Invisible Ink Series: It's the Nudes for Me! with Taylor V. Smith

$20.00
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Live Virtual Workshop

 

**THIS IS A LIVE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP.  YOU WILL RECEIVE LOGIN DETAILS VIA EMAIL IN ADVANCE OF THE WORKSHOP START TIME.**

 

Date - Friday November 12, 2021

Time - 7:00pm

 

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

In the song "Body" by Syd, they swoon to us, saying, "The bed is your stage, take it away, put on a show, put on a play..." How often have you wanted to make your bed, chair, countertop, or just standing in front of the mirror your stage to express your sensual and sexual self? Taking nudes can be a form of sexual liberation and a way to reimagine your relationship to being in the center of your sexual stage performance.

The goals of the Invisible Ink, “It’s the Nudes for Me!” Workshop hosted by Taylor V. Smith of Finding Freedom with Taylor is to provide attendees an affirming space to be in community with other Black Women and Femmes while we:
1. Introduce ways to decolonize our views on sensual and sexual expression
2. Explore your relationship to your body and the camera
3. Learn best practices for taking nudes
*this session centers Black queer, non-binary, trans women, and gender non-conforming folks.  

 

PRESENTER BIO

Taylor V. Smith, M.A. (she/they) is a queer Black Woman, a native of St. Louis, MO, and currently residing in the DMV. In true Gemini and manifesting generator fashion, she's all things! They are a DEI higher education professional, sex & pleasure educator, and multifaceted creative. They are passionate about creating spaces for Black Womxn and Black Femmes filled with love and community rooted in liberation, pleasure, joy, and healing. As the founder of Love & Light and Finding Freedom with Taylor, her signature work centers on capturing your sensual and sexual self through the act of nudes taking and using moments from our daily lives to turn into creative expression as a form of sexual liberation. Additionally, Taylor has a passion for equity and decolonization work spanning her professional career. Their research focuses on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, other-mothering, Black Womxn and sexuality, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

 

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For any questions or to schedule an ASL interpreter call the store at 410-467-2632. 

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