I've Gone to Look for Myself Creativity Class
March 30-May 4, 2015, Portland, Oregon
A 6-week series of creative adventures into the Realm of the Lost & Found
Women and Myth Symposium
April 11, 2015, Portland, Oregon
Presentation: The Antlered Reindeer Goddess and the Missing Grandmother by Ingrid Kincaid, the Rune Woman
Myths and Legends Art Book Exhibit
April 3th-26th 2015, Bend, Oregon
My handmade, limited edition book of original rune poems,
(un) familiar has been accepted into this international, juried show
When Women Remember Their Names
May 9th, 2015, Portland, Oregon
What's possible when women remember who they are? Remember their right to name themselves and not be defined by the roles they play in a male-dominant world?
Who are Women of the Always?
We are women who choose our own lives and live on our own terms.
We listen to our dreams and express our desires.
We are women who speak our mind with integrity.
We create, celebrate, and gather to share our wisdom, laughter and community.
We're decisive and powerful.
We are willing to tell the truth about our lives, even when it's controversial or politically incorrect.
We're authentic, sovereign, sacred and sexual.
We are always. We are women.
Women of the Always is the vision and inspiration of Ingrid Kincaid, the Rune Woman.
You can contact her by Email.
"For me, Ingrid is the embodiment of a Woman of the Always: potent, spirited, connected, aligned. How can I describe working with Ingrid? It is truth telling, axis shifting, soul shearing alignment with a tremendous power. It is circle after circle of history, story, vision and awakening to an ancient wisdom deep in the bones. A returning, a birthright. It is hilarious, playful and essential, a kindred peeling away everything you don't need, a loving witness to the core of who you are. Ingrid's mix of pragmatic wisdom, mythic story showing, etymological academics, and creative community weaving is beyond measure. Go ahead, take a class, schedule a reading, attend an event, ask her a question. She will open you to yourself in ways entirely her own. Your life will never be the same. And for this, you will be wholly grateful." --Lara Vesta