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FULL DISCLOSURE - An Interactive, Art-based, Story-telling Project

FULL DISCLOSURE - An Interactive, Art-based, Story-telling Project
Feb 13 2022 | 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

FULL DISCLOSURE - An Interactive, Art-based, Story-telling Project


You are invited to participate in FULL DISCLOSURE - an interactive, art-based, story-telling project led by Sheila Miller and Barbara Rosenblit.

WHAT: FULL DISCLOSURE - Interactive Art Project 
WHEN: SUN FEB 13 & 20 | 1 – 4 PM
WHERE: At The Breman - 1440 Spring Street, Atlanta, GA
WHO: Women of all ages (Breman Members Only Click Here to Join The Breman) 
COST: FREE - Limited to the first 15 who register
In conjunction with The Breman Museum, Jewish Women’s Archive, and a generous grant from The Covenant Foundation, we are offering a 2-part workshop at The Breman on two consecutive Sunday afternoons, February 13 and 20.

This 2-part workshop is limited to 15 attendees.
What will we be doing? This two-part workshop is a hands-on onsite workshop at The Breman in which you will explore artistic ways to honor a woman who has left an indelible mark on your life.

The Breman’s newest exhibition, History with Chutzpah, will inspire us: it explores the themes we want to explore in the workshop—among them, Courage & Conformity, Hope & Survival, Success & Loss, Patriotism & Perseverance, Benevolence & Community.

We will work with a familiar object-- the handbag--or its other forms, the tote, knapsack, satchel, briefcase, etc.—to transform these familiar objects into mixed-media pieces rich with symbolism and meaning.  We chose mixed media because it opens the door for the confirmed non-artist, as well as the seasoned artist, to work creatively.
What more can you ask from two Sundays in February?

We will celebrate our work at a small group exhibition and then at a community exhibition in conjunction with our community partner groups, Jewish Family and Career Services, and The Temple. 

This workshop will offer a welcome chance to gather, to be inspired and inspire, to ignite our imaginations, to have some fun--and to honor someone who has mattered in your life. 

Register early - The workshop is limited to 15 participants.
Advanced registration is required 
To register send an email with the subject FULL DISCLOSURE- Registration -  include your full name, email address, and phone number in the email.
Send your email to cameron@thebreman.org.
A confirmation will be sent within 48 hours.
We’ve implemented procedures to promote the wellness of guests, volunteers and staff.  Currently - masks are required for ages 2 and up in indoor areas. Masks are available at the entrance to The Breman.

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