May 27, 2023 | 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. | Redmond Proficiency Academy
150 SW 25th St, Redmond OR 97756
As a multimedia artist, MOsley WOtta uses personal, lived experiences to drive his explorations into identity, place, race, and care. Through examples from his recent work, which incorporates musical, visual, and immersive performance with discussion and dialogue practices, WOtta will guide participants in exploring how identity labels both inform our relationship to our communities—and how it can transform them. This workshop will encourage us to delve into our own experiences around race, place, and identity. Through a care-centered conversation, we’ll be challenged to transcend traditional labels and imagine alternative ways of understanding and expressing who and where we are within our communities.
Please note that registration for this in-person event is limited to thirty people. Register here.
This event is made possible by a grant from The Ford Family Foundation.
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About the presenter
MOsley WOtta (Jason McNeal Graham) is a legacy creative. His professional career spans multiple decades + mediums including, writing, painting and music. His curriculum vitae highlights: Creative Laureate for the city of Bend Oregon, Oregon Fields Fellow, Oregon Humanities Conversation project leader + Bridging Oregon facilitator, Art in Oregon “Black Matter” Visual Artist, Salem Art Association Fellow, Slam poetry Champion for the State of Oregon, NPR , OPB ,TED X, The NBA and several other three letter acronyms. His works focuses on making positive connections between the negative space of perceived difference.