Owen Ever is a historian/storyteller, healthcare justice advocate, performer and graduate of the Going With Grace end-of-life doula program. He holds a BFA in Interdisciplinary Sculpture from the Maryland Institute College of Art. In his practice as a therapeutic clown with the healthcare non-profit Prescription Joy he is in the service of healing the whole human through honesty, humor and play. As a support specialist at Project Lazarus, Ever contributes to the empowerment of people living with HIV through housing, mental health and harm reduction services. Ever is also a multidisciplinary theater maker and ensemble member of Vagabond Inventions, The Radical Buffoons and Goat in the Road Productions, with whom the original production “The Stranger Disease” was the recipient of two awards of excellence from the American Association for State and Local History. Ever works frequently with Last Call: Queer Hisories, Queer Futures and LOUD: Queer Youth Theater. From 2011-2020 he was a curator and social historian at The New Orleans Pharmacy Museum. Ever has resided in Bulbancha (New Orleans) since 2009.

Saturday, July 31, 2021 to Sunday, September 26, 2021