Date(s) - 17/11/2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Canadian FibreShed: Closing the Circle
Identifying the threads and connections we can bring together
Our final conversation will begin by using the SWOT* assessment as a tool to understand the national fibreshed as we have identified from the conversation on the 10th. Then the majority of our time together will be as a circle, each participant invited to introduce themselves and share what their needs are, and what they can offer others towards building a more connected and vibrant fibreshed.
Closing: Anna leads us in thinking about what actions we can take as individuals, can we find our peers or those who can use our support to move certain areas of this work forward? How do we collectively leverage our skills and strengths?
*SWOT: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats
This is the third of three in our free online conversation series The Canadian FibreShed – from regional to national; our history and future.
Featuring Anna Hunter from Longway Homestead (Manitoba) and Nicola Hodges (Sunshine Coast), and hosted by Sharon Kallis ( Vancouver).
All events will be recorded with time-limited access.
Registration is required for each event. Follow the links below for details and registration:
Nov 3 – Canadian FibreShed: Wool Processing, Weaving and Knitting Mills
Nov 10 – Canadian FibreShed: Regional to National, a Conversation
Nov 17- Canadian FibreShed: Closing the Circle
This series draws to a close EartHand Gleaners 2021 project, Weaving Our Community SkillShed: Tending Our Community FibreShed
We have copies of FIBERSHED by Rebecca Burgess available for loan to those in the Vancouver area thanks to the Shumka Centre for Creative Entrepreneurship. Please email earthandgleaners(at)gmail.com if you would like to borrow a book!
Supported by the BC Arts Council resilience funds, Vancouver Park Board: Neighbourhood Matching Fund, EartHand Gleaners Society and the Shumka Centre for Creative Entrepreneurship.
Bookings are closed for this event.