Endurance, Justice, and Our Lives!
Date: March 13, 2:00-4:00 PM EST
Join me for a hands-on, interactive art “workout,”designed to strengthen your discernment during this time of frequent misinformation. We will use my Balanced Way of Seeing® method to explore multiple layers of meaning in the artwork of artist Jaune Quick-to-See-Smith that focus on maps and identity. We will consider this work and explore its timely relevance to racism, displacement, and the Pandemic. Reflecting on past and present moments of endurance and injustice in our lives, we will rediscover sources of our own discernment needed to confront challenging issues in times ahead. Spend two hours as part of a virtual, multi-generational community through art “workouts” that become intimate online retreats for meaningful discerning, learning, connecting, and healing.
- Experience a hands-on, interactive art “workout” on Zoom
- Limited to 14 participants; minimum 6 participants.
- No previous art experience necessary
- Workshop time: 2 hours
- Provided prior to the event: materials list, Zoom link; A Discernment Resource PDF will be emailed after the event.
- Fee: $25.00
“It’s like we don’t exist’’
-Jaune Quick-to-See Smith on Native American artists
Image Credit: State Names (2000) by Jaune Quick-to-See-Smith Smithsonian American Art Museum Washington, DC