Reorienting the Imaginaries: Makers’ Market

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Reorienting the Imaginaries presents a controversial study of the racialized and gendered form, insomuch that understanding the complexities of confronting one’s own (mis)representations becomes catalysts for subversion and creation of autonomous futures.

As part of the exhibitions programming, the Makers’ Market moves beyond representational identity politics to highlight makers and organizers in a variety of industries. Participating vendors are taking control of their own means of production and redefining the business model that is rooted in community building and engagement based on community needs

Allatum Jewelery
Damn Good Teas
Diaspora Co.
Illustrated Truths
La Botanica Azul
Memory as Medicine
Narinda Heng Pottery
Nature As Muse
Suavecita Press
Vida Vazquez Studio
Queer Care

Robin Birdd
Anh Bui
Shirin Makaremi
Renae Moua
Lena Sok


Image credit: Vida Vazquez Studio

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