A Feminist Survival Guide to Seattle
When: Saturday, May 20, 1PM -4PM (*Note* This was originally scheduled in March, April)
Where: Seattle (exact location provided with ticket purchase)
Cost: $35; tickets and information here
Seattle/Black Feminist Library is celebrating none other than the amazing author, professor, feminist, and critical thinker, bell hooks, by each creating a trio of mini easels with canvas painting & mixed media designs. Each easel is hand-crafted and canvases each measures 3″ by 3″.
These arts and craft-type gatherings are a monthly event of the Seattle/Black Feminist Library that is hosted within the community and takes place on the second Saturday of each month, from noon-3pm. They are based solely on ideas of Black feminism and Black feminist theories, and introduces you to, or furthers your understanding and overall appreciation of, Black feminism, through a new activity that is introduced each month. These can include games, films, and arts and crafts. This means that all activities center Black feminist perspectives while having fun, meeting new people, and connecting with others who share similar interests, including sipping wine in the afternoon.
There is no artistic experience, special training or skills needed to participate. Sessions are guided and instructed, and all material and supplies are provided – you take what you make.
This event is open to all. Light snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages are also available.