Development: NOVMBER 2019 - CURRENT
SOCIAL PROJECTS | Schools, Museums, and Non-Profits
Politically Pop is a new social art project that facilitates inquiry, investigation, and creativity into personal beliefs and collective values using participatory workshops, zine making, and comic strips with communities of all ages, identities, geographies, and abilities. A special emphasis is placed on cultivating creative environments that facilitate a depth of conversation and inquiry including making space for chaos, slowness, reflection, collective culture keeping, and fun.
Formats of Politically Pop workshops include:
One time workshop that creates space to complete the This I believe:______ zine.
Tested Clients: Peer Resources + Friends
Audience: Middle school and high school youth, adults, intergenerational
Length: Approximately 60-120 minutes
Cost for 60 minute workshop: Approximately $250
Customizable one time workshop that explores a core value, belief, or question.
Tested Client: San Francisco Youth Justice Comic Con
Audience: All ages
Length: Varies. Time includes initial planning, zine creation, and workshop facilitation.
Cost: Charge approximately $100/hour. Initial 30-minute consultation is free.
A series of workshops that bring together two different groups of people that want to work together on a creative or political project.
Tested Client: RYSE + CCA Collaboration
Audience: High school + college-aged youth and young adults, adults, intergenerational
Length: Approximately three 120- to 180-minute workshops)
Cost for all three workshops: $3000
A series of workshops that start with This I believe:______ zine making and move towards participants designing and creating their own zines that help others examine specific beliefs or values.
Tested Client: Asian Art Museum's Art Speak Internship Program
Audience: High school youth, children, adults, intergenerational
Length: Multiple engagements over the course of about four months including collaborative design sessions, workshop facilitation, zine making and prototyping, training youth to facilitate zine making, and mentoring youth as they facilitate.
Cost for engagement: Charge approximately $100/hour. Initial 30-minute consultation is free.
Prices do not include materials and supplies.
TO BOOK A WORKSHOP OR POP-UP ZINE-MAKING BOOTH, contact Jason Wyman.