July 28, 201811:00am - 2:00pm

Questions of Safety Answered by Children of Color

This project asks: What represents safety for children of color in our community? Kids give responses by drawing "what makes them feel safe." Artist Megan Young and collaborators create 3D printed replicas of each drawing for participants to keep. These interactions encourage those in power to take a listening role while children engage their imagined futures.

Kids ages 6 years and up are invited to attend our free, 3D pen printing workshops (Approx. 50 min). Registration is encouraged as workshops have limited space. Participants are provided with materials and step-by-step instructions to create a simple creative item. Sample projects include: decorative eyeglasses, insects, sea creatures, or small buildings.

If you weren't able to get registration to this session please try to register for another session. This workshop is also available at the below times and locations:

Wednesday, June 27th at 3:30pm, Cleveland Public Library Waltz Branch*
Wednesday, July 18th at 1:30pm, Cleveland Public Library Waltz Branch*
Saturday, July 28th at 12pm & 1pm, SPACES

*Contact the Waltz Branch to Reserve Your Spot

To learn more about artist Megan Young, you can visit www.meglouise.info

About the Artist

Megan Young

Megan Young’s practice combines embodied protest, intentional rule breaking, and collective listening as a means to transcend the tautological fallacy of freedom in the United States today. Often moving between disciplines, her dissection and reassembly of algorithmic operations follows an open source/open access ethos as a means to disrupt unjust... Go to Artist Page

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