Power Kids

Power Kids: Standing Strong

The Power Plant invites kids ages 7-12 to the Power Kids workshop called Standing Strong.

Inspired by Paulo Nazareth’s aluminum Dry Cut installation outside of the Power Plant building, this Power Kids workshop will inspire a discussion about Civil Rights Movement, where kids will learn about the invisible and marginalized populations. Participants will make their standing paper sculptures, inspired by their own influential and significant figures. The Power Plant invites kids ages 7-12 to the Power Kids workshop called Standing Strong.

Admission is free. Sign up on our Eventbrite.


ABOUT PAULO NAZARETH
Paulo Nazareth travels on foot throughout the Americas and the African continent, cultivating relationships with the people he encounters. These journeys, which begin from Palmital in Minas Gerais, Brazil, where he lives and works, are foundational to his artmaking. He draws on the complex identity of Brazil, and specifically of the southeastern state of Minas Gerais, which are both marked by the legacies of colonialism and slavery, as well as the continuing exploitation of racialized peoples and the appropriation of their lands. During his travels, Nazareth traces the connections from the Brazilian context to transnational histories and global capitalism, expanding on western knowledge production through listening, bodily experience, and spirituality.