Thursday, May 12, 2022 6-8pm
Ruth Davis Design Gallery |Nancy Nicholas Hall |1300 Linden Dr
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The first version of a rainbow Pride flag was designed in 1978 by Gilbert Baker. Over the years, it’s undergone many changes both to the colors and the composition. And as our understanding of queer identities has expanded, so have our pride flag options. A flag can be a great way to herald community and bring people together in solidarity. But can individual identities ever be represented by generalizations? In this hands-on workshop, we’ll explore the history of pride flag designs, color and composition theory and learn some very basic construction techniques. Each participant will design and make their very own small pride flag inspired by their identity and personal style. All materials will be provided. BYO Camp Chair.