Sat, 16 Mar|
Colors of Unity: A Pride Art Affair
Get ready for a rad time starting March 16th at our free Pride Month and Endometriosis Awareness Month bash! It is hosted by the awesome crew at Endo Warriors Aotearoa, But you don't need to be battling endo or chronic pain to join the party. Everyone's invited!
Time & Location
16 Mar 2024, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Wellington, Colombo Street &, Rintoul Street, Newtown, Wellington 6021, New Zealand
About the event
Get ready for an awesome time starting March 16th, as we kick off a series of community art meet-ups every two months, beginning with the Wellington Pride Festival celebration. Join us for the Endometriosis Awareness Month bash hosted by the incredible crew at Endo Warriors Aotearoa.
This event is all about breaking free from the grips of endometriosis (endo) and chronic pain and connecting with fellow warriors.
But you don't have to battle endo or chronic pain to join the fun. Everyone is welcome at this shindig, making it a genuine community hangout. Named "Colors of Unity: A Pride Art Affair," this Wellington event is your chance to unleash your artistic side, whether you're a seasoned creator or just starting out. We've got you covered with all the art supplies you'll need – pens, paints, paper, air-drying clay, bead bracelet-making gear, and more. And, of course, we'll keep you fueled with some light refreshments.
We're not just about art but about creating a welcoming space for everyone. "Colors of Unity" is an LGBTQIA2+ friendly zone, and we're here to ensure everyone feels at home.
Our hosts, Hev (They/Them) and Cleaver/Sakura/Charlie/Mimic (DID system) with pronouns Voi/Void, Fae/Faer, and Mer/Mers, are thrilled to welcome you and keep the good vibes flowing. So mark your calendar and drop by – let's create some art, make some friends, and celebrate Wellington Pride Festival/Endometriosis Awareness Month in style! No bookings are needed; just come on in and join the party!
While mask-wearing is optional at this event, let's remember that some attendees may be immune-compromised and rely on the collective effort to create a safe environment. Wearing a mask demonstrates empathy and consideration for those who may be more vulnerable, fostering inclusivity and respect within our community. Let's keep the spirit of care alive and make everyone feel welcome by being mindful of our choices.