Photo Lab: Activist Posters with Pidgeon Pagonis & Sarah-Ji
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Create a poster depicting a cause you care about by pairing words and images with activist Pidgeon Pagonis and photographer Sarah-Ji. They’ll share how they make videos and take photos to create social change. You’ll sketch an activist poster in Procreate on iPad. An ASL interpreter will be present at this session. Join more Art and Activism with AirGo sessions throughout January.
For sessions with amplified sound, hearing loop technology is available on request.
As an advocate for intersex people, Pidgeon Pagonis creates change with campaigns like #IntersexStories and Physical Record. In 2015, they received a Champions of Change Award from the Obama White House.
Sarah-Ji is a queer Korean mother, abolitionist organizer, and photographer. She has been documenting freedom struggles in Chicago since 2010 and is a member of the grassroots organization Love & Protect.
Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger are the executive producers and cohosts of the AirGo podcast. Through conversation, the podcast tells the stories of artists and organizers who are reshaping culture.
Join the cohosts of the AirGo podcast and explore how creativity can inspire social change. From January 3–23, you’ll collaborate with artists and activists to record interviews on iPhone, sketch poster art on iPad, and more.