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Come join fourth year Life Studies and Art and Social Change student Aysia Tse at the upcoming OCAD SU BIPOC Space workshop on Wednesday, April 11 at 4-5pm at the Student Union Office on 230 Richmond Street, 6th floor.
Students from all BIPOC communities are welcome to come participate in this guided discussion centered around experiences as a racialized artist/designer. Folks will be co-creating postcards with affirming statements for themselves and to share with other BIPOC creatives. Snacks and refreshments will be provided!
Aysia Tse (she/her) is an emerging artist majoring in Life Studies and minoring in Art and Social Change at OCAD University. Interested in the intersections of community education, art and activism, Aysia is building a socially engaged practice that connects to constructive action within communities. In addition to her public and community arts work, her practice is currently expanding to integrated media and performance.