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Puppet Making and Creative Political Action Workshop Pt. II

3 Dec

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Are you creative? Interested in puppet making? Wanting to help out a great cause? Then you are in luck!
Join us on Sunday, December 9th from 1:30-5pm at 5604 Manor.

Workers Defense Project and Austin Free Skool is having a puppet-making and creative political action workshop! We will be creating puppets for our We Build Texas! march happening next February that will represent the problems workers face in the construction industry. To check out what the Coalition of Immokalee Workers has done in the past,

please click here.
**No specific skills required: we will teach you all you need to know**
We hope to see you there!

¿Eres creativo? ¿Te gustaria aprender a construir muñecos gigantes? ¿Quieres participar en una buena causa? ¡Pues tienes suerte!
Acompáñanos el Domingo 9 de Diciembre, a las 1:30-5pm en 5604 Manor.
Proyecto Defensa Laboral y Austin Free Skool tendrá un taller sobre la acción política creativa y cómo construir muñecos gigantes. Luego estaremos construyendo varios muñecos gigantes para la gran marcha que vamos a tener el próximo febrero, que se llama ¡Construimos Texas! Mirar lo que Coalition de Immokalee Workers hicieron, por favor aga click aquí.
**No se requiere conocimiento previo solo muchas ganas, por que aquí aprenderemos juntos**
¡Te esperamos!

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Art, Activism, & Social Change Workshop

20 Nov

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This workshop will focus on the intersections of art, activism & social change. No supplies are needed unless otherwise noted. This will be a discussion based class.

Themes to consider: Art and Activism, community art education, socially engaged art, and various other topics related to synonymous theories and practice.

Dates / Time: Novemeber 20th & December 4th
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More info?
email: aarongoldmans@gmail.com

Radical Art History – 6/16

19 Jun

The class was a success!  5 people attended, and it was all their first time to attend this particular class.  I did a basic survey of showcasing different artists, mediums, and theories while also explaining their relation to art, activism, and community.  More of the lesson plan will be posted here

Next week we will be meeting and conducting a slightly more specific survey of art and activism, but will be much more student driven. Opportunities will be provided for everyone to make their own work in relation to the work we are covering, thus establishing a more interactive learning experience for those involved.

Lesson plan for this coming Saturday will be posted soon. Thanks to all who came out and Meg for taking the photos! Looking forward to this week!

– aaron