Feed your mind, body and spirit with Saturday Supper at 1440, which welcomes you to our private campus in the redwoods for a holistic dining experience. Enjoy a Chef's Open House & Garden Tour at the 1440 Teaching Kitchen before indulging in a multi-course dinner menu at Kitchen Table - prepared by the 1440 Culinary Team with ingredients sourced from more than 35 local farms within 300 miles of campus. Relax into the evening with an immersive learning opportunity (a 1440 Signature Class or Mindful Movie screening) designed to educate and inspire. Afterwards, join us on the Common Grounds Patio and purchase a glass of wine or local craft beer as you listen to live music by Santa Cruz performers around the fire pits while connecting with neighbors, friends, and campus guests.
Tonight's Immersive Learning Experience: Mindful Movie Night at 1440, screening Natural Hair The Movie.
"Hear the bold stories of women of color, overcoming discrimination, suppression, and western standards of beauty in hair styling." — Team Grind
Natural Hair The Movie explores the past, present and future of natural hair worn by women of color in America. Director Reginald Titus Jr. and executive producer Ashanti Titus invite viewers to experience the wonderful entanglement of hair as a symbol in education, social status, politics, history and self -acceptance. From the sacred status hair held in Africa through the trauma of slavery; to the fight for civil rights and the battle for mainstream acceptance today, this movie attempts to make sense of natural hair's roots through interviews of struggle and triumph.
1440 Multiversity is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit philanthropic organization - all ticket purchases help feed families in our community and supports our 1440 grant and scholarship program fostering the 1440 vision of creating hope for living well.