PUGG, D.R.A.W., Eureka! House and Public Assistants present:
Material Heritage; a multi-hyphenate exploration into community storytelling through material, layered processes, and collective record. Inspired by the abounding legacy of Benjamin Wigfall and Communications Village, this group exhibition is a culmination of studio visits, workshops, and discussions on art as a tool for survival. In what ways may practice, process, and community care give way to sustenance? How can records of past and present lend themselves to nurtured futures? What is possible with the materials at hand? Having seen through to survival, is there potential now to flourish? Perhaps we already have everything we need.
Opening Reception: Saturday November 5th, 5-7pm
Harambee Pine St. African Burial Ground, 157 Pine St, Kingston