Make a Masterpiece of Me: Sounds & Sacrifice
February 12, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PMFree, and open to everyone!
Join artist, Arsimmer McCoy for a two-part experience in celebration of African-American History Month.
At 11AM, she leads a soundwalk at the Sugar Mill Ruins (1050 Old Mission Rd.) in New Smyrna Beach, alongside ACA’s Lady Eve.
(registration not required)
Then at 1PM, join her at ACA Yurick Studios for a conversation about empowering people, places, and things through poetry. This writing workshop focuses on the intricacies of poetry, while incorporating dialogue on culture, personal narrative and activism. Ms. McCoy uses techniques of self-reflection and grace to guide participants in the art of story-telling.
(pre registration required)
Free and open to everyone!
Pre registration required for the 1PM workshop. Limited to 20 participants – Click here to register – FREE
Light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments provided at ACA Yurick Studios, or bring your own bag lunch.
Writer, International poet, educator, creative programmer, cultural worker, performance & collaborative artist, Arsimmer McCoy, is from Richmond Heights, Fl. McCoy’s work covers conversations about identity, self-reflection, human connectivity, legacy, validation, and transparency. McCoy’s writings delve into her experiences of growing up in Miami; oftentimes exploring its underpinnings and community threading, through storytelling. Currently, Arsimmer is the acting Director of Programming for Bookleggers Library; a nonprofit mobile book store, designed to distribute and exchange free literature, of all genres, throughout the city. Ms. McCoy holds a BA in English from Florida Memorial University in Miami Gardens, Florida. https://www.arsimmermccoy.com/