Collaging Our Everyday: LIVE Art Workshop with Tijay Mohammed

When

Saturday, July 18

11:30am–1:30pm Where

Zoom and FB Live

Admission Tickets

Create a mixed-media collage about your daily experiences—such as shopping, sports, parties, and other social occasions—while discussing the ways in which institutional racism affects how diverse groups experience these events. While recognizing the existence of historical barriers to full and carefree participation in everyday activities, the artist will encourage us to enter into a celebratory atmosphere with Derrick Adams’ series We Came to Party and Plan and works from Self in the City: Highlights from the Collections of the Hudson River Museum and Art Bridges, such as Archibald Motley’s Bronzeville at Night, 1949. Recommended for ages 10+ (through adult).