Art Windsor-Essex respectively acknowledges that we are located on Anishinaabe Territory – the traditional territory of the Three Fires Confederacy of First Nations, comprised of the Ojibway, the Odawa, and the Potawatomi. Today the Anishinaabe of the Three Fires Confederacy are represented by Walpole Island First Nation. We want to state our respect for the historical and ongoing authority of Walpole Island First Nation over its Territory.
Sundays in the Studio! Collage Poetry with Chidera Ikewibe
DATE: Sundays in February 2023
TIME: 1pm- 4pm
LOCATION: 2nd floor, Education Studio
Spend your Sundays at AWE! This month, join artist Chidera Ikewibe in the studio to create one-of-a-kind projects and crafts. This program is generously sponsored by Anne Safranyos and family.
- Drop-in between 1-4pm on Saturdays.
- This program is free with admission to AWE and open to all.
- Questions? Email Sophie Hinch, Education and Public Programs Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is poetry? What is art? But more importantly, how do we blur these lines? In these workshops feel free to mix mediums, words and genres to create art, poetry or both! Bring in your own work or start something entirely new! Chidera will guide participants as they create their own abstract works that mix words and images to tell a story.
Meet the Artist: Chidera Ikewibe
Chidera Ikewibe (chi.ike) is an Igbo-Nigerian Canadian multimedia artist and poet based in Windsor Ontario. Her work combines often combines Nsibidi (a West African writing system), her Igbo heritage and a variety of artistic influences like Basquiat, Kendrick Lamar and Njideka Akunyili Crosby.