Make a Sign (or a Few) for Cincinnati Women's March at This Kennedy Heights Art Center Workshop

Organize with fellow change-makers ahead of this year’s Cincinnati Women’s March with a sign-making workshop at the Kennedy Heights Art Center

click to enlarge Attendees at the 2017 Cincinnati Women's March - Nick Swartsell
Nick Swartsell
Attendees at the 2017 Cincinnati Women's March

Raised fists. Lady Liberty. Pink uteruses. These are some of the symbols that dominated protest signs in over 700 women’s marches worldwide the day after President Trump’s inauguration in 2017.

Organize with fellow change-makers ahead of this year’s Cincinnati Women’s March (which takes place Saturday) with a sign-making workshop at the Kennedy Heights Art Center. KHAC will provide craft supplies like markers, glue, paint, tape, scissors and fabric scraps — just bring your own cardboard, poster, foam board or other signage material.

Sign-makers can also visit the gallery’s new exhibition REVOLUTIONARY: Being American Today, which explores “the notion of citizenship and its definitions through personal and community-based stories.”

Whether you plan on painting a powerful slogan or a clever caricature of a certain politician, don’t leave home without a sense of creativity and perseverance.

6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16. Free. Kennedy Heights Art Center, 6546 Montgomery Road, Kennedy Heights, facebook.com/UWSCincy. 

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