Li-Ming Hu is an interdisciplinary artist who employs a carnivalesque sensibility, to explore the relationships between cultural production and the construction of subjectivities.
These workshops are part of the program for Must They Also Be Gods, a Flux Factory Exhibition that runs until November 2nd.
Saturday, October 26, 2 – 6pm
Exact times listed below
In the Flux Factory Gallery
2 – 4pm
#TransferableSkills: Writing & Creative Process with Felicia Holman
Chicago-based artist / artrepreneur / producer/facilitator Felicia Holman proudly presents “#TransferrableSkills” — an interactive workshop designed to enhance attendees’ artrepreneurial and communication skills for a more sustainably creative career. As a respected cultural resource within her intersecting creative communities, Felicia’s “#TransferrableSkills” workshop is a platform for participants to learn and apply some of Felicia’s best programming practices and audience development pro tips gleaned from her seasoned experience as a performing artist/arts administrator in Chicago’s interdisciplinary art ecosystem
After serving the past six years as administrative staff at Chicago’s Links Hall, lifelong Chicagoan/artist and Prince “fam” Felicia Holman is currently a freelance cultural producer/programmer/writer, as well as a co-founding member of Afrodiasporic feminist creative collective, Honey Pot Performance. Felicia creates, presents, and supports innovative interdisciplinary performance that engages audience and inspires community. She relishes her dynamic artrepreneurial life and sums it up in 3 words—’Creator, Connector, Conduit’.
In preparation for #TransferrableSkills, attendees should:
- Wear breathable / comfortable clothes.
- Bring snacks (unless Flux provides them)
- Be ready to engage in respectful conversation and active participation.
Post-workshop, attendees will be able to:
- Differentiate between Clarity & Focus (“Clarity must precede Focus!”, “Know your WHY!”)
- Utilize Felicia’s R.E.A.R. System
- Identify / Assess & Maintain their respective Core Values and Non-Negotiables for collaboration/partnership & teambuilding, in order to apply to their respective artrepreneurial endeavors.
4 – 5:30pm
Hip Hop Yoga workshop Urban Mystery Skool for Radical Creatives, with MC Make Change.
A fusion of hip hop yoga led by MC “Make Change” Undakova, a native New Yorker and renown conscious hip hop artist/composer and his partner High Prieztezz Or Nah, a spiritual gangsta Yogi and Shakti Slayer. Based in the 5 Elements of Holistic Hip Hop, this special workshop is a “cypher” (sacred circle) utilizing movement, sound and vibration to create layered soundscapes, simple vocal percussion and righteous rhymes to unlock authentic vocal expression.
Drawing on mantra meditation, positive affirmation and transformative breathwork, participants learn to channel source energy and use their voice as a wand of manifestation. Optimal root chakra medicine for those returning home to indigenous ways. All ages and experience levels welcome.
Flux Factory’s ground-floor gallery has an ADA-compliant bathroom