Who: For people who collaborate. This workshop will include physical movement. Be prepared to move around. Workshop is accessible to all and can adapt to fit everyone's needs.
Date: Saturday, June 6th from 10am - 1pm
Place: 25 Broadway, 7th floor
Instructors: Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste, Eleni Zaharopoulos, and André M. Zachery
Cost: $15 for summer course students, $25 for Brooklyn College/PIMA students & alum, and $65 for general public
DESCRIPTION: How do we use our individual skills to collaborate AND support one another? How do we develop collaborative skills that are socially responsible? Our society is simultaneously collaborative and anti-collaborative. Naturally, we develop our own set of tactics in order to participate within this duality. These tactics range from selfish to selfless. When we talk about collaboration in art-making, we are adding an artistic lens to something we already do every day. This workshop is designed to discover/discuss/illuminate our collaborative tactics and collectively evaluate if they are supportive of a community at large. Drawing from the collaborative history of their interdisciplinary collective, Wildcat!, Jeremy, Eleni, and André will lead a workshop that critically explores the ways we collaborate and the ways we don't- even when we think we are. In addition, they will also share some of their successful collaborative methods discovered while working together.
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