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Piecing it Together: A Collage workshop with The Current
June 23, 2023 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

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Piecing it Together: A Collage workshop with The Current 2Join The Current as Current Committee member, Moe’Neyah Holland, leads an interactive collage workshop inspired by and in response to the design, values and inspirations for The Current: Saying the Quiet Parts Out Loud exhibition. Through tour, discussion, collage making, and reflective writing prompts, participants are encouraged to slow down their viewing process and consider an exhibition’s ability to connect, inspire, and make space for community.

Participants and facilitators will work together to examine and engage with the exhibition to produce ideas that will be translated into works of art and/or written forms of expression. Materials for the program will be provided.  No prior art-making experience is necessary.

With only 15 spots available, space is limited, so prior registration is required!

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“Saying the Quiet Parts out Loud is a dynamic exploration of The Current, An Artist Award, embodying the inspirations and values that shape The Current: warmth, intimacy, care, community, and support. These themes bring attention to the importance of support and placemaking for many Black artists and individuals in the Tacoma area. Taking advantage of the space and designing it in a manner that complements the story of The Current, the walls are brightly painted, permeated in pinks, purples, and oranges that envelop visitors in a warm, inviting space.”
– Victoria Miles, Exhibition curator and Artist Award Manager

Meet Moe’Neyah Holland

Moe’Neyah Holland is an arts advocate, Black Lives Matter activist and Committee member for The Current.  Her journey with art began when she joined the Teen Art Council at the Tacoma Art Museum at the age of 14. She was a youth curatorial member for the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture, and was on an advisory council for the Kinsey Collection. She previously served as a liaison to the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, Washington

Questions? Contact Artist Award Manager Victoria Miles at