Tue, May 02|
One City Office (not accessible)
EX.MM 101 - Meaningful Flag Making: Reclaiming flags towards Community Transformation
Led by Jeff Macklin of Jackson Creek Press, participants will learn about the historical use of textiles and flags in activism, explore messaging, colour, and composition, and utilize lino printing, stamps, sewing, and painting to work on their own piece.
Time & Location
May 02, 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
One City Office (not accessible), 541 Water St, Peterborough, ON K9H 3M6, Canada
About The Event
This course runs over 3 dates - May 2, 9, and 16. Attendance to all 3 is strongly recommended.
Flags have been and continue to be a public declaration of deeply held beliefs. There is symbolism, meaning and connection in the visual representation of a flag. Throughout the three sessions, we will aim to ask ourselves: What message is within me that I want to share? Led by Jeff Macklin of Jackson Creek Press, participants will learn about the historical use of textiles and flags in activism, explore messaging, colour, and composition, and utilize lino printing, stamps, sewing, and painting to work on their own piece. Participants will also have the opportunity to work on a collaborative creation. No prior experience needed.
This workshop is aimed at activists, advocates, volunteers, helping professionals, and anyone with a message they want to share.
- Familiarize ourselves with the history and impact of flags in activism
- Learn basic linocutting, sewing, and composition as tools for flag making
- Make meaningful art in community
May 2, 2023
May 9, 2023
May 16, 2023
One City Office at 541 Water St. This location is not accessible. The workshop will be hosted on the main floor, but there are about five steps to get into the building.
This course is 16+. If you are under 16 and interested in taking this course, please be in touch.
Gift economics is a different way of interacting with money and understanding what something is “worth.” In a Gift model, goods and services are not sold as they are in a market model of economics. Rather, they are given freely with no requirement of an exchange. We believe that the lessons and teachings we give and receive in our workshops are priceless.
At the same time, we do have needs as an organization operating within the current economic and social structures. Therefore, all participants in our community workshops are offered an opportunity to support our work. No one is required to give, and no amount is considered too small or too large. (Adapted From East Point Peace Academy)
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