Join Diana Weymar for the official launch of Interwoven Stories at The Makehouse .
Interwoven Stories is a textile project that explores the use of text, visual narratives, memory, impermanence, storytelling, and identity within community.
Diana Weymar is the creator of Interwoven Stories and you can see images of her work on her public Instagram account. @dianaweymar
During this workshop we will explore the properties of thread and how to think about it creatively. Though we will be working on our own specific pieces, the goal of this workshop it to develop a way of thinking creatively about the things closest to us to physically and metaphorically.
The Facebook page for the project is "Interwoven Stories."
Updates: May 12th opening Arts Council of Princeton. Fall show in Nantucket. New Chapters: Trans Tipping Point Project (Victoria), Build Peace in Damascus with Reem Khatib, Zen Hospice Project, Build Peace in Bogota, Interwoven Stories: Pronounce with Lucie Duclos, and The Makehouse in Victoria. A chapter from Peddie School recently handed in. Finally, pages currently on exhibit City of Princeton Municipal Hall, Arts Council of Princeton, and Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco.
The Makehouse will host Interwoven Stories sewing circles on Thursday evenings from March 8th to April 19th (6:30-8:30pm). These sessions are free to attend but you will need to bring your own supplies. We will set up a sewing machine for making new pages, and there's room for a second machine if anyone else would like to bring one.
For the Interwoven Stories project we ask the following;
All pages should be returned to Interwoven Stories to become a permanent part of the touring collection.
We ask for deposit of $20 until a completed page is returned or you can buy the page for $20 if you prefer to keep it.
Pages need to be turned in by April 19th so that they can be part of the exhibit in Princeton that opens on May 12th.
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