The first hour of the workshop was an information session regarding the ongoing turmoil in Gaza and the West Bank.
The art education student group at the School of the Art Institute organized a Political Poster Art event in global solidarity on Oct. 30 in the Sharp building. The event was held on the first floor and was attended by 40 students, who addressed the ongoing escalation happening in Gaza.
On Nov.2, a group of students at SAIC planned a walkout in support of Palestine.
Students gathered on the first floor of the Sharp building to work on a community-led initiative where they printed T-shirts, made posters, and screen printed.
The first hour of the workshop was an information session regarding the ongoing turmoil in Gaza and the West Bank. Some students at SAIC are planning a walkout on Nov. 2 to extend their support for Palestine.
Designs previously burned onto screens were used to print posters and make T-shirts.
Mira Samantha one of the organizers of the event said “The school should be acknowledging the violence, genocide, and continual apartheid of the Palestine people. The violence has persisted for so many decades, and we have a stake in it as a culture and art institution that exists in the U.S. and is part of the cycle of violence. This school has Palestinian students, brown students, Muslim students, and others who are a part of it. We have been given no space to mourn and gather in a time that is so destructive.”