Collaging Our Everyday: Multimedia Art Workshop – Cancelled


Saturday, April 4, 2020 from 1:30–3:30pm


Greene Education Center, Galleries



This event has been cancelled.

Create a mixed-media collage about your daily experiences, such as shopping, sports, parties, and other social occasions, while discussing similarities and differences among how diverse groups experience these activities and events. While recognizing the existence of historical barriers to full and free participation, the artist will encourage us to enter into a party atmosphere with Derricks Adams’ series We Came to Party and Plan and works from Self in the City: Highlights from the Collections of the HRM and Art Bridges, such as Archibald Motley’s Bronzeville, looking at where these gatherings happen: in cities, suburbs, and rural environments.

Materials will include lifestyle magazines, table cloths, napkins, paper and plastic cups and markers, glitter glue, and ribbons. Led by Teaching Artist-in-Residence Tijay Mohammed.


Above: Tijay Mohammed (Ghanaian, born 1985). We the people: matter most, 2016. Fabric. Courtesy of the artist.

Support provided by Art Bridges.