As part of the community programming for the "Fruition: Water Holds All Memory" exhibition we are exploring time travel, idealism and AfroFuturism through artmaking. Bring white sheets and garments + rubber gloves and join Asya Abdrahman for a half-day tye-dye workshop at Ashara Ekundayo Gallery for a #FirstSaturdays Makers Lab!
Indigo Hands - Adire workshop w/ Asya Abrahabram
Saturday, October 5th
from 100pm - 600pm
$22 Registration HERE
Limited to 20 Students
Asya Abdrahman is an Oakland and San Francisco artist/curator, world builder and multi-disciplinary artist who considers the intersection of cultural identity, human rights and the environment in her work. Of Somali, Eritrean, and Ethiopian heritages, she fled her East African homeland during a time of regional wars. Abdrahman’s work promotes cultural and ecological survival, advanced through her use of human, technological, natural, found, and recycled resources. http://www.asyaabdrahman.com/
Fruition: Water Holds All Memory"
September 6 - October 18, 2019
Sydney Cain aka Sage Stargate
Ashara Ekundayo Gallery
480 23rd Street | Oakland 94612
New art works and deep contemplation on cultural considerations centering a collective intraspection on social values, on built spaces, and on harvesting from an eco-system wrought with trauma, "Fruition: Water Holds All Memory" represents an opportunity to re-member our covenants with self, All Beings, and the Earth.