Using Language to Define Your Experience

Za’Nia Coleman

In this artist talk, Za’Nia will discuss her growth as a Black creative. This talk will touch on how she has accessed creativity and built the foundation of her creative life – and how you can too! Za’Nia is inspired by sustainable Black creative spaces and practices, and will reflect on her personal and artistic experiences.

Za’Nia Coleman is an interdisciplinary artist and Co-Organizer of the Tangible collective. Her primary medium is film focusing on documentary and oral history. She has been holding spaces and creating experiences that center black thought and expression in the Twin Cities for over two years. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies from Augsburg University in April 2018, with a double major in Film Production and Theory and Culture. Between her time at SPNN, St. Paul Neighborhood Network, working with youth and her freelance artistic practices she supports and centers underrepresented stories. The root of her work is sustaining traditional and historical practices around love, pleasure, cultural expression and community building.

This class will be a live meeting on Zoom. Click HERE for instructions on how to set up a Zoom account. After you complete registration, you will receive a link to your Zoom meeting in your confirmation email. Use this link to enter your class!

Date/Time: Thursday, April 8 6:00-7:00 PM  (LIVE on Zoom)
Tuition: FREE with Registration ($5 Suggested Donation)
​​​​​​​Age/Level: Adults, All Levels

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