Map Your Code™: Music, Places and Things

October 11, 2021

Please join us at “Map Your Code: Music, Places and Things” 

Uncover unique areas of your own personal brand in this ground-breaking workshop using personal mapping to catalyze creativity. 

What are you drawn to? What are the soundtracks of your life, the food you love to eat, where you come from? In this workshop, we will explore the interplay between where you are now and where you came from. 

The goal is to identify and inform your own personal brand and goals and how the memories of your origins can consciously serve as fuel for your creativity and expansion.  You will come away from this workshop with the beginnings of a map of the connection between you and the culture you come from: its food, music, places, etc. 

Open to all participants, yet ideal for you if you’re looking for clarity on  your personal brand and/or looking to expand it.

Saturday October 16, 2021, 3 pm NYC –  EST / 2 pm Panama City, Panama (Check your local time)

90 mins. (hybrid: in-person and online). We will be broadcasting from Chashama space at 340 E 64th Street, New York, NY 10065 (Upper East Side)

Special introductory offer of $45 (Market value of $150). Scholarships available on a case by case basis (Please inquire).

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As a free introduction Watch the previous workshop to get excited about your code.

Having fun during Map Your Code Workshop. Oct. 3rd 2020 during Nobody’s Fashion Week.
MYC Flyer: Music, Places and Things



About Dissolving Borders II

This workshop is part of the public programming of the exhibition Dissolving Borders II curated by Julia Justo and Safet Bektesevic

Dissolving Borders is a group exhibition featuring the works of members of the New Latinx Art Collective. Artists in the show respond to circumstances of personal, social and political boundaries with artworks that “dissolve borders” and connect.

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