Bring Your Own Brat

6–8pm, Tuesdays

  • Instructor

    Sacha Vega

  • Pricing


  • Dates

    November 1 – 22

“The dance between your desires and the authority of a room.” Stemming from a craving to perform a tantrum in the face of conditioned modes of being, moving and seeing, Sacha welcomes questioning and negotiating throughout the workshop. Whether your brat emerges through foot stomping, vocal exclamation, a written decree, or total refusal - all are welcome.

This class will be held in-person at the Abrons Arts Center.


Sacha Vega is a lens-based artist collaging across video, performance, and language with revolving questions around choreographic prompting and haptic learning. Her work has been exhibited at Mason Gross Galleries, The Rutgers Roundhouse, Baxter St at CCNY, Java Project, Pelham Art Center, and 99cent Plus Gallery. She has been featured in publications like Outline, Nylon, Lenscratch, Der Greif and Dossier Journal. She has been an artist-in-residence at Wassaic Project, Stoneleaf Retreat and ARTHA Project.

She is 1/3 of the artist-led initiative Memory Foam and collaborates on curating exhibitions, publishing, programming and producing artist interview series. She has created artist-led workshops at Performance Space New York, Zimmerli Museum of Art and AMARDV (Healing through the Arts Summer Program). She graduated with a BFA in Photography and a minor in art history from Pratt Institute. She is currently wrapping up her MFA at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.

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