This season at Practice Space we’re asking ‘How do we make a new economy?’ It’s a big question, and in attempting to unpack it we found a need to start on a more personal level. Why do I want a new economy? Which of my personal needs aren’t being met under capitalism? What would I want my role to be in a new economy?
Join artists Danielle Freiman and Alexandra Williams for this two-hour workshop of Manifesto + Collage, where we’ll ask some tough questions, share in conversation and embodied making, then spend some quiet time creating a manifesto for ourselves. Participants will have space to address and evolve intentions for a new economy, and leave with a document that empowers and gives agency to our individual needs.
Reserve your spot now, space is limited.
Danielle Freiman is an interdisciplinary artist and collaborator. She curates Good Habits, a platform for zines and social gatherings. Her most recent work can be found at Small Supply (http://small.supply), an online shop carrying zines and handmade goods for mental health. Additional work can be found at http://daniellefreiman.com.
Alexandra Williams is an printmaker, bookbinder, designer and herbalist based in Somerville, MA. Her current work explores the relationship between bodies and landscapes and she’s focusing her time on collaborations, teaching, and personal growth through experimenting with new forms and processes. You can find her work at http://alexandrajanewilliams.com.