It’s fall semester of the 2016-2017 school year. WAM Collective will continue to hold it’s once a month study nights. What is WAM Collective you might ask? It is the Weisman Art Museum’s official student group. The focus of the group is to help bring together the WAM and U of M community through innovative and social activities. Study nights at the Weisman give students a place to relax and focus. Features of study nights include hands-on art making, gallery tours,…
Join the WAM Collective as they take over the Riverview Gallery for their monthly, somewhat studious pop-up: part lounge / coffee shop / mixer, with a different arts activity every time. The first 100 students will receive a free drink ticket for Misfit Coffee.
This time around, Lacey Prpić Hedtke will offer 10-minute astrology readings. From Lacey: “We are all made of stardust—what do they hold for you? Get a quick astrology reading and learn about what your sun, moon, and rising mean in your chart, and what might be coming up for you this next year.” Sign up for a reading in-person on the night-of.
Lacey Prpić Hedtke is a photographer, astrologer, witch, arts organizer, and public artist. She works with traditional darkroom photographic processes and public art exploring the themes of history of place, protection, magic, and remembrance. In 2017 she opened The Future, a project and residency space that acts as a community center for artists, healers, and witches. Lacey has been a part of organizing Art Shanty Projects, In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre’s MayDay Parade and Festival, The Floating Library, BareBones Halloween Extravaganza, Common Field’s Hand-in-Glove, Constellation, and Twin Cities Zinefest. She’s been studying astrology for 25 years, and has completed many astrology and tarot trainings. Lacey trained to be a medium and perform the laying on of hands energy healing with the Greater Boston Church of Spiritualism. She was a resident during the Golden Dome School’s Justice residency. Lacey lives in Minneapolis on Dakota and Anishinaabe traditional, ancestral, unceded, occupied territories. Her family is from Croatia, Slovenia, and Macedonia, by way of the Iron Range.
*Study Nights are Student Services Fee funded.