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Tapping into Decolonial Joy

an online workshop led by Sunanda Mesquita, on 14th April at 6.30-8.30 pm (CEST).


Sunanda Mesquita (she/they) is a transdisciplinary visual artist and co-founder of Anti*colonial Fantasies and WE DEY x SPACE, based in Vienna. Their artistic practice focuses on the possibilities of a radical, utopian, queer, feminist collectivity of BIPoCs and topics of community, solidarity and belonging. After the completion of their Ayurveda Wellness Practitioner training, Sunanda will start to offer ancestral bodywork techniques and holistic knowledge centring on decolonial joy to support individual and collective journeys to well-being.

Tapping into Decolonial Joy is inspired by an ongoing journey from becoming a Decolonial Killjoy to moving towards Decolonial Joy. Inspired by concepts of various BIPoC artists, thinkers and practitioners we will create a personal and daily practice of tapping into Decolonial Joy.

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The workshop is aimed exclusively at Black/Indigenous/people of colour. The planned workshop language is English. There will be small breaks, time for reflection as well as opportunities to share our thoughts with each other in smaller groups. Please let us know when you register if you need a translation or any access requirements to attend the workshop.

The event is free but booking is essential. To book a place please email Rhubaba Gallery and studios with a short statement (Max 100 words) about why you are interested in taking part in the session to

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