JAN 19 · 2:00pm–4:00pm · Free
A Revolutionary Summer
A Revolutionary Summer cultivates experiences of joy for Black girls by addressing trauma through art, literature, and self-inquiry. Join them for a brief yoga presentation and a dialogue circle that will explore the organization’s themes of Teacher's Story, Deconstruction of Thought, and Strategies of Self-Love. Participants can prepare for the Open Hours event by reading the short story Girl by Jamaica Kincaid_,_ available online. Copies will also be available at the BMA the day of the event. A Revolutionary Summer is an intensive critical reading and writing program dedicated to shifting harmful narratives about Black women and girls.
This event is recommended for visitors ages 15 and older. A Revolutionary Summer workshops often explore systems of domination like racism and sexism. Participants should be aware that discussions may venture into sensitive territories. You can visit www.arevolutionarysummer.com to review previous reading lists.
About Open Hours
Individuals or organizations that question, challenge, or expand traditional systems of knowledge and power are invited to propose and present an Open Hours program, hosted by the BMA. Critical, informative, participatory, or just plain fun, Open Hours events are free, open to the public, and explore ideas of media consumption, late stage capitalism, and the production of knowledge—themes explored in the exhibitions DIS | A Good Crisis and Commons Collaboration: Get Your Life! now on view. For more information or to propose a program, please contact Dave Eassa at firstname.lastname@example.org.