$10 – $15

Choosing your own Masks: A Multimedia Art Workshop

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The Democracy Center

45 Mount Auburn Street

Cambridge, MA 02138

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This workshop has limited space so make sure you grab a ticket!

Do you have a mask or masks that you wear in parts of your life? Is there a mask you want to put on, or let go of? As a trans and non-binary person, people often see me as something other than who I am. Sometimes I might choose to present myself in a way that doesn't match how I feel inside for safety or because I'm tired of constantly having to constantly correct people. How do the masks we wear protect us? When do we know it's safe to let them slip or to alter them to give us more room?

Come explore the masks you wear and think creatively about the masks you want to wear! There will be time for reflection, optional sharing, and mask making. You can create a mask for Halloween, decorate a mask that expresses who you are, explore the ways other people see you, or make a new mask that represents an identity or feeling you want to explore.

Please email mx.dani.patrick@gmail.com with questions or accessibility needs related to the event. The Democracy Center is partially wheelchair accessible, no accessible bathroom on site. Wheelchair users are welcome to use the accessible restroom at Daedalus while we plan our improvements for bathroom accessibility. To reach that bathroom, exit the ramp and turn left on Bow St, at the next building (Daedalus) use their accessible entrance and their restroom will be on the right. More information at: democracycenter.org/accessibility. Contact info@democracycenter.org or 617 492 8855 as needed.


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