Rootwork Gallery is delighted to present this timely workshop: “An Introduction: Generational Restorative Healing Through Ancestral Altars and Rituals” taught by Kimberly Harmon, Founder of Sebe Da Healing Arts and one of the artists whose altars grace the gallery’s current exhibition, “Altar Call: The Architecture of Black Sacred Space” now on view through December 17.
This workshop will explore the practice of ancestral altar keeping and provide an introduction to starting an altar practice. A great opportunity to learn from a noted visual artist and healer.
Workshop fee is $25. Payable to Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org using the Friends and Family option on PayPal : https://www.paypal.com/va/webapps/mpp/send-money-online
Kimberly M. Harmon is a Chicago-based, multi-disciplinary artist, mother, healer, mentor, educator, activist, and Founder of Sebe Da Healing Arts. Her visual, written, and Spirit work focus on Ancestor and Orisha communication, dream interpretation and analysis, the Akashic records, nutritional wellness, socio-cultural anthropology, and Spiritual restorative justice. She is often a guest lecturer and workshop facilitator at various Chicago area institutions where she focuses on the accessibility of community and personal empowerment and wellness via the holistic application of traditional African healing modalities.