Taja Tuesday Artist Talks are 60-minute virtual meetups where Taja presents about a creative project, practice, process and/or inspiration, and followed by Q&A and conversation.


This month's artist talk is the inaugural installment of this monthly series and will feature a presentation about Orgasmic Rebirth.


We are living in wild times that demand more than change - tis the season of radical transformation! Although stewarding her rebirth has been filled with grief (after all, new beginnings can’t happen without endings), it has also become a joy-filled and pleasurable experience, especially as she leans into the art of becoming. Taja will be sharing more about her orgasmic rebirthing process as well as the creative projects that have emerged and shifted for her during this time.


The zoom link will be posted to Patreon the week of May 10th and will be included in a Google calendar invite that will be sent to all qualifying Patrons.


These sessions are recorded and uploaded into Patreon for folks who are unable to attend the live event. Both the live and recorded presentations are available for Creative Conversation Patrons ($17/month) and above.



Introducing Taja Lindley's latest project - Pleasure Rituals: a project featuring an ongoing series of pre-recorded digital micro performances, meditations and rituals by Taja Lindley. These virtual visual offerings are not films but rather creative documentations, explorations, experiments and examinations about sacred living designed for digital audiences.


The inaugural works of this series debuted on Saturday April 24th, 2021 during Lindley's keynote presentation at the Cultivating Joy and Collective Restoration Virtual Conference at Harvard University and during her virtual performance in A Feeling Good Ritual.


Pleasure Rituals made thus far can be viewed exclusively via Patreon. Click here to learn more about this project.


Introducing Orgasmic Bathing | A Venus Day Ritual by Taja Lindley, the debut of her latest project: The Invitation. This work is inspired by Taja Lindley's participation in a Conceptual Art continuing education class with Ed Woodham in 2021. This ongoing project invites any and everyone, especially Black women and femmes, to remotely participate in creative ceremonies by following (and remixing) a ritual recipe developed by artist Taja Lindley. The intention for this public work is to inspire daily sacred living through a series of instructions for actions, rituals and ceremonies that come from Taja's personal practice. Click here to learn more.