The Holyfield presents Monsters, a Multi Media Exploration of the transformation and manifestation of monsters in our lives, from those hiding under our beds to adult fears and traumas. Through the practices of meditation, community conversation and art we will learn how to turn our monsters into Masterpieces.
Gallery Curated by Art Unites
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In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness month, YBH is hosting an open mic/poetry reading night.
We invite people of all genders, ages and cultural backgrounds who have been affected by sexual assault to share their story, seek healing and solace, and to be empowered by telling your truths.
We can accommodate up to 15 performances throughout the evening. If you would like to perform, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to remind all attendees and performers that this is a safe environment. Be aware that bullying, disruptive and/or disrespectful behavior will not be tolerated. This event is solely for people who would like to express themselves in an open and supportive forum.
Header photo by Sydney Prather.
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness month, join YBH for the the film screening of “The Mask You Live In” directed and produced by The Representation Project.
The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity.
Screening to begin at 7pm | Beverages and snacks will be provided
Tickets are $15 online and $20 at the door.
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In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness month, Amel Janae and Nic Roc of The Roc Shop, explore the process of healing through self-reflection with the use of fine art and poetry.
In addition to the art opening, there will be interactive displays and crafts. Bring a blank T-Shirt for some free iron-ons.
How to Get Free Press for Your (Client's) Company
Calling all writers, editors, content marketers, content strategists, and thought leaders!
Imagine your name -- or your client's -- as a byline to a media article that raises awareness, demonstrates something new, and drives demand for your industry. How do you make that happen?
Content marketing is about push and pull. You push valuable content out on your branded website (e.g., through your blog) and you work to pull in traffic from other sites by encouraging industry magazines to publish your company's thought leadership. The latter is, of course, more difficult.
In this hour, we'll talk to Hilary Achauer, who has successfully pitched to Men’s Health, Greatist, SheKnows, and San Diego Magazine, and has bylined more than 100 articles about the topic of fitness. Hilary has been instrumental in making the brand CrossFit a thought leader in fitness, and once hiked a 14,000-foot peak to help a wellness brand tell its story.
In this workshop we’ll cover:
-the difference between a subject and an angle (and why this matters)
-crafting an effective pitch
-how to find the best publication/website for your story (and brand)
-contacting and working with editors
-decoding journalism jargon
Get ready to learn something new!
--The Nitty Gritty--
Sign in at 6pm. Session starts promptly at 6:15pm. We will have a brief Q&A at the end.
$15 helps cover the cost of the venue and Meetup fees. $20 at the door. Space is limited.
In honor of this street-art themed show, we will be hosting a panel discussion featuring local artists specializing in large-scale works of public art.
The artists, along with moderator Jason Gould of Visual Shop, will weigh in on the impact that public art has played in breathing new life into local communities, efforts to elevate the perception of "street art" based on the taboo often associated with graffiti, challenges with funding and permitting, and thoughts on mural-painting as a professional career.
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San Diego community that promotes positive male community, BroActive, is having a cokctail mixology class. Reach out to the bros in your life and get them out here. Snake OIl Cocktail company will be teaching the class. A great way to network and get out of your daily routine.
March 21, 2019 | 7 - 9pm
As our Art of Belonging exhibition comes to a close, we're welcoming members of our creative community to engage in a discussion about the ins and outs of being an artist in San Diego.
The panel of artists and gallery curators will be moderated by Lauren Siry, fine artist and owner of 1805 Gallery.
More details coming soon!
Photo Workshop: "What on Earth is an F-stop, anyway?"
Attention, aspiring shutterbugs and content creators! YBH co-founder and resident photo wizard Stacy Keck wants to share her secrets with you! Sure, we all love snapping pics with our phones, but what about that DSLR or mirrorless camera you got for Christmas? So many settings, so little time.
Skip the YouTube tutorials and join Stacy for an in-depth workshop focusing on shooting in manual, what lenses to buy, editing in Lightroom, photo storage, lighting, and hands-on practice shooting in the YBH studio. Bring your camera and sense of wonder!
February 10, 2019 @ YBH
Early-bird pricing: $50 (goes up to $75 on February 1!)
Includes lunch + printed photo tips + styled vignettes
Join us for a discussion led by community leader XYZ, for a night of open discussion about how we can affect our community for the greater good. Refreshments and snacks will be provided. Seating is limited.