"Artists Co-Working Session, hosted by Fair-Side"

Thursday, November 3, 2022 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Gather in community with fellow artists for a co-working session at MakeHaven, hosted by Fair-Side. All visual artists are welcome to bring anything that they're currently working on, and meet other artists.Non-makehaven members are welcome and tours will be available. Snacks and refreshments provided.
 
 
Fair-Side is rooted in the idea that artists hold collective power together. Fair-Side acts as artist residency to pay artists to have their own time back. Through co-working, shared crit sessions, and networking, artists can hold collective power and learn from one another. For more about fair side  click the link below
 
Instructor
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she/her
Real name: 
Ruby Gonzalez Hernandez

Instructor

Instructor Bio: 

Ruby Gonzalez Hernandez is an Indigenous Zapotec artist, educator, and curator born on Quinnipiac land (New Haven, Connecticut). As a lens-based artist, she uses photography as a tool in printmaking, woodworking, and other media to discern, investigate, and reconstruct themes of oppression, by distorting, destroying, and remaking the image. She is passionate about work that serves the New Haven community, in the past that includes an international print exchange between artists called Lunch Money Print.

 

Ruby's work has been supported and recognized by the National Basketball Association, Facing History and Ourselves, United Way, the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, and more. In her curatorial practice, she organizes exhibitions concerning themes and ideas surrounding community solidarity

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