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Friday, March 4th
Exhibit Opening + Artist Talk at Scalehouse Gallery: 5:30-6:30pm

Saturday, March 5th
Main Program at The Tower Theater: 1:00-4:00pm

Film Premier at The Tower Theater: 6:00-8:00pm

Sunday, March 6th:
“7 Gen Prayer Flow” Workshop with Acosia Red Elk at COCC: 10:00-11:00am


Your Own Time & Space
Mindfulness Practices: 2 Recorded Practices
Community Conversations: 3-Part Series

Saturday, March 5th
Livestream of Main Program + Film Premier: 1:00-8:00pm

Sunday, March 6th
Zoom “Art as Activism” Workshop with Maimouna Youssef: 1:00-2:15pm


MUSE Unconference 2022

MUSE Unconference 2022 has come and gone but you can still experience the inspiration of our main program with the link below.

Main Program at Tower Theater Main Program at Tower Theater

MUSE FILM: Reflection of Self

The premier of our latest film project with Unlocked Films will feature the voices and experiences of LGBTQIA+ community members locally and beyond.
Public screenings are on hold as we are currently submitting to various film festivals. Stay tuned for more opportunities to view.
Watch Trailer Watch Trailer

MUSE Artist Talk: April Bey

April Bey is one of the featured artists in our current art exhibition, Intersections: Where Art & Activism Meet, hosted in collaboration with Scalehouse Arts.

Artist Talk Artist Talk

MUSE Conversation Series

As part of our UnConference programming, we filmed a 3-part conversation series exploring the notion of community.


MUSE Community Conversations Part 1: What is Community?

MUSE Community Conversations Part 2: Conflict in Community

MUSE Community Conversations Part 3: What is Possible?

MUSE Mindfulness Practices

As part of our UnConference programming, we shared two mindfulness practices led by Halie Devlin.

Practice One

Practice Two


Judith Sadora

She/Her, Integrative & Liberation-Focused Practitioner

Mona Sinha

She/Her, Activist, Producer, Educator

Alex Simpson (aka: Deb Auchery)

She/Her, They/Them, Activist, Performance Artist

Sadie Barnette

She/Her, Artist, Activist

Mumu Fresh (aka: Maimouna Youssef)

She/Her, GRAMMY-Nominated, Musical Ambassador for the US

Acosia Red Elk

She/Her, Champion Jingle Dress Dancer, Teacher, Activist

Marcus Legrand

He/Him, Activist, Board Member, Consultant, Success Coach

Janet Llerandi Gonzalez

Ella/She/They, 2 Spirited queer activist, elected official, disruptor & organizer

Malik Friedman

He/Him, Musican, Activist, Student

Carly Garzón Vargas

She/Her, Artist, Educator, Community Connector
Rita Schenkelberg

Rita Schenkelberg

They/Them, LPC, City Councilor, Community Builder

Dr. Angela Davis

She/Her, Activist, Philosopher, Scholar, Author

Kerri Kelly

She/Her,TED Speaker, CTZN Podcast Host, Wellness Disruptor, Social Impact Designer

David Merritt

Writer, Audio Engineer, Recording Studio Owner And Operator

Jaylyn Suppah

She/Her, Founder, Community Activist

Halie Devlin

She/Her, Recovery Coach, Teacher

Shanan Kelley

She/Her, Entertainer, Writer, Comedian

Spring Alaska Schreiner (Upingaksraq)

She/Her, Owner/Principal Ecologist, Indigenous Agriculturalist

Anis Mojgani

He/Him, Oregon Poet Laureate, Author, Artist

Jon Riggs

He/Him, Executive Direct, Founder, Citizen of the Yurok Nation

Matti Joy

She/Her, Eco-Socialist Musician

April Bey

She/Her, Artist, Activist

Campbell Dixon

She/Her, Student, Activist, Community Builder

Pixie Lighthorse

She/Her, Healer, Activist, Writer

Ruby Sales

She/Her, Human-rights Activist, Public Theologian, Social Critic,

John Kish

He/Him, Horticulturist, Drag Queen, Actor/Director, Business Owner

Erica Reilly

She/Her, In Service to Relationships + Culture + Community

Donna Burklo

She/Her/Hers, Community free meal program director

Special Thanks to Bend Cultural Tourism Fund