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Weekends in the Studio! Wish Pamphlets with A Jamali Rad

DATE: Saturday, April 27th, 2024
TIME: 1pm- 4pm
LOCATION: 2nd floor, Education Studio
COST: Free with regular gallery admission and free for AWE members

Join A Jamali Rad as they guide participants through political wish-making as a way of imagining possible futures. Participants’ wishes will be made into actionable items tied to our material conditions. Following this exercise, each participant can then create mini pamphlets containing their wish-demands to be distributed during the May Day march.


Looking toward May 1st (International Day of Solidarity of Working People), participants are welcome to leave their works at AWE for a community display in spring 2024. You can also take a photo of your artwork and submit by email to The community display will be installed from April 22 to May 13, 2024 in the WFCU Eco Space on the third floor at AWE.

Weekends in the Studio is supported by Anne Safranyos and Family.

A Jamali Rad (they/them)

A Jamali Rad is a writer, poet, and artist based on the traditional territory of the Anishnaabeg people of the Three Fires Confederacy (Ojibwe, Potawatomi, and Odawa). They have published two full-length poetry books, for love and autonomy (2016) and still (2021), with No Signal No Noise coming out in fall 2024. Jamali Rad has a long history of DIY publishing, producing many handmade chapbooks, zines, and text objects as well as co-founding the Marxist-Feminist journal About a Bicycle and the poetry publishing house House House Press.

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