HOB presents a series of virtual workshops with Graci Horne & Ifrah Mansou
Graci Horne & Ifrah Mansour are co-creating this online workshop series. Workshops will explore feelings, findings & footprints using discarded items in your home to make Memorabilia for your very own time-Capsule. Through art making, you will explore what it means to be an ancestor and reflect on our collective role and impact on the climate change crisis.
Artists will guide reflections around questions such as: What does it means to be an ancestor someday? What have we inherited? What will we leave behind? While these are big questions that trigger emotions artists wish to unpack and process these questions in community with the intention of doing healing work for our planet. Join us!
ViIRTUAL CLASS DETAILS
Dates: Jan. 22, Jan. 29, Feb 5 Time: 2 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Remote (register to receive the zoom link)
Ifrah Mansour Is a Somali, refugee, Muslim, multimedia artist, and an educator based in Minnesota. Her artwork explores trauma through the eyes of children to uncover the resiliencies of blacks, Muslims, and refugees. She interweaves poetry, puppetry, films, and installations. Her critically-acclaimed works include, "How to Have Fun in a Civil War" play, “Can I touch it" installation, "Halima the puppet" installation, "I am a Refugee" poem, and "My aqal" series. She's been featured in Middle East Eye, BBC, Vice, OkayAfrica, Star Tribune, and City Pages
Hapistinna [female given name; Dakota for third born girl] Graci Horne, was born and raised in Mnisota [Minnesota]. Her bands are the Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota people and Hunkpapa Lakota and Dakota people. She is a multi-disciplinary artist, specializing in painting, printmaking, puppet making, photography, film, and poetry. Horne holds a degree in Museum Studies from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM. Her work is defined by landscape hues and the colors of water and is often rooted in undertones of Dakota culture and social themes. Horne is an Independent Curator and works full time as a Community Artist teaching workshops to ages 5-100 years of age.
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