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      Reorienting the Imaginaries: Resistance and Protest Banner Making Workshop in San Francisco


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      January 24, 2019

      Thursday   6:00 PM

      934 Brannan Street
      San Francisco, California 94103

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      Reorienting the Imaginaries: Resistance and Protest Banner Making Workshop

      Reorienting the Imaginaries presents a controversial study of the racialized and gendered form, insomuch that understanding the complexities of confronting one’s own (mis)representations becomes catalysts for subversion and creation of autonomous futures. Artist Shirin Towfiq will be facilitating a free community banner making workshop open for all ages. Participants can write or sew messages of resistance on their shirts, wear them, and then sew the shirts to one another’s creating a banner. This banner of sewn shirts represents the power of the people and the collective effort in reclaiming space and visibility. Space for the workshop iis limited to 30 participants! Please sign up on the Eventbrite page for your free ticket.  REORIENTING THE IMAGINARIES EXHIBITING ARTISTS Anum Awan Jeffrey Cheung Gina M. Contreras Sofía Córdova Sara Emsaki Jamil Hellu Kalahati Việt Lê with Jamie Maxtone-Graham Diana Li Cathy Lu Christopher Martin Nina Reyes Rosenberg Shirin Towfiq Wendy Valdez with Sam Agoncillo Image credit: Anum Awan, Digital Sufi, 2017. Image courtesy of the artist

      Categories: Politics & Activism

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