Join us on Saturday, 6th of July from 2pm - 5pm.
Free event. Hosted by Sunburnt Mess with Sea Together Magazine.
For Members of Bondi Girls Surf Riders & Public.
Drinks & Snacks
We are celebrating the launch of ISSUE 002 of Sea Together, a global women's creative surf publication rewriting and uniting women's surfing. :) Bring your stoke and a parent or guardian if you are under the drinking age.
Workshops, Retreats, Events, and more with Sea Together Magazine, a global surf magazine and community uniting women surfers.
Join us on Saturday, 6th of July from 2pm - 5pm.
Join us on July 7th from 4-7pm at The U&I Studio, 1C Baines Crescent, Torquay 3228, VIC Australia as a part of the Sea Together ISSUE 002 Release Tour.
DJ & Discussion Panel with Brianna of Sea Together Magazine, U&I Label Girls, and Angela King
Food and drinks available by The Monkeys Uncle
Join us Tuesday July 9th at 6PM for a night of celebrating women's surfing through the launch of Sea Together ISSUE 002, along with a women's surf exhibition, raffle with prizes; thanks to Indigo and Salt for hosting this event at... The Front Room, Two Sisters Garage, Bulli, Australia.
Surf film and photography gallery, raffle with prizes.
Info TBA, but expect a weekend full of creative and surf goodness, highlighting art, music, and women’s surf culture of NZ.
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Join AllSwell and la Bamba for a CREATIVE Journaling workshop! Grab a ticket here and you’ll get a copy of Sea Together Mag included.
Laura Rubin, founder of AllSwell, will be in town from the west coast to help us develop (or deepen) a regular journaling practice. Taking cues from the sea we’ll use ocean-themed literature as our jumping off point for putting pen to paper. So put down that phone and pick up a pen. Drink a little wine. Come hang out and write with us. It’s good for you, we promise.
La Bamba x AllSwell x Sea Together Mag
Thursday, March 21st
6:30 - 8:30PM
Loosie Rouge's CAFE
(Private, just for us. shhh)
$75 price includes an AllSwell notebook, writing tools, wine / beer / snacks and a copy of the latest Sea Together Magazine. Not a writer? No worries. You don’t need to have any background in writing whatsoever to enjoy this experience. There’s no wrong way to do this.
Born from a morning surf check with uninspiring results, founder Laura Rubin decided to sit on the beach and write in a notebook instead: “Swell or no swell, all’s well.” And a brand was born. Half lined (“Write”) and half unlined (“Draw”), each is made domestically of recycled elements, light enough to toss in a tote, perfect for travel. Creativity unplugged.
About Sea Together Magazine:
Sea Together is a biannual, creative (not-for-profit) print publication featuring the stories, opinions, and creativity of women surfers around the world. Their mission is to empower women surfers worldwide to live as their authentic self and to rise above societal or personal challenges. We celebrate our love for surfing through creative expression, connecting through community, and sharing our individual voices. Sea Together believes there is a space for every woman surfer to express themselves and share their voice. We believe there is a space for everyone to be represented in surfing. There is a space for you.
Doors open at 6:30PM. Sponsored by Brew Dr. Kombucha.
Come support woman surfer filmmaker, Elizabeth, and her independent films about women! Get your ticket early! Sea Together Magazine will be facilitating a panel after the film screening, and there will also be a local film trailer shown for the first time - “She Dreams of Cold Seas” - a film about women surfers in the PNW!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Elizabeth Pepin Silva, firstname.lastname@example.org; 805-272-8453
Sea Together Magazine, Brianna Ortega: email@example.com
Sea Together Magazine & Leeward Surf Present A Women Surf
Night Features Award-Winning Documentaries and Panel
Discussion on Women and Surfing
Portland’s Sea Together women’s surf magazine and local surf shop Leeward Surf are proud to present the Pacific Northwest premiere of “La Maestra” and Introducing the "Super Stoked Surf Mamas of Pleasure Point" along with a sneak preview of “She Dreams of Cold Seas (w.t.),” a new Pacific Northwest women’s surf film to be released in the upcomng year. Part of the ticket sales benefits Sea Together, a Portland-based women’s surf magazine.
The evening opens with of a clip of “She Dreams of Cold Seas (w.t.),” followed by "La Maestra" an award-winning documentary about the day in the life of a young Mexican woman teacher who becomes one of the first woman in her village to surf. Mayra
Aguilar, the star of the film, is also one of the five women profiled in “Introducing the Super Stoked Surf Mamas of Pleasure Point,” a short documentary film about friendship, community, pregnancy and surfing, featuring five Santa Cruz, CA surf moms who support each other to continue surfing during pregnancy and after the birth of their children. The inspiring and delightful film recently had its world premiere at Europe’s largest surf film festival located in Anglet, France, where the film won the Audience Choice Award – an honor rarely given to a non-French film.
Following the films will be a panel discussion on women’s surfing moderated by Sea Together Magazine founder Brianna Ortega and featuring filmmaker Elizabeth Pepin Silva and several Northwest-based women surfers.
Advance Ticket Purchase: https://womensurf.brownpapertickets.com
INTRODUCING THE SUPER STOKED SURF MAMAS OF PLEASURE POINT
Produced & Directed by Elizabeth Pepin Silva & Paul Ferraris Introducing the Super Stoked Surf Mamas (ITSSSMPP) is a story about friendship, pregnancy and surfing. Mayra Aguilar, Jenny Bennett, Grace Gooch, Ashley Lloyd and Katie Loggins are a group of surfers who live near Pleasure Point, a world-class surf spot in Santa Cruz, California. Through surfing and a love for the ocean, the five women become friends. When they all become pregnant around the same time, it is natural that
the women turn to each other for support and encouragement. Ignoring people who tell them to stop surfing while pregnant, the women decide instead to listen to their own bodies and continue doing what they love -- just with some extra precautions and modifications. The women in the film discuss the challenges they face as their bellies grow bigger and their wetsuits no longer fit, but also the joy of being in the water with
their unborn child inside them experiencing the ocean together as one. Once their babies are born, the women face new challenges in dealing with their changed bodies and the responsibilities of caring for a needy little one. Finances won’t
allow any of the women to pay for child care, so instead they once again turn to each other, creating a surf mama group. The film demonstrates the power of coming together as a community and the support and friendship women can give to each other to accomplish their goals – to be mothers, or anything else in their lives. Mayra Aguilar was the subject of Elizabeth Pepin Silva and Paul Ferraris’s 2015 award-winning film “La Maestra,”
LA MAESTRA (THE TEACHER) www.otwfront.com
Produced & Directed By Paul Ferraris & Elizabeth Pepin Silva
"La Maestra" profiles Mayra Agulair, a teacher in a tiny rural fishing village in Baja, Mexico, who becomes one of the first Mexican woman surfers in her area, and in her own small way, changes her community for the better. Told in Spanish using mainly Mayra's voice, the award-winning documentary depicts the beauty and slow pace of life in the village, while highlighting the amazing surfing waves in her town -- a gift of nature
that has brought thousands of gringo surfers to the area over the years, forever changing Mayra's hometown in both positive and negative ways.
SEA TOGETHER MAGAZINE seatogether.com
Sea Together's mission is to empower women surfers worldwide to live as their authentic self and to rise above societal or personal challenges. We celebrate our love for surfing through creative expression, connecting through community, and sharing our individual voices. Sea Together believes there is a space for every woman surfer to express themselves and share their story.
LEEWARD SURF https://leewardsurf.com
Located on the leeside of the Oregon Coast Range, Leeward is built on a deep rooted desire to connect our community with the ocean and the outdoors. We support surfers, shapers, artists and designers that perpetuate exploration and inspire the creative process.
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“Hey seasters, please join us for our December monthly meeting!
Brianna from Sea Together Magazine and Dr. Cassie Comley will be co-hosting a talk/conversation on race and gender in surf culture.
Please, come hang out, meet new friends and catch up with old, and let's talk all things SDSL! The club will provide pizza, soft drinks and salad. If you want anything else to drink, please bring it in a sippy cup :). We are not allowed to serve alcohol at this location.”
DATE: December 6th (THURSDAY)
TIME: 630pm start - but you must arrive between 6 and 630 to gain access.
LOCATION: Downtown SD. Contact Brianna firstname.lastname@example.org for location details.
Leeward’s Tropical Holiday Party: NOVEMBER 29 at Leeward Surf in Portland, Oregon
Tropical Themed Party benefiiting Changing Tides Foundation. Come in your Hawaiian t-shirt and join us for an environmentally conscious party celebrating our surf community and Changing Tides Foundation! Bring your own cup so we can cut down on plastic (if you donate $10 to CTF- you get a CTF stainless steel cup to take home with you)! There will be a raffle, music, and more!
THE FILM: NOVEMBER 30 Showing at Clinton Street Theater in Portland, Oregon from 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Taken from Changing Tide’s Foundation: “The Women's Adventure Film Tour- US benefiting Changing Tides Foundation has arrived in the USA for the first time ever! Enjoy an evening of female-focused adventure films and bring your friends, family, business associates, or come alone and meet new friends! The films aim to celebrate the fantastic women around us who are doing extraordinary things and are to be enjoyed by women and men alike. Run-time is about 90 minutes plus a 30-minute intermission. We are also super excited to be sharing our new film 'Sameseas' by Leah Dawson on the west coast for the first time ever! 'Sameseas' is the story of Changing Tides Foundation’s visit to meet the young ladies of the Mariposa Foundation, to share waves, stories and their love for the ocean. It's a story about girls empowering one another to be the change they wish to see in the world. 'Sameseas' will be showing at a few select tour stops including the ones below.”
We are excited to announce a San Diego launch party for Issue 001 of Sea Together on Thursday, September 6th, from 6:00-9:00PM. Details coming soon/sign up on our newsletter on our homepage for updates!
Sea Together Surf Magazine Launch Party is on Thursday August 9th, from 6-9PM at Leeward Surf 2504 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97232