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VIRTUAL: Mapmaking: A Personal Cartography – G210511V

This workshop is full. Please click blue button to sign up for the waitlist. Explore the art of creating artistic maps of your life experiences. In this three-day fun and contemplative ZOOM course, you’ll work with simple art materials, including mixed media and ‘zines, to create non-traditional maps to record and illustrate your personal journeys.

Everyone has a story to tell and maps provide an exciting and meaningful way of documenting and sharing the events that have shaped you. Mapping is a powerful and creative tool that allows us to remember and to imagine our past, present, and future.

All artistic levels are welcome.

(Mon, Wed, Fri)  May 3, 5, and 7
5-7 pm MT (2 hours each day / 6 hours of total instruction)

This workshop is limited to 18 participants.

Rates:
Suggested: $95
+$30 ($125) – Support Others
-$30 ($65) – Fixed Income/Need Support

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PAYMENTS MADE FOR VIRTUAL EVENTS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.

If you are unable to attend the event, recordings will be made available to you after the event. For events with multiple sessions, every attempt will be made to make the session(s) available to you before the next scheduled session.

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Instructors

  • Guillermo Delgado
    Guillermo Delgado

    Guillermo Delgado is an Academic Specialist in Community & Socially Engaged Arts at the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities at Michigan State University and has been a Ghost Ranch instructor since 2003. He teaches art, poetry, contemplative practices (yoga, meditation, walking), and community engagement courses. Currently, he’s working with six Mid-Michigan correctional facilities, including the juvenile detention center in Lansing. In addition to completing a yoga teacher training program, Guillermo is trained in prison and trauma-informed yoga through The Prison Yoga Project. As an interdisciplinary artist and educator, Guillermo strives for creating safe, accessible, and mindful learning opportunities everywhere he goes.
    “I’m not saying art will save you, but as humans, we need hope to survive and thrive. Art is hope. And hope allows us to imagine something better for ourselves and the world.” ~ Guillermo

Date

May 03 - 07 2021

Time

May 3, 5, and 7
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Cost

$95.00

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