July 14: Summer Social: Feminist Parking Lot with Jennifer Reeder at The Walker
Filmmaker and visual artist Jennifer Reeder’s Feminist Parking Lot is an all-ages, all-genders celebration of the radical handmade with artists and friends. Gather and reclaim the joy of hanging out in a collective space. Catch the spirit of suffragettes by making a banner to wear, carry, or display with Lacey Prpić Hedtke. Join a zine-making workshop with artist Z Akhemotova and learn screen printing with artist and organizer Courtney Cochran. An artist-inspired pop-up library will expand your feminist thinking. Films by Elisabeth Subrin and Sadie Benning loop all evening in the Mediatheque.
Art-making Activities & Workshops, 5–8 pm
All activities will be held both inside the Walker and outside in the upper garden or Minneapolis Sculpture Garden.
Banner-making with Lacey Prpić Hedtke
In the spirit of suffragettes, all are invited to make a banner to wear or display as art or both! Banners have been used as portable altars as well as ways to communicate a message or prompt us to action. Visit the banner-making space to create a piece of art or adornment using satin, beads, fringe, and the power of glue guns, while crafting, chatting, and enjoying creating together.
Screen Printing with artist, filmmaker, and community organizer Courtney Cochran.
Zine-making Workshop with Z Akhmetova.
July 14, 5-8pm
725 Vineland Place