Join Chimene Jackson and the Black Paradise Project for a virtual journaling workshop. This is a free activity for Philadelphia’s Black community. RSVP to reserve your spot.
Chimene Jackson is an outsider artist who makes journals and stationery for Black people to live presently, wisely, and discerningly to preserve their histories. Her ongoing art project is VGB Journals (for Very Good Book), and founder of the Black Letter-Writers’ Society. She resides in Allen, TX with her mother and sisters.
About The Black Paradise Project:
The Black Paradise Project is a collaborative concept created by visual artist Yannick Lowery and counseling psychologist Dr. Kimberly Ashby. With support from Mural Arts’ Porch Light program and the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services, the Black Paradise Project will partner with Black-owned businesses, organizations, and individuals to host monthly joy-based events. Space will be created for Black people to experience relief through self care.