Sammy Jean Wilson
Sammy Jean Wilson hails from rural Wisconsin and inner-city Detroit. With a diverse multi-racial background (African American, Caucasian, Native American), they distinctively represent the cultural variety of BIPOC. Working in the domain of digital art/mixed-media illustration, with the intent that art can be made anywhere in this format. Their content muses an alternate history; re-appropriating images of the past. Focusing on stereotypes and identity as they relate to: race, body politics, class, self awareness, storytelling, food and culture
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Hat Hare Company Pop-Up
Customization and styling consultations
2/13 + 2/14
12 pm - 9 pm
Hat Hare Company has become one of the buzziest local fashion items in Miami. Making one-of-a-kind custom hats, her fedoras are objets d’art and coveted by the chic and trendy throughout the city. For the first time, founder Destin will do a pop-up workshop, giving personal consultations about ideas for their hats, creating pieces that will express the identity and style of the owner.