Sat, Mar 23 | Bithouse Saloon

Ghostland: Feminism

Something wicked this way comes. Light in the dark, fire of our lives, let us celebrate divine energy. There will be NO CENSORSHIP & NO BOUNDARIES, just raw, biting truth.
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Ghostland: Feminism

Time & Location

Mar 23, 2019, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Bithouse Saloon, 727 SE Grand Ave, Portland, OR 97214

About The Event

Ghostland Haunts is a performance based literary series and living dreamworld with intentional sensory elements, created for artists, by artists. Space is limited so please get your tickets before they sell out.


Float On - 90 minute float (2)

Bitch Media - 1 Year Subscription

Ophelia Darkly - Art Print

Luna Pads- Gift Package

Ghost of Earth - Framed Artwork

Black Moth Printing - Art Print

BLICK Art Materials - Gift Package

Devils Dill - $25 Gift Card

Telltale - 2 Tickets to "I Confess" Storytelling Event (April 18th)

The venue requires the purchaser to be at least 21 years of age.

Themed costumes are strongly encouraged but not required.

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Amy Leona Havin is a woman made of desert dust. She is an Israeli writer, choreographer, and film director based in Portland, Oregon and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cornish College of the Arts

in Seattle, Washington. Havin is the Artistic Director of local dance performance company, The Holding Project, which she founded in 2015. Her literary work, which draws from her road travels across the American West, has been referred to as “truthful, ethereal, and subtly violent.”

Hannah Kim is an intersectional feminist, writer, storyteller, improviser and witch. She is currently interested in: exploring how capitalism intersects with race and gender, reclaiming access to the divine feminine as a part of the feminist movement and increasing representation and visibility in media and arts spaces. She's also interested in yoga, tarot and comedy as a tool of resistance.

Jen Scholten is a poet, imagist, multimedia artist and the sole creator of Ghost of Earth, an evolving two-way mirror and working catalyst of darkness and light. Ghost of Earth’s work is consistently connected to nature, the human experience and unexplored territories within the physical and psychic worlds. Jen previously spent years attending, absorbing, photographing and reviewing performance art for various theaters, festivals and artists throughout Portland with Thru Media. Currently, she is spending her time editing her first book of poetry, designing endless illustration & photography works and in working with fellow artists to develop meaningful projects and communities together.

Ophelia Darkly is a shapeshifter, word conjurer, and dream weaver, originating from a strange place known as Chicago. At the age of six, she began writing weird tales in the dusty corners of a peach coloured room and hasn’t stopped since. She graduated from The University of Iowa where she earned degrees in Theatre & Creative Writing. Her work often takes the form of fractured fairytales, exploring mirrors of duality, the supernatural, whimsical wonderlands, and beyond. She wishes to create a space where artists can inspire one another and see their dreams manifest in the physical realm.

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