I AM: Identity in Community with Gina Washington
Date(s) - 03/25/2023
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Sculpture Center
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Explore your own narrative with two of the most powerful words to be spoken, “I Am.” The basis of this program starts with the question laid out by artist Cameron Granger in his exhibition at The Sculpture Center, “How do we quilt our familial histories into inevitable futures?” In this workshop, Cleveland artist and Spiritual Guide, Gina Washington, invites you to explore your identity as an individual and member of communities. Plan to ground your energy and express your creative self. Group conversation will lead from there.
This program is funded by The Cleveland Foundation Equity in the Arts Fund, and held in partnership with the Broadway School of Music & the Arts, Mateza Gallery, the Cleveland Foundation, and The Sculpture Center.
Gina Washington is a photographer born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. She received her Master’s in Fine Arts in Photography from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and has won numerous awards for her portraiture and multi-medium art. She works with The Visit Arts Collaborative and engages with the community by spreading art to all and connecting with artists of all walks of life. By working and connecting with artists of all walks of life, Gina wishes to make art accessible to everyone.