Dhai Akhar: Seeded in Love
Community Art Workshop
on Asian American and African American Solidarity
Inner Eye Arts invites you all to join a two-day community art workshop, "Dhai Akhar: Seeded in Love," on African -Asian solidarity facilitated by eminent artists, activists, and educators of SF bay area- Ellen Bepp, Tomye Neal Madison, Demetri Broxton, and Justin Charles Hoover.
The workshop will be free and open to anyone age 13 and older interested in building a platform for a discourse on creative solutions to communal responsibility, healing, and transformation.
This workshop is curated by Pallavi Sharma, funded by Artist Power Convenings by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, SF, and presented by Inner Eye Arts.
Session 1- 4th June- Saturday - 3 pm to 6 pm
"Our Share/Your Slice" facilitated by Ellen Bepp and Tomye Neal Madison
Session 2- 5th June - Sunday - 3 pm to 6 pm
"Guerilla Art Tactics" facilitated by Demetri Broxton, and Justin Charles Hoover
Registration required - Attendees register once and can attend both sessions.
Registration Link - https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqc-qrpjopGNHS3NbNziSPG_ye2jILxQeb?fbclid=IwAR0PcIRWa1Dz4UuQXwR03S7fwcvFFy6S1ge21wnQeZdB8hOe6M99mM0_Rr8
Image details -
Work by - Ellen Bepp
Title - Matrix
Medium - Plaster and acrylics on canvas
Photograph credit - Ellen Bepp
(Merriam-Webster's definition of matrix - something within or from which something else originates, develops, or takes form)