Workshop: Social Justice Signs with Alejandra

Wednesday, 3/31/2021
4:00 - 5:00
Virtual Library

Online Services
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States

Learn about several women artivists and be inspired to send your own message in a colorful poster. For ages 10–18.

Gather the following supplies and tools ahead of time:

  • 1 Poster paper, any size (the larger the better)

  • multi-color paper (to save time on coloring, but white paper is okay)

  • black marker (black permanent marker preferred)

  • gluestick 

  • scissors

  • multi-color markers

Optional tools:

  • pencil 

  • ruler

  • magazine(s) to cut out your favorite images

Alejandra G Ramirez is a Salinas & Bay Area artist and museum educator. Follow her on Instagram

Exercise your power of imagination with programs that encourage hands-on projects for adults. 

Programs spotlighting women's history, rights and current issues.

HERstory is SFPL's celebration of Women's History Month, spotlighting authors, thinkers, visionaries and artists during the month of March. Program offerings are for all ages.

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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

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