AHA students participating at the Oakland MuseumPosted: April 9, 2011
On April 1st the Oakland Standard presented a communal meal and conversation centered around Egypt’s revolution, and the recent uprisings throughout the Middle East. Over roasted goat and fava bean ‘ful’ (Egypt’s national dish, pronounced “fool”), a discussion exploring the emotional impact and political relevance of the spirit of liberation that has ignited imaginations around the world. April Ful’s Night included music and spoken word, a video program in the Oakland Museum of California galleries, a live link to Cairo and handmade banners and signs screenprinted by AHA students. Amanda, Sarah, OHannah, Marcelo and Zoe set up a screenprinting booth and taught hundreds of people how to pull a print. Thanks Amanda Eicher for inviting AHA to Participate.