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BRONZ’D: A Night Market presented by Hey Brown Girl Collective

BRONZ’D: A Night Market presented by Hey Brown Girl Collective (Shopping . Music . Food . Culture)
Saturday, October 12, 6-9PM

Shop Chicago’s BEST collectors, artist, creatives & makers at this special night market at Experimental Station. The event will benefit a creative residency for mothers from the Woodlawn neighborhood.

Featured vendors:
Iva Elliott: #GirlGoodies
Margarita Williams: 8ty4 Vintage
Concitta Cavin: Philosofher,
Rachel M. Roberts: Lilly Grant Candle Studio
Jennifer S. Hicks: Olijé Body Care
Sandria Washington: Real G's Move In Alignment - RGMIA

Performances by Meagan McNeal Discopoetry, the wordsmith poet Khari B, and auction of a live painting by Gloria "Godie" Rivera

DJ SP1 on the 1’s & 2’s spinnin’ classic 90’s hip hop, R & B Soul

>>>>>>>>>J O I N. U S<<<<<<<<<<<

Suggested Donation:
GA-> $10

Join Us & Pop-up with Purpose!!!

HBG Collective is thrilled to be donating a portion of the Night Market proceeds to the creation of a creative residency program for mothers of color living in Woodlawn.🙌🏽🙌🏽

Developed by mother, artist, and administrator, Wisdom Baty, in collaboration with @ExperimentalStation, the M.O.C. Creative Residency is a 2-3 month residency experience open to mothers of color living in the Woodlawn neighborhood.

The M.O.C. residency welcomes a wide range of creative practices including, but not limited to, visual arts, performing arts, culinary arts, music, and textile or indigenous crafts.

The M.O.C residency provides skill-building strategies and a holistic wellness approach in order to make the mothers’ creative practices more sustainable once the residency is over.

The residency will provide:

  • Regular access to space at Experimental Station (public space/big room/kitchen) to implement and grow one’s practice

  • A stipend for supplies and/or equipment

  • A child-care stipend or childcare on site

  • Exhibition opportunities/ public sharing of practice of new work/ creations

  • Feedback from other creative mothers of color, “studio visits,” and public receptions

  • Skill-building workshops: proposal writing, project management, business planning, etc.

  • Access to personal wellness resources: mental health, financial health, nutrition, youth engagement.