This Weekend at A@R! Sewing.Snowflakes and Chi Kung.

North Brooklyn-based  Round Robin Collective will fill Arts@Renaissance space with following activities this weekend.

Sat. Feb 18, 1p- 5p: Community Sewing Day
*Learn to sew *Donate fabric *Contribute to installation

Join Round Robin Collective member Amanda Browder for a collective sewing day to make a large scale fabric installation in the Art@Renaissance space. Donate / Trim / Sew / Install – all of these processes will be different acts of sculptural collaboration in the making of a fantastic new piece. Learn how to sew, donate your extra fabric, or chat with your neighbors. Bring yourself, bring your fabric, and contribute to a community-driven collaboration.

Sun. Feb 19, 12p- 4p: A Blizzard Built, interactive installation
*Collaborative *Interactive *Installation

Snowflakes, snowflakes and even more snowflakes!

Saturday February 18th at 1pm, 2pm, & 3pm: Free beginner Chi Kung classes
*Gentle *Incredibly beneficial *Aligning breath, movement and awareness

Chi Kung is beneficial to physical and emotional well being – it is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness. People of all ages can participate as the movements are very gentle and simple. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and flat shoes.

The Chi Kung classes will be filmed and the footage will be edited into a short video – best described as a video patchwork quilt – as part of the Hospitality group art show at arts@renaissance.

To RSVP email Chris at arts@stnicksalliance.org.


St. Nicks Alliance
at Greenpoint Renaissance Center
2 Kingsland Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11211

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