Community Conversation for Black History Month 2023
What does Beloved Community mean to me?
Join Rhinold Ponder and artists from the exhibition, “Manifesting Beloved Community” for this conversation and easy art journaling activity.
This is a free program, but we ask that all participants register in advance.
In partnership with Rhinold Ponder of Art Against Racism, West Windsor Arts invites the community to join us for a viewing and discussion inspired by the current exhibition, “Manifesting Beloved Community” on view through March 4 at West Windsor Arts.
Join Rhinold and several of the artists from the show to discuss the works on display and imagine a global vision where all people share in the wealth of a healed planet. We asked that artists explore one or more themes in their work that relate to: economic justice, healthcare, housing, employment, the environment, and cultural expression. Many of them focused on particular stories and issues related to the African American experience and how this influences their view on the theme.
Activity: What does beloved community mean to you?
Using materials provided by West Windsor Arts, think about and create a journal entry that represents your views through writing, drawing, and collage.
Zoom: For your convenience, this is a hybrid event and we are offering Zoom access for those who wish to attend, but are not able to be in person. An art materials list featuring items that can be found around the home will be provided for Zoom participants. Please register in advance to receive Zoom information.
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