Join us at SUNDAY VIBES at the CAC for this special presentation and research survey of historic North American, success-based board games to help the African American Community navigate through social obstacles of oppression, led by Xenobia Bailey.
Xenobia will conduct a introduction to the sustainable properties of the visual Aesthetic of Funk, through visual journaling of her creative practice. This presentation will be followed by an open studio and lab of creative game-planning, mapping game plans from the socially engineered games that are played in everyday life. This will be a self-help, urban art therapeutic group exercise, for the underserved African American creative community to realize and design recreational tools of resistance.
Admission is free and open to the public with RSVP requested, here. This program is part of SUNDAY VIBES at the CAC, a weekly opportunity for Louisiana residents to enjoy programming at the CAC free of charge, courtesy of The Helis Foundation.