Two generative workshops are taking place during the process of The Sugar Project with The Organization for Prostitution Survivors (ongoing monthly over the course of a year), and with 8th graders at the Seattle Girls School. The method and curriculum designed by artist Michelle de la Vega leads participants through conceptual theme based art making processes that help them to create art from their own thoughts, emotions, values and personal stories. The goal of the workshops is to facilitate personal expression and empowerment, create meaningful collaborative relationships, and illuminate community voices to the general public.

The artwork from the workshops will be prominent features in the final Sugar Project installation at Oxbow Installation gallery and Bridge Productions Gallery in April of 2017.

To learn more about The Organization for Prostitution Survivors (OPS) please click HERE.

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