Saturday, December 17 2016 from 12-3 pm

The Persistence of Me at the Lowe Art Museum

While our bodies morph and change constantly on an atomic level, a sense of Self lingers. Science and psychology tell us memory is the source of this consistency. I am because I remember. Yet how is our past history shaped by our present self? 

The Persistence of Me is a generative zine workshop where participants are invited to explore the backstage of identity. Have a crafty Saturday, enjoy coffee and donuts and make a zine exploring the key memories that define you and how this present you is constantly re-writing a personal historical narrative fittest for your current ME. The workshop is free with purchase of a zine and all materials and supplies are provided.

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Lowe Art Museum is located at 1301 Stanford Drive, Miami, FL 331446. Parking is in Pavia Garage

Special thanks to the Awesome Foundation for making this event possible.