Stitch & Resist: A Craftivism Manifesto
Through the act of craftivism we hope to make connections and community, make political statements, make important cultural objects, make a difference and make a change.
Join the Centre of Democracy as we host Tal Fitzpatrick, author of Craftivism: A Manifesto / Methodology, to learn about craftivism, and hear about Tal’s research and work. We will also provide more information on our Stitch & Resist project, and how you can get involved!
When: Wednesday 18 March, 2020 from 6pm
Where: Diverse-City, 116 Grote St, Adelaide, SA
Cost: Free, but please RSVP here.
Everyone is welcome. There’ll be a bar, food, and people are welcome to bring along any cross stitch, sewing, knitting or craft projects!
Diverse-City is an inclusive, accessible space. To find out more, visit their Facebook page.
For more information on how you can be involved with the Stitch & Resist project, visit our website or follow Stitch & Resist on Facebook!
Click here to book – Stitch & Resist: A Craftivism Manifesto
Tal Fitzpatrick is an artist, researcher, craftivist and community development worker based in Melbourne, Australia. In 2018 Tal completed a practice-led PhD research project titled ‘Craftivism as DIY Citizenship: The Practice of Making Change’ with the Centre for Cultural Partnerships at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), University of Melbourne.