SHE HEALS SERIES: UPDATE!

Hello to all members of our digital family!!

ImageExciting news! The Eternal Queens crew just returned back to the bay from an awesome trip to Southern California, where we were ON A STUNNING SET, filming an all original intro to our latest artist interview for the SHE HEALS SERIES.

Image

For those who don’t know, the SHE HEALS SERIES is an ongoing project produced by Eternal Queens that spotlights local Bay Area Women who are using ART as a tool to heal themselves, others, and the earth. We are paying respect to the groundbreaking work that is being done in the Bay Area to uplift and inspire a more healthy, happy, and whole future.

Our latest interview will spotlight Oakland based artist Laila Espinoza. Gifted in the arts of storytelling, painting, and community based work, Laila is a modern day sage, bridging the spheres of arts, transformation and healing. Her art is deeply soulful, and touches on the collective experiences, challenges, and evolutionary processes of both the eternal and modern day woman.

Image

Eternal Queens is happy to have had the pleasure of sitting down with her to hear about her story and latest inspirational projects. Please, STAY TUNED for her upcoming amazing interview with her which will also feature an all original cinematic introduction brought to you fresh from the EQ crew.

Image
Learn more about Laila Espinoza and her transformational artwork at her website: http://lailaespinoza.org/

1 Love!
Eternal Queens

Advertisements

She Heals: A Dancer’s Story

How are women connecting their art to health? Eternal Queens explores through She Heals, a series focused on female artists discussing health, social issues and healing through art.

Kaley Isabella is an Oakland based dancer studying the Silvestre Technique. She uses dance to stay healthy mind, body and soul.

youtube.com/watch?v=oiXfq2pbLB4

Find Kaley Isabella at http://www.facebook.com/kaleyisabelladance

 

Eternal Queens’ “She Heals” series goes into production.

Image

She Heals: Kaley Scofield

Sunday was a phenomenally empowering day for Eternal Queens producers Sam and Claire. We met up with dancer and long time friend, Kaley Scofield, at Oakland’s Tropicana Ballroom for the first in a series of interviews we are going to be releasing called She Heals. Seeing Kaley dance is always memorizing. Meeting her at first, you see a gentle, calm, and soft woman with piercing eyes and smile. Then when she dances, the power she exudes is unbridled and fiery,  and you can feel her strength flowing to the top of the ceiling and into every corner of the room.

312338_10151430416706189_1227199739_n

Kaley’s parents were dancers in New York. They became teachers after she was born and took her from class to class, instilling dance in her as an art form. She states: “It was a kind of language that I learned from my parents and ran with it.. if there wasn’t anything else, there was always dance.”

Hear Kaley’s story in She Heals: A Dancer’s Story. Coming soon.

Much love,

Eternal Queens.