PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Join us for a free, two-part workshop led by artist and activist Dylan Miner at the Workers Arts & Heritage Centre, presented in partnership with IWW Hamilton.
Friday, March 27th 6-9 pm and Saturday, March 28th 12-4 pm
Inspired by the graphic history of the Industrial Workers of the World, this two-part workshop will teach participants how to create activist designs, and screen print onto t-shirts and totes. This workshop is presented as ancillary programming in conjunction with WAHC’s winter exhibition, These Conditions Can Be Changed.
Free! All are welcome, all materials provided. Pre-registration for this workshop is required via Eventbrite HERE. Capacity is limited, so register early!
ABOUT DYLAN MINER:
Dylan Miner is an artist, activist, and scholar. He is Director of American Indian and Indigenous Studies, as well as Associate Professor in the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities at Michigan State University. Miner sits on the board of the Michigan Indian Education Council and is a founding member of the Justseeds artist collective. He holds a PhD in Arts of the Américas from The University of New Mexico and has published extensively.
In 2018, Miner began collaborating to print little-known graphics from the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).
Miner descends from the Historic Georgian Bay Métis Community, one of seven s.35 rights-bearing Métis communities in Ontario.
ABOUT IWW HAMILTON:
Founded in 2018, IWW Hamilton is a member-run union for all workers based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. They are a union dedicated to organizing on the job, in various industries and in their communities.
WAHC wishes to acknowledge the Ontario Arts Council, the City of Hamilton, the Province of Ontario, CUPE, CBTU, and the Canada Council for the Arts for their support of These Conditions Can Be Changed, and its ancillary programs.
For more information, contact Florencia Berinstein, Workers Arts & Heritage Centre at (905) 522-3003 ex. 23 or firstname.lastname@example.org.