Piddle Productions and Quiet N The City have partnered with Heroes of Life (501c) and La County Parks and Recs to bring you an annual music festival in collaboration with the historical family picnic at Val Verde Park honoring "Black Palm Springs"
Join us EVERY Memorial Weekend for FREE camping, live music, free swimming, hiking, yoga, workshops and community.
What Does Piddle mean?
Piddle can mean a lot of things. To this community of artists, free thinkers and leaders it means we will continuously express ourselves without limitation or boundaries. We are committed to experimenting with several forms of art in order to heal ourselves and our communities. The time we waste here is exploring new ideas that help humanity come together with art, wellness and understanding.
Piddle Productions is a multimedia hub for under-served communities. Creatives come together to inspire and empower the community through art and holistic healing. Professional services include curating art exhibitions, art parties, event consultation, urban gardening workshops.
With a M.A. in clinical psychology and a film degree, founder R. "Zoe Blaq" Bartney, tags herself a spiritual warrior. Her work encompasses mental health, taboo topics, people of color and the alternative Black experience. Blaq is a poet and visual artist who enjoys curating innovative community events, teaching garden science in schools and archiving stories of the African diaspora. Raised in Germany, Zoe is bilingual and continues to travel the world for inspiration.