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Creating with Cannabis
March 14 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
This event is online only, you'll receive a link by email.
Siren Nation, amplifying the voices of women in the arts for the last 15 years, is proud to present Siren Nation Speaks—a new monthly online series of workshops, talks, and performances.
This March, explore the possibilities of cannabis as a creativity aid and stretch your creative muscles with musician, activist, and Tokeativity founder Samantha Montanaro!
Inspiration comes from many places, and every artist can relate to the struggle to stimulate bursts of that sometimes elusive creative energy. It can be hard to get inspired on demand! Many artists have found their creativity companion in cannabis and psychedelics. With legalization and wider acceptance of cannabis and other plant medicines, people are starting to share information about using these ancient living tools to expand our own consciousness and creativity without fear.
Samantha will share some tips and tricks about using cannabis and psychedelics to stimulate creativity, as well as sharing some of her art and performing her music. Attendees can exercise their own creativity while taking part.
About Samantha Montanaro
Samantha is an entrepreneur, activist, musician, mother, and thought leader in the global cannabis industry, guiding and bringing the community together in this revolutionary emerging space. Samantha is the co-founder and CEO of Tokeativity, a women’s empowerment and event network featuring a robust tech platform that brings communities around the world together on feminism, normalization of plant medicine, and the self-healing revolution.
Samantha is also a soulful songwriter who fronts her Portland-based psychedelic folk-pop band, Mama Sam and the Jam. Her passion for plant medicine, music, art, urban farming, the psychedelic renaissance, and progressive community culture are woven into everything she does. Samantha and her work have been featured in numerous media outlets including Forbes, Rolling Stone, Cosmopolitan, Newsweek, and Conde Nast, and she is known for her progressive stance on drug law reform, education, and urban development. Find out more at tokeativity.com.
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