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Young Feminists of Colour Round Table Discussion at MAWA

  • MAWA 611 Main Street Winnipeg Canada (map)

Free! All BIPOC and QTBIPOC individuals, 18-28 years of age, of all genders welcome*

Ayqa Khan will lead a workshop/discussion about issues related to young feminists, particularly in the visual arts. She will focus on self-reflexive art practices and how in the contemporary political climate, looking inward can be a radical methodology. During the workshop, Ayqa will ask each participant to make something of themselves for themselves. She will ask how this making and thinking feels for the individuals and what it means for their wider practice. Further, by thinking through “art,” “identity,” and “community,” she will ask how we can reconcile these weighted concepts with new definitions that can work for us and our contemporary concerns.

*BIPOC refers to individuals who self-identify as Black, Indigenous and People of Colour, while QTBIPOC specifically refers to Queer and Trans individuals who are Black, Indigenous and People of Colour.

More info here.

Earlier Event: September 12
Artist Mothers Group: Setting Goals at MAWA
Later Event: September 18
Artist Talk w/ Ken Lum at WAG