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Between Intuition and Intention: Writing WorkshopBetween Intuition and Intention is a participatory writing workshop that engages the role of love in art writing. Participants are invited to bring a piece of their writing, or one by a writer they admire, and be prepared to describe an art work that resonated while reading or writing this text. For the exercise, we’ll discuss and share in a group setting how and why it’s important to write through what we are not able to forget, intuitively but intentionally. As writers, how do we engage love in writing as the relation between intuition and intention? What are the limits of language in articulating the personal, experiential, and embodied forms of knowledge that love generates?*****Nasrin Himada is a Palestinian writer, curator and editor residing in Winnipeg, on Treaty 1 Territory. Nasrin’s writing on contemporary art has appeared in many acclaimed contemporary arts publications such as Canadian Art, C Magazine, and MICE. They have collaborated with film festivals and art institutions across Canada and the US, among them being The Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, Fondation Phi pour l’art contemporain, and Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery. Nasrin has been the co-editor of several contemporary arts magazines, including the online platform contemptorary.org. Currently, they are the assistant curator at Plug In ICA.*****Space is limited, please register in advance. Cost of the workshop is$10 for Neutral Ground Members$20 for non Members
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