with instructor Jamil Moises Liban-Ortañez
Sunday, July 31 from 1 - 3 pm
Open to all ages. Suggested donation $5
Picture yourself jumping in the ocean waves, building a sandcastle on the beach in the sunshine or camping under the stars in a redwood forest. Then turn that summer scene into a one-of- a-kind haiku book by collaging found text and imagery. Taught by Bay Area artist/instructor Jamil Moises Liban-Ortañez. His work and teaching is focused on ways that qtpoc (queer and trans people of color) craftivism (craft and activism) can be wielded to stimulate social change.