MUSE Women’s Conference launches with registration party

  • MUSE Conference
  • From our friends at The World Muse!
  • The World Muse is hosting a launch party and registration celebration open to the public on Friday, January 17th, at Studio 3 in Bend, Oregon. Participants will learn firsthand about plans for the 2nd annual MUSE Women’s Conference slated for March 7 – 9th in Downtown Bend.

“We welcome everyone to join us for an informative and inspirational evening,” said Amanda Stuermer, event founder, “this is a wonderful opportunity for our whole community to come together to celebrate and support women and girls while learning more about our upcoming conference.”

The party will begin at 5p.m. and conclude at 7:30p.m. A short program, focused on the 2014 Muse Conference highlights is planned and light refreshments will be provided at Studio 3, located at 50 SE Scott St. Suite 1, in the Old Ironworks Art District.

The World Muse, a non-profit based in Bend, Oregon, is hosting this free event as part of its mission to inspire women and girls worldwide to be catalysts for change.

The 2014 Muse Women’s Conference will include a first Friday community art exhibit, a full day of panel discussions, live performances, and speakers at The Tower Theatre in downtown Bend; a reception and private dinner; and various breakout workshops facilitated by conference speakers as well as local leaders, activists, and artists.

More about WORLD MUSE: Offering year-round programs and events that inspire women and girls, the World Muse connects, cultivates and activates advocates for positive social change, personally, locally and throughout the world.

 conference designed to inspire, support, and celebrate women creating positive change in their own lives, their communities, and in the world. Muse Conference features art exhibits, 
live performances, panel discussions, keynote speakers, and breakout workshops.

MUSE CAMP: A three-day women’s retreat that offers women and girls the opportunity to work directly with local and global leaders, teachers, activists and artists to both inspire and ignite action.

MUSE MAKERS: A program that invests in women and girls, facilitating the development of inspiration into action. We offer small seed grants and mentoring opportunities to those who are ready to create their own social change projects.

TEEN MUSE: In-school, after-school, and summer camp programs combining yoga, creative arts, group dialogue, and service projects to promote self-awareness, self-expression, and self-esteem. We also offer a facilitator training program providing educational and leadership tools to youth advocates.