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Protesters in the streets with bullhorn, signs, and floats

Learn about our region’s rich history of protest art, while producing your own artistic call-to-action in this digital hands-on workshop. Generous support provided by 4Culture and RealNetworks Foundation.

Artist Shemona Morena will share information about 350 Seattle’s artful activism and guide workshop participants through their own art project.

Workshop Materials: During the workshop, we will use the following items, many of which you may already have at home.

  • Either a thin piece of cardboard, thin piece of plastic, or poster board
  • X-Acto knife or box cutter, sharp enough to cut through material
  • Pen or pencil
  • Blue tape/painter’s tape (preferred) or masking tape
  • Something to cut on, such as a cutting board or mat, a thick piece of cardboard, or an already scratched up surface

Workshopping Democracy: Dig deeper into the tools of democracy in these two-hour workshops. Learn from local leaders about how you can make an impact and the strategies that lead to successful civic change. Join us for the next program, Workshopping Democracy: Stories for Change, on December 2, 2020. 

Real-time, automated captioning provided. For additional support, contact programs@mohai.org.

Detailed information on how to participate will be provided via email following your registration. Capacity is limited so register soon!

Location: Online

Cost: Free with $5 suggested ticket price