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Look at the Moon! Intuition for Artists of Color with Mihee Kim

Mihee Kim, "나도 갈까?" (Nah-do gahl-kkah?) / Shall I Go Too?, paper collage on plywood

This workshop explores intuitive practices for artists of color via discovering of the clairs (clairvoyance, clairaudience etc.), talk/discussion, small group exercises, energy work, and meditation. This workshop is a focused space and is limited to only eight participants. Register early to reserve your spot. Workshop will run 4:00-7:00 pm.


$20-$60 sliding scale
1-2 need-based scholarships are available, email to request

This event is part of whistling t̶h̶e̶ ̶a̶v̶a̶n̶t̶ ̶g̶a̶r̶d̶e̶, an exhibition showcasing eight poets of color who engage in visual art, performance, and multimedia practices, on view May 13– June 2, 2023. Curated by Mimi Tempestt.

Wednesday, May 24, 2023
4:00 pm


Good Mother Gallery

408 13th St, Oakland, CA


For accessibility info, please contact Good Mother Gallery.

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Mihee Kim

Mihee Kim is a writer, artist and intuitive practitioner. She works across disciplines and traditions, foraying between language, multi-modal collage, energy traditions and craft forms. Her poetry has been nominated for multiple Best of the Nets, a Pushcart Prize, and her manuscript was named a finalist for the Bergman Prize. Mihee is currently seeking publication for her 1st book of poetry, The Closing Petal at Night. She earned a BA from UC Berkeley and an MFA at California College of the Arts. Mihee is the Managing Director of Kearny Street Workshop, a longstanding arts nonprofit for Asian Pacific Americans.
Mimi Tempestt

Mimi Tempestt (she/they) is a multidisciplinary artist, poet, and daughter of California. She has an MA in Literature from Mills College, and is currently a doctoral student in the Creative/Critical PhD in Literature at UC Santa Cruz. Her debut collection of poems, the monumental misrememberings, was published by Co-Conspirator Press in 2020. In 2021, she was selected for participation in the Lambda Literary Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices & writers, was a Creative Fellow at The Ruby in San Francisco, participated in last year’s well-regarded exhibition at SOMArts The Black Woman is God. Her second book, the delicacy of embracing spirals, is forthcoming with City Lights in 2023. Her works can be found in Foglifter, Interim Poetics, and The Studio Museum in Harlem.

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