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Art As A Revolutionary Act – Session 2 Wearable Art

Art as a Revolutionary Act

Wearable Art

Join SAY Sí ABC Instructors, Chabriely Rivera and Cassidy Fritts, in our second session of Art as a Revolutionary Act where we’ll be diving deeper into talking about how art can be a vehicle for personal expression and revolutionary change. In our first session we were introduced to the medium of Spoken Word and challenged ourselves to try our hands at writing and using our own voices to discuss matters that we are passionate about. In our second session, we’ll be sharing out about any writing endeavors we tried then we’ll be talking more about Wearable Art and how something like fashion or even just a t-shirt you make yourself can be a powerful statement to the world around us. After this session, we’ll walk away sketching and planning out our own shirts that we will eventually make throughout our time together.

Sessions are open to all middle school at high school CAST Students at all five campuses (CAST Tech, CAST STEM, Advanced Learning Academy, CAST Med and CAST Lead).

Join Session 2:

Tuesday, July 14th at 3 pm  – 4:30 via Zoom:

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