Join an AGE Affinity Group. AGE offers unique group experiences that provide rich opportunities to engage in the arts and social justice.
This gathering is for people who identify as women and nonbinary people in the second half of life. We will talk about life and death as natural and empowering. We will dig into our true selves and possibly gain more clarity about what is important and precious.
Life and death are one. How we view death impacts how we live life. Death is not often spoken about because we fear it. When we fear death, we do not live fully. Confronting that which we fear, embracing the feelings fully, can be empowering. Join us for rich conversation and discovery.
Saturday, June 29, 2019 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
This is an affinity space for people who identify as womxn in the second half of their life. Are you interested in exploring what it means to advance in age, wisdom, and experience while opportunities for recognition become fewer? Join us for meaningful conversations and programs. Together we can support, validate, empower, and encourage new discoveries. Please sign up on this page if you are interested in participating and/or hosting an Advanced Conversation.
New House Group:
AGE welcomes those who identify in the first half of life to join the AGE New House Group. We engage a younger audience in discussions about equity, diversity, and inclusion in theatre. The New House Group makes theatre accessible, welcoming, and creates a space where art and social justice are the spotlight of our conversations.
Come join us. Your voice is important. Be the New House of Portland theatre!
Women of Color in PDX Theatre Collective:
A new collective centered on using theatre to empower the voices of women of color in Portland, Oregon. The collective will pair early career artists with veterans in the field for mentorship opportunities, connect its members through online spaces and monthly meet-ups, and create a staged reading for an inter-generational audience in April, 2019. All women of color working or volunteering in PDX theatre are welcome to join! The collective is facilitated by a queer woman of color and prioritizes the experiences of: black women, indigenous women, queer women, trans women, undocumented women, and women with disabilities.