LUKAZA BRANFMAN-VERISSIMO

Making Envelopes to Stay in Touch

Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo is a queer, Jewish-American, African-Brazilian artist, activist, educator, storyteller & curator who lives and works in Oakland, CA. Branfman-Verissimo’s work is informed by her commitment to craft and community, her engagement with society, and interests in storytelling and cultural geography. Her work has been included in exhibitions and performances at Deli Gallery [Long Island City, NY], EFA Project Space [New York City, NY], Leslie Lohman Museum for Gay & Lesbian Art [New York City, NY], STNDRD [Steuben,WI],Yerba Buena Center for the Arts [San Francisco, CA], Signal Center for Contemporary Art [Malmo, Sweden] and San Francisco Arts Commission, amongst others.

 

Let's make mail together! Let's make envelopes out of scrap paper! Let's transform anything into mail art for our loved ones! To relax and get my mind of off things, I make packages and envelopes and mail art for friends and loved ones who life far away and in my city. Suggested materials: scrap paper/newspaper, tape or glue, stamps, pen, scissors.

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