Weaving Racially Just Networks: Collective Meaning Making Through Art, Wilder Center, Tuesday, 22. October 2019

What will our day include?
Weaving racially just networks requires us to participate in collective meaning making. Making sense of our purpose, our challenges, and the state of our networks together. We need diverse perspectives and lived experiences to inform our movements, but how can we expand what is visible and explicit – making space for dissent, surfacing tensions, talking explicitly about power.
Art can be a powerful way to explore and make visible what we might otherwise miss. It can help us see the greater whole, and access new vantage points. We invite you to spend the day with us, exploring how different forms of art might support us in making meaning together. 
Who is Invited?     
Anyone interested in Network Weaving. If this is your first session with us, we encourage you to come at 8:30 to attend the half-hour Intro to Network Weaving to help ground the rest of the session.  
Location & Transportation Info - Wilder Center 
The nearest GreenLine stop is at the Lexington StationFor transit directions, use the transit planner bike parking is right by the front doorFree car parking is provided in the Wilder ramp adjacent to the main building
Lunch will be provided. It will be gluten-free and vegetarian.
Questions? Contact Sindy at
PLEASE NOTE: This is not a space that requires artistic experience, simply an openness to artistic exploration. Don't stay away because you are "not an artist." Come explore with us and see what new insights we gain...

Weaving Racially Just Networks: Collective Meaning Making Through Art

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