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BIPOC Workshop with Chanel Thervil: Celebrating Friends, Family & Neighbors

Presented by ArtsArlington.org and Robbins Library at Robbins Library, Arlington MA

Jun 13 2021
BIPOC Workshop with Chanel Thervil: Celebrating Friends, Family & Neighbors

How to Make a Portrait that Captures the People you Love

Explore ways of thinking about how you construct a portrait of someone in your family, circle of friends or community in this ZOOM workshop on Sunday, June 13 from 4 to 5:30pm. What are their most important qualities?  How have they overcome challenges? How do you translate these qualities and experiences into a portrait using images or words?

As a part of this continued programming for the Elevating Arlington's Voices of Color project, this workshop is open to community members who identify

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Robbins Library

700 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, MA

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A glass slipper in front a blue background. Gold sparkles fly in an arc over the shoe. Above the shoe, white text reads,

A feminine-presenting person stands in front of a dark background. They have dark skin with dark curly hair. They wear a sleeveless red shirt. Their hand is placed behind their head and their left hand is on their hips. White text at the top of the image reads,