The Mother Way: Film Premiere of “The Motherground”

Rural ReciProsperity, in conjunction with the Southern Oregon Guild, presents a Mother’s Day experience uniquely rooted in Southern Oregon’s astonishing beauty. “The Mother Way” on Sunday May 12, offers residents an opportunity to experience the heart warming and hope-filled dance film short “The Motherground”, shot here in Southern Oregon, taste fine wines grown locally in Josephine County, sample delectable chocolates and fine charcuterie from local farms, and connect with community around protecting the great Mother of us all. “The Motherground” is a dance short film shot locally with filmmaker Trina Morago and Choreographer Gina Angelique, the two collaborating artists behind “The Portal Project” and “The Last Feather.” It features dancer Isadora Millay and local, homesteading moms who together create “The Motherline.” The film uses current climate precarity as a genesis for hope and opportunity in community connection and planet protection, calling upon mothers to join forces in defense of our remaining eco systems.

2pm- First Film Screening – $20 ticket includes charcuterie by Sugar Pine Dine, coffee, donuts, and silent art auction.

3:30- Second Film Screening – $40 ticket includes charcuterie by Sugar Pine Dine, fine chocolates, local wine tasting, and silent art auction.

Event Tickets are available online for purchase HERE and paper tickets are available at: The Guild Gallery and Art Center, where the screenings will take place, located at 24353 Redwood Highway Kerby, OR 97531, open Tuesday-Saturday 11am-5pm. For further information contact Gina Angelique at [email protected], or call 541-415-8117.


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