The Holyfield to organize meditation, therapeutic community art event in City Heights

The Holyfield presents Monsters

Local creative group The Holyfield will organize a meditative and therapeutic community art event titled the Monsters Multimedia Experience at City Height's You Belong Here co-work space on Saturday, May 11th.

The Monsters event, billed as a "multimedia exploration of the transformation and manifestation of monsters in our lives," will engage in meditation sessions, intimate group dialogue, and art practices to create a community conversation regarding the monsters we all internalize. Through the event, The Holyfield hopes to transform those "monsters into masterpieces."

The Holyfield, founded by Ramel Wallace in 2015, is a media organization focused on utilizing music to promote education and empowerment in San Diego's urban communities. Inspired by Wallace's own music project, REAL J & DNYKAY, the Monsters event reflects the themes explored in the duo's recent single and music video, "Monsters," created in collaboration with National City nonprofit A Reason to Survive.

Along with the group sessions, the event will also offer free Passion Planner journals to attendees, as supplies last. You can RSVP here to guarantee your seat in the session.