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Art Lecture & Creative Workshop in Celebration of Caribbean American History Month, with Liz Ndoye

Art Lecture & Creative Workshop in Celebration of Caribbean American History Month, with Liz Ndoye

Nari Ward is an American artist based in New York City. His work is often composed of found objects from his neighborhood, and "address issues related to consumer culture, poverty, and race”. His work will be the focus of our discussions at the beginning of this class in celebration of Caribbean American History Month. His work will help us to create collages that use found objects and images we have collected in our homes. Participants will have a chance to create their very own works of art.

Classes will be held in person at our library's main branch, located at 500 Park Ave, in the lower level, and virtually. Visit our website for updates at HobokenLibrary.org

Please register below.  REGISTRATION CLOSES 15 MINUTES BEFORE EVENT. ONLY PEOPLE WHO REGISTER HERE WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINK AND PASSWORD TO ENTER THE CLASS 15 MINUTES BEFORE THE EVENT BEGINS. To protect the Zoom call from outside interference, please register with your name and email.

           If you have any questions or have problems logging on, please email laura.knittel@hoboken.bccls.org

Date:
Wednesday, June 22, 2022
Time:
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location:
Hoboken - Large Programming Room
Campus:
Hoboken Public Library
Audience:
  Adults  
Categories:
  Class     Craft     Lecture  
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