Experiential Lectures from Exodus: School of Expression
Join the ICA Shop this summer for a series of intimate live programming every Friday evening. Capacity for this event is 35, so please RSVP in advance.
This summer, six Richmond-based artists participated in Exodus: School of Expression’s Seed Summer Residency. Artists-in-residence participated in artist-led workshops centered on Afro-futurism, internal archives, speculative practices, sonics, and visual languages.
Join us at the ICA Shop on Friday, August 6 for a culminating salon that centers around the premise of eco-systems in relation to community. Works, process materials, and individual practices will be shared through presentation and discussion.
Exodus is an Art School that creates space for educators that identify as black, indigenous, and people of color to develop, workshop, and publish curriculum. Our goal is to empower and support both educators and students while creating opportunities for developing art practices and radical pedagogy outside academia.
Under this framework, Exodus is interested in the intersection between fiction and visual arts. We invite educators to develop workshops and long term courses using science fiction, creative writing, experimental film, and music as a catalyst for making.