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Re-Site 2024 | Ashley Page – Imagining Freedom, Juneteenth Community Day & Cyanotype Workshop

DATE AND TIME
Wednesday, June 19 2024
12:00pm-3:00 pm
The Tate House Museum will be open to the public for a Community Day of free admission on June 19th from 11 am-4 pm.
Rain date for the cyanotype workshop is Sunday, June 23rd from 2-5 pm

 

In honor of Juneteenth, join us at the Tate House Museum for an Imagining Freedom Cyanotype Workshop with Re-Site 2024 artist Ashley Page from 12-3 pm.

Participants will start by gaining an in-depth learning session about the history of the Tate House, Stroudwater Village and the state of Maine, from Ashley and Holly Hurd, Executive Director of the Tate House Museum, to be grounded in the theme of Imagining Freedom. Following this, we will explore these themes through cyanotypes. Participants are encouraged but not required to bring found objects, ephemera, or materials with personal significance. For example: grass, hair, beads, rocks, shells, feathers, fabric, inks, special papers, etc.

Tickets include all materials. Space is limited to 20.

Please note, due to the cyanotype process, sunlight is essential. *Rain date for this event is Sunday, June 23, *2-5 pm*. Please be mindful of both dates when signing up.

The Tate House Museum will be also be open to the public for a Community Day of free admission on June 19th from 11 am-4 pm.