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Decolonize Your Brush Workshop with KACH Studio

Decolonize Your Brush workshop has been featured in several universities and institutes nationwide, from CalArts and The Interlochen Center of Arts to UC Berkeley. Now is the chance to do this powerful workshop with Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle/Olomidara Yaya, no matter where you are in the world!

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Decolonize Your Brush Workshop with KACH Studio
Decolonize Your Brush Workshop with KACH Studio

Time & Location

Jan 13, 2024, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Virtual Workshop

About the event

Learn how to make your own brushes from natural tools inspired by the resistance of Black women historically and presently to create and fashion their tools for resiliency and thriving under dire circumstances. Objects around your home, in your garden, on the street, and in your backyard can be used to create new tools of self-expression! 

Hinkle-Yaya will share intimate details of her practice and how she created an internationally acclaimed body of work by decolonizing her brushes! She will also share brushes that have been created by others historically and presently, and participants will be tasked with foraging for their own materials and collectively drawing and exploring together. 

You will need:

  • Multiple sheets of blank paper, preferably newsprint 
  • India ink/sumi ink/ or watered-down paint that you could use for mark-making
  • twine, string, rubber bands, paperclips, or anything that you can use to bind the bristles of your brush


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