MAVUNO, translated as “harvest” in Swahili, begins at the start of the Fall/Harvest season. This year, Sweetwater is hosting Tina Williams Brewer as Artist-In-Residence. There are two upcoming events:
Saturday, October 24, 2015, 10:00 AM-2:00PM*
Pre-teen Workshop (Ages 9-12)
*please bring a bagged lunch
Learn more about the emojis that have become commonplace in our texts! This workshop for preteens draws connections between symbol usage in our modern emojis and texts and our ancestors' writing practices. Students will use collage, hand sewing, and hole punch quilting techniques to create fiber art wall hangings, linking the symbols of the past and present. FREE. Pre-registration is required. Sign up HERE.
Saturday, October 24, 2015, 6:30-8:00 PM
Artist Talk with Tina Williams Brewer
Join us for an intimate look at the artwork of Tina Williams Brewer. Tina will walk us through her exhibition Coding: We Are Always There. Refreshments will be served. FREE