SLICE: Social Justice and Art with Maine Inside Out

October 20. 2021

12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Colby College Museum of Art and Waterville Creates


Social Justice and Art with Maine Inside Out (CCMA)
Ages 13-18

Bashir Matan, Noah Bragg, and Stacy Perez of, Maine Inside Out, Portland, will lead an interactive virtual workshop, giving teens an understanding of what it means to create art that is inspired by social justice issues. Maine Inside Out’s workshops involve a collaborative, creative process on topics of social change—this workshop will be inspired by the themes in the paintings of Bob Thompson. We’ll learn about the work of this innovative artist, talk about social justice and identity issues as well as participate in creative writing as a group. Bashir, Noah and Stacy will then share information about what it’s like to work at Maine Inside Out.

SLICE is free but pre-registration is required. A Zoom link will be sent to participants the week of the event.

More About Maine Inside Out:
Maine Inside Out activates individuals and communities to imagine and embody freedom through art, advocacy and support, and transformative justice. Formerly incarcerated people lead our work to build a world where everyone matters and belongs.

Artistic Career Paths associated with this workshop: Curator, Community Activist, Community Artist, Assistant Curator, Art Historian, Visual Artist, Creative Writing, Actor, Playwright, Poet, Writer, and Development Officer.


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