Promotional image for Reclaim, Recover and Rebirth: A Focus on Black Identity workshop with a person facing out of the frame, and their shoulder and neck on the right of the image

Reclaim, Recover, and Rebirth: A Focus on Black Identity

Creative Keys to Healing / Workman Arts / Tangled Art + Disability

Calling Black-identified creatives and the creatively inclined!

Ever wondered what it would be like to make art in a therapeutic way while in a culturally relevant environment? Want to explore more deeply Afro-Caribbean healing rituals and your own communities’ knowledge?

Are you curious about the possible ways eastern mindfulness practices and western psycho-education intersect? Want to do so in a queer/trans/gender non-binary friendly space?

Join us for a 5-part visual art technique workshop series exploring these themes, Tuesday nights, May 24 – June 16, from 6 – 8pm, at Tangled Arts + Disability. 401 Richmond St. West. Limit of 12 participants. No art experience needed.

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COST: Free
All art materials provided.
Refreshments will be served.

The Program
Reclaim, Recover & Rebirth: A Focus on Black Identity is a series of 5 art-based wellness workshops that feature visual art-making techniques, opening meditations and thematic guided discussion, sharing Afro-Caribbean ancestral healing rituals as well as Western psychological frameworks and education. It is facilitated by Belinda Ageda and Robin Akimbo, in collaboration with Workman Arts and Tangled Arts + Disability.

Facilitators
Artist facilitators Belinda Ageda and Robin Akimbo will provide gentle, expressive and effective tools to self-healing, helping to widen your path to personal empowerment and self-awareness.

Robin Akimbo is an artist, advocate, and educator. She serves LGBTQ BIPOC communities through her visual art, multi-disciplinary performance and as an Equity and Inclusion advocate and educator.

Belinda Ageda is an artist, creativity coach and mindfulness guide at Beesworks Studios. She locates herself as a queer, neuro-atypical, Afro-Caribbean mixed-race, cis-gender woman. She designs and delivers workshops that emphasize self-care and mental wellbeing for racialized people.