November, December, Together

From traveling through each others bookshelves to Plan Jam Goal Friends, we have some opportunities to be online together soon! Sharon and other EartHand leaders are doing lots of work behind the scenes to get ready for what we will be offering in the coming months for both technical learning and community sharing time. Meanwhile,…

Listen While You Work…

Short cold days and long winter nights is the perfect time to get lost at home in hand projects galore. Below is a growing list of things that have inspired thoughtful listening while working on hand projects. Favourites from our executive director Sharon Kallis: Canadian actor and writer Dan Levy has been taking the University…

Wednesday nights are for making!

What is your goal or passion project- weaving or knitting? Either way we have got you covered for supportive online learning and skill sharing with a few spots open in the two following programs. Nicole Preissl is leading a Weavers Guild that starts up on October 28, coaching people via zoom on weaving small tapestry…

Get knit ready for the winter!

We are thrilled to have Nicola Hodges able to work with us still – joining us virtually from the Sunshine Coast. Time together with knitting needles has always been a part of how our community gathers, and this fall we have formalized this into a guild opportunity where a small group of knitters can inspire…

Simple Vessel Weaving Guild

Thursday evenings, 7:00-8:30, Sept 24, Oct 8, 22, Nov 5, 19, Dec 3  6 sessions – $75 Max 8 participants, virtual participation book your spot to participate here Become comfortable weaving on a form, practicing twining techniques, and building skills required for weaving garden hats in 2021! Garden ornamental and invasive seasonal green-waste are the…

Making in Parks: Stitch and Strategize Events!

Sharon Kallis of EartHand Gleaners and Amy Walker of Makemobile enjoy making in public whenever possible. In the spirit of using public spaces as places for arts and life, we invite you to bring your own portable hand work (ie knitting, stitching, braiding, weaving, carving painting, etc.) for three physically-distant making jams in three city parks….

Gifts from the Salmon Guild

Registration: 8 spaces, book your spot here. This is a part of EartHand’s pilot series of Guilds- rethinking how we learn together. The $25 monthly fee is going direct to the skill holder facilitating the group.

garden tours and mapping

Join in and help us map the garden in real time, so Sarah Holloway can create a digital map for both sites! These are free events, sponsored in part by Vancouver Park Board: Arts Culture and Engagement Dept and EartHand Gleaners Society What is a digital garden you ask? find out July 7th 7.15-8.15pm, virtual…

virtual guilds a-plenty as pilot programs

Nature and Studio Guilds:  A series of nature and studio groups that meet virtually and regularly,  to share and learn.  Led by  skill holders who focus the lens to a specific  area of inquiry, these sessions are opportunities to share seasonal delights and learnings with other like-minded individuals. Skill holders act as guides and facilitators,…

EartHand branches out to Nelson!

After involvement with EartHand over the past few years in Vancouver, Jaymie Johnson has recently relocated back to her hometown of Nelson in the West Kootenays, BC, on the traditional territories of the Sinixt (Lakes) peoples, with the Ktunaxa to the East, the Syilx (Okanagan) to the West, and the Secwepemc (Shuswap) to the North….