We have collaborated with Mary Trunk the director of the documentary “Lost In Living” comedians/singers Shannon Noel & Stacie Burrows of Mommy Tonk and author Amanda Hirsch to share with you our films, show, cute merchandise and books this Mother’s Day Weekend.
Expressing Motherhood is excited to present to you our latest Los Angeles show, streaming for you free all Mother’s Day Weekend.
Here is is!
You really should also watch “Lost In Living.” We had an ExMo MeetUp where we watched the film and discussed it afterwards. It’s thought provoking. The film will screen for free here at 4PM starting today, Friday.
You can go to MommyTonk and then head on over to FB to enter in their giveaways, including 2 tickets to their LA show next week.
And last of all Mommy Tonk will give away two tickets to their upcoming show in Hollywood on May 15th and also give away to two national winners some of their brand spacing new Mommy Tonk gear! Which includes t-shirts, a swear jar, a mason jar and a tote.
Head to their site for details.
We are all women who enjoy being both creative and being mothers and don’t think it has to stop just because we became mothers. Or else we’d go crazy. Some of us literally perhaps.
I’m excited to share our latest show with you online. For those of you from far away you’ll be able to see a whole show.
Plan a get together with your friends, watch it and talk about what’s going on in your own lives that relate.
Our hashtag is #exmoshow.
Looking forward to sharing part of Mother’s Day Weekend with you.
Our live streaming will start Friday May 9th at 4PM PST. So you East Coasters can start watching it at 7PM your time.
After you come see our show, get yourself a ticket to an intimate, fun evening of food, drink, conversation, a screening and a chance to talk to the director. We have sponsorship from Pretzel Crisps that night already, yummy.
Everyone will be going home with some product from Smora Skin Care, handcrafted skin care from two sisters from Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Mary Trunk directed the documentary “Lost In Living” and I’ve been wanting to see it.
So, I’m hosting a screening.
Behind the domestic curtain of motherhood, where the creative impulse can flourish or languish, are four women determined to make a go of it. Filmed over seven years, Lost In Living, confronts the contradictions inherent in personal ambition and self-sacrifice, female friendship and mental isolation, big projects and dirty dishes. The complex realities of family life unfold in this documentary film about the messy intersection of motherhood and artistic expression.
Tickets just opened up for the small event. For $8 I’ll give you dinner, some wine, you can watch her film and connect with other creative moms around Los Angeles. The screening will be on the East Side, location will be emailed to you once you have bought your ticket.