What are the stories that we tell ourselves about ourselves as women? What are the stories that have been told about women for generations? How might we, amidst a global rising of Feminine Power, connect more deeply to our own feminine voices and support the voices of the women whom we love? As we come to understand our stories, along with the motivations behind them, we will positively change how our future unfolds.
This inspiring and practical talk—for women and men—shows us how to collectively uncover and understand our own stories about Feminine Power in order to live more confident, unapologetic lives. Artist, author, and designer Elle Luna will be delivering a highly visual talk that weaves history, dreams, and psychologically astute exercises from Your Story is Your Power: Free Your Feminine Voice, co-authored with Susie Herrick.
About Elle Luna
Elle Luna is a designer, painter, and writer, and the author of The Crossroads of Should and Must. She facilitates the global art movement #The100DayProject, and has previously worked as a designer at IDEO and with teams on apps and websites, including Medium, Mailbox, and Uber. Ms. Luna speaks to groups around the world and lives in San Francisco and online at elleluna.com and on Instagram at @elleluna.
Tickets are $20. Each registrant will receive a copy of Your Story Is Your Power: Free Your Feminine Voice.
This lecture will take place at the Hill Auditorium, located directly across the street from MODA on the Woodruff Arts Center campus.