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Maker to Maker – Engaged Community Art

August 7 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

FREE

Maker-to-Maker is designed as an intimate group of CIVA members virtually gathering to share their work, receive constructive feedback and discuss their discipline. Each session is moderated by a professional in their medium. Sessions are FREE and open to current CIVA members but are limited to 8 participants per session. Participants should come ready to dig deep and can expect to explore struggles and bonds with their fellow Christian artists.

Each session is structured as follows:

  • Moderator Introduction
  • Participant Introductions
  • Sharing of 2 pieces with constructive feedback
  • Q&A and Conversation with Moderator

 

Engaged Community Art

In the midst of a cultural longing for inclusion, connection, and belonging, community engaged art holds power. In this Maker to Maker session, explore and share about art projects that engage participants in the creative process. Come to connect with others about your projects or ideas and get feedback and encouragement in a gathered community of resonant artists.

About the Moderator
Steven Homestead brings genre-spanning creativity to life, whether composing music, leading community art projects, writing and speaking on arts and faith, or curating generative events. He has led numerous community arts projects that have engaged participants at the Festival of Arts in Laguna Beach, the Santa Ana Art Walk, on the streets of Altea, Spain, and in spaces of Berlin, Germany. Solo projects have been featured at Fuller Theological Seminary, TEDxMission Viejo, and in sacred spaces or art galleries across Southern California. Overall, Steven works to promote honor, give voice, share wonder, and develop unity. Discover more at stevenhomestead.com and follow him on Instagram @scubahomie.

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Details

Date:
August 7
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Cost:
FREE
Event Categories:
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Website:
www.civa.org/maker-to-maker