FREE Mini Protest Banner workshop at V&A museum

12 Jul FREE Mini Protest Banner workshop at V&A museum

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Join us at the last of our series of free events at the world famous s V&A museum in London this year sponsored by Coats Crafts (so sad we are at the end already!)

The Craft Campaign: The Mini Protest Banner

Sunday 7th September 11am-6pm

Led by Sarah Corbett, founder of Craftivist Collective.

Free, drop in (it takes at least 30minutes to take part).

Victoria & Albert Museum, Cromwell Rd, London SW7 2RL.

V&A logo

V&A logo

Craftivism activity:

Linked to the new Disobedient Objects exhibition at V&A join us to provoke thought and discussion on global poverty and human rights injustices in this Craft Campaign workshop. Whilst making your own colourful mini cross-stitched banner, you will have an opportunity to reflect upon issues you care about in a social setting. Hang your completed banner in a relevant public space to engage others in the fight for a fairer world. 

Led Sarah Corbett, founder of the Craftivist Collective

Supported by Coats Crafts who provide all of the craft resources needed. 

 

Mini Protest Banner on theme of home

Mini Protest Banner on theme of home

 
A mini protest banner hung inside the courtyard of Somerset House during London Fashion Week September 2012

A mini protest banner hung inside the courtyard of Somerset House during London Fashion Week September 2012

We also need 10 Volunteers: to help from 11am-4pm. We will provide a free lunch & future ticket to V&A exhibition. Please email craftivist.collective@gmail.com if you are interested (basic cross-stitchexperience is needed).

If you cannot attend this event, don’t forget that you can still get involved 0n  your own or in a group using our craftivism kits, blogging about your activities for this website, commenting and sharing what we do. We are a small social enterprise relying on your support to continue to exist to support you. 

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