THE LEMONADE PROJECT SESSION 1
Get in Formation: “The Lemonade Project” Kickoff
MODA is serving up Lemonade, Atlanta!
Grab a friend, and participate in a communal viewing of Beyoncé’s visual album, Lemonade, as MODA kicks off “The Lemonade Project,” a series of monthly discussions and events tackling race, gender, and class.
Following the screening, join MODA for a brief, moderated discussion of self-expression and identity led by Blair Banks and Aretina Hamilton. In a breakout session, collaborate with fellow viewers and participate in a deep thinking exercise framed by one of the eleven chapters outlined in Lemonade. Unpack topics such as intuition, accountability, forgiveness, and hope. Draw parallels to your own experiences, and those of others, creating an interconnected web of histories and stories. To end our gathering, we will activate Benbow’s Lemonade Syllabus by announcing what materials will be covered at the next session.
We’re designing for social justice, both personal and communal, at MODA. Bring an open mind and an empty “glass” for a taste of “The Lemonade Project”.
The Lemonade Project is free to attend because designing for social justice, both personal and communal, is for everyone! Want to fuel this design movement to help inspire positive change in the world? Make a donation of $10 or more in support of museum in all of its efforts to mobilize change by design. Design = Change.