Raman Mundair | Sow, Reap and Slowly Savour Workshop
Fri 28 June 2019
SRS Simage WEB i3sk
The seeds were planted beneath our tongues
many moons ago
Now is the time
Say their names
For Sow, Reap and Slowly Savour, poet and artist Raman Mundair will create a new work that will be recorded and installed as sound and text.
As part of the process, she offers an opportunity to women of colour and women with a lived experience of the immigration and asylum system via a workshop where they make a place setting for a woman – living, past or mythical. The patterns, text and design of the place settings will be influenced and inspired by Raman's work and draw from seeds, spices, culture, women's mythology and plants from Asia, Africa, the Caribbean and the Arab world.
The workshop will be followed by an action in the form of a meal in the space where Raman will invite the 12 participants to break bread and borders, and to contribute to the sound installation.
Part of Refugee Festival Scotland 2019 - explore the full programme here.
Part of Refugee Festival 2019
Fri, 10am–6pm (workshop and meal), Clubroom
Free but ticketed, for women with experience of immigration
All ages / Book online / 0141 3524900