ONLINE: Exploring Intersections: It Will Always Come Back to You, an exhibit by Ibrahim Ahmed currently on view at the ICA
We will visit Ibrahim Ahmed’s exhibit at the ICA, using it as a catalyst for conversations and explorations as we work to process our relationships with race, masculinity, American consumerism and the other topics raised by Ahmed’s work. Each week we will utilize a different creative form (collage, visual poetry, erasure, photography) as we attempt to broaden our engagement and understanding of those ideas.
- This class is offered at a special pay-what-you-can rate. We would appreciate a suggested donation on a sliding scale starting at $10 up to $135. Please consider donating if you are able to keep this wonderful program going! Please bring something to write with and on for the first meeting.
- This class will meet on Saturday at the ICA, 10/16 from 10am-12pm, and Wednesdays 10/20-11/3 from 6:30pm-8:30pm on ZOOM.
- “Exploring Intersections” is a series of classes where students explore different media like books, art shows, etc and the topics that arise from those experiences. Students do not need to have taken part in other sections in order to participate. All are welcome.
- Classes are confirmed one week prior to the start date. In order to help us confirm classes, please register as early as possible.
- This class is held online through Zoom; learn more about how online classes work here
About the Instructor
Rosa Castellano recently re-located back to Richmond, VA from Vermont. While living in the Green Mountain state, she lead numerous poetry workshops for adults and children and was an active member of the writing community. She spends the bulk of her non-writing time reading (mostly poetry, nonfiction and graphic novels) and adventuring with her husband and four children. She received an MFA in poetry from Virginia Commonwealth University and currently, is the Emerging Artist Resident in Writing for the 2019-2020 year at the Visual Arts Center of Virginia.See More Classes By Instructor