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A workshop inviting participants to amplify absurdity, indulge in curiosity, radically collaborate, exchange stories and wave at clouds. Really, we are going to listen to each other, gather our resources, play creatively and assess our impact. This is an invitation to learn together for 90 minutes and we ain’t gotta have our videos on.
This workshop is being faciliated by the wonderful Je Naé Taylor. Je Naé is most curious about the practice of joy and sustenance needed to live extraordinary. She has been co-creating and indulging in spectacle across continents since 2003 with art institutions such as The South Side Community Art Center, London International School of Peforming Arts and The Kennedy Center. Her love for Black people can be found in chants she’s written for The Black Joy Experience album and articles published in various popular and scholarly journals. She is the youngest granddaughter of Gilda Mae and holds hands with her girlfriend in public as often as she can.
This series is sponsored by the Racial Justice Initiative at Pitzer College and Campus Life Committee.
Coordinated by activist, scholar Margo Okazawa-Rey, CAPAS, CEC and the Writing Center.