Date(s) - 03/02/2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Thursday evenings, 7:00-8:30 pm (PST)
4 virtual sessions: Feb 3, 17, Mar 3, 17
This mending guild is not about doing it the “right” way. It’s about trying new things, playing, and having fun as we repair our clothes and other textiles. Rather than subtlety and blending in, we encourage creativity and celebration of the mend!
We’ll share instructions and resources for a variety of mending techniques and focus on your specific questions. We’ll discuss how repair culture connects with our lives. All skill levels are welcome, beginner to advanced. Everyone has knowledge and experience to share and we look forward to a lively discussion and group learning environment.
A lifelong cyclist, Amy ‘Biker’ Walker delivers sociable arts activities by Makemobile, a cargo bike / studio. She wants to live in a world where we listen to each other’s stories as we darn each other’s socks. Visit makemobile.ca.
Image courtesy of Amy Walker
As a virtual series, Zoom and camera capability is required to participate.
This is a paid guild with tiered pay-as-you-can tickets:
$72 – Sponsored Placement (SP)
$87 – Volunteer Supported (VS)
$102 – Community Patron (CP)
Subsidized spaces in this program are available thanks to the generous donations of EartHand community members. For more information about our pricing scale see this blog post.
Bookings are closed for this event.