Wed, Apr 05|
IG Live: Layered Stories Workshop Intro with Kimberly Kuniko + Mira Musank
Come meet up with us on IG Live as we introduce our Layered Stories workshop collaboration, share what layered stories mean to us, and answer any wonderments you have about what to expect from the virtual reality experience!
date & time
Apr 05, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM PDT
Free & Hosted on IG Live
Tuesday, April 5, 6pm PT
Come meet up with Mira and me on IG Live as we introduce our Layered Stories workshop collaboration, share what layered stories mean to us, and answer any wonderments you have about what to expect from the virtual reality experience! To join us, simply hop on to IG at 6pm PT, visit my profile, and tap my profile photo when its border turns into a rainbow line.
YOUR HOSTS // This event is a special collaboration between two artists piecing together their ideas, insights, and creativity to host a mindful, creative space for exploring a meaningful theme while in community with others.
- Kimberly Kuniko (she/her) is the Nikkei-American hapa artist and designer behind Lacelit, a paper goods company featuring endearing illustrations, sentimental turns of phrase, and clever wordplay. She also loves hosting cozy, virtual Guided Creative Retreats fostering creative exploration, imagination, and storytelling in all its forms while holding space for meaningful connection between creatives of all mediums. [Kimberly's Website] [Kimberly on Instagram]
- Mira Musank (she/her) is a textile upcycling artist who creates custom garments by repurposing textile samples, used clothes, and fabric remnants. She is based in San Francisco Bay Area - land of Indigenous tribes Ohlone, Muwekma, and Lisjan. Through an intuitive process of sewing, weaving, and hand embroidery, Mira aims to give second chances to so-called textile waste with intimate yet expressive intentions. Recently, she explores virtual reality to curate an immersive experience in storytelling and conversation building. She hosted her first virtual Textile Art exhibition with Climate Gallery in November 2022. Archives of her works in reimagining, repairing, and refashioning textiles can be viewed on FAFAFOOM.COM. [Mira’s Website] [Mira on Instagram]