Waging Peace at The Plant Project Interest Meeting - Rescheduled

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Waging Peace at The Plant Project Interest Meeting - Rescheduled
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CALLING ALL CREATIVES!!!! You are invited to participate in a very exciting artistic community collaboration. The Plant Arts Center will be hosting upcoming collaborative artmaking workshops in conjunction with The Museum of Fine Art’s 2018 Waging Peace Exhibition, the city of Tallahassee, and Leon County Schools. ALL ARE WELCOME!

There will be an informational interest meeting at The Plant on Tuesday, September 26 at 4pm for how you and others can become involved in designing and leading the workshops. See flyer for contacts and questions or email Jennifer Hamrock at theplant.tally@gmail.com . Even if you can’t make the meeting, you can still take part!

The theme Waging Peace involves active engagement and energy expended toward the goal of peace. The intent is to challenge people to strive towards a balanced culture and environment through art actions.
Through a series of artmaking workshops, our hope is to bring together formal and informal institutions to meet the themes of generating energy and action toward peace. We are inviting community creatives (groups, organizations, and individuals) to design and lead the workshops creating works to be exhibited in May 2018.

Definition of Art for purposes of the Waging Peace Project at The Plant:
Art is multidisciplinary and includes the visual arts, music, dance, theater, film, poetry, literature, spoken word performances, landscape or horticultural arts, or other creative actions.

 

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  1. I would love to be a part of this. I am a visual artist graduating from FSU with a BFA this Fall. I have class during this meet time, but I will do my best to make it. Thank you.

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  2. Jocelyn,
    I am so glad to hear you are interested in this project! If you can make the meeting, that will be ideal. This is the interest meeting, we will go over the background of the project (it involves many Tallahassee organizations – Leon county schools, universities, the MOFA, the city, other galleries….), a preliminary vision of the workshops at The Plant in the spring, and then set up

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