Saturday, February 10 • 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Baubo: Decolonize Your Medicine

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Baubo is a collective of three womyn dedicated to curating experiences that unite music, medicine, and education. This workshop/ performance will shed light on the ability of song, movement and earth stewardship to heal relationships with internal and external ecosystems. They scheme, dream and sing decolonized medicine. Expect heart, soul and hands on participation.


Olivia Blu

Singer Songwriter
Olivia Blu is a singer-songwriter, agroecologist, seed saver and student of herbalism born and raised in Denver. Her songs weave scientific information and messages of social justice into poetry with the intention of provoking urgency and curiosity around issues such as climate change... Read More →

Eutimia Cruz

Eutimia Cruz Montoya is a contemporary medicine woman born and raised in Denver within indigenous american ceremony and ritual ways. She is a Stanford-trained anthropologist, licensed acupuncturist and herbalist. Eutimia is also a talented and soulful performer. She considers the... Read More →

Pardees Goshtasb

Pardees Goshtasb is a first-generation Iranian-American creative who grew up in Buffalo, NY and carries with her the world-embracing ideals of the Baha’i Faith. She has been drawn to the mystical realm of arts and music her entire life. Pardees has always had close ties to the community... Read More →

Saturday February 10, 2018 4:30pm - 5:45pm MST