Water is the Medicine – A healing ritual for the queer community
In the wake of the shootings at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, the need for queer community and solidarity is greater than ever. This ritual is an opportunity for the LGBTQI community to gather and share our grief and pain, to process the gamut of emotions we each hold in response to the tragedy and offer healing and solace for one another. It also offers a safe space for deep witnessing and presence for participants. Facilitated by Reilly Phanes.
This event is free but please register your attendance via the Tickets Available (peatix.com) link above.
About Reilly Phanes
Reilly Phanes is a radical queer pagan artist whose research and practice consist of three major strands; 1) ritual and sacred performance, 2) mythology; personal and collective narratives, and 3) queer consciousness expressed in identity, politics and community. His work seeks a rejuvenation and re-enchanting of the queer experience through the mythopoeic function of collective rituals and creative mythic living.
[Part of Survey: Space, Sharing, Haunting, curated by Post-Museum]