Workshop: 1–4 p.m., limited capacity
Performance and Panel Discussion: 6 p.m.
At a time when mass migration due to the effects of climate change has become a critical concern, artist, and designer Andres L. Hernandez, and artist and dancer Zachary Fabri guide workshop participants through exercises focusing on drawing as an interpretative act of movement. After the workshop, Hernandez and Fabri will present a new collaborative performance, followed by a panel discussion with Torkwase Dyson, a 2018 Graham Foundation Fellow.
Through cross-disciplinary collaboration, drawing exercises, and discussion, this workshop led by Torkwase Dyson in partnership with Andres Luis Hernandez and Zachary Fabri asks participants to reconsider “the things the mind already knows,” a principle Dyson borrows from the artist Jasper Johns regarding innovation in approaching familiar objects or concepts.
No artistic experience is required for the workshop, though willingness to participate in both the discussions and artistic exercises is expected. Any specific instructions related to the workshop will be sent following confirmation of attendance.
All workshops are free, but RSVP is required and space is limited.
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