Collective Craftivism: Saturday, December 9, 11am-2pm

Craftivism: a tool for social change that uses creativity, mindfulness and love to create a more conscious and just world.

Come join us in the power of collective crafting. Craftivism is for everyone!

Materials provided.

December 9, 11am-2pm

MPS Art Therapy Department
5th Floor Gallery Space
132 West 21 Street

Facilitated by Ayde Rayas, ATR-BC, LCAT 

  • The objective for the Collective Craftivism Workshop is primarily to give people a voice and a space for reflection. Craftivism can raise awareness of current political issues.
  • Through gathering around the theme of crafting and activism people can share stories and connect through planning collaborative artistic actions.
  • The unhurried process of embroidery and the use of colored pencils gives the participants an opportunity to meditate on their words and images with intention and mindfulness. The act of making and wearing political buttons is a way to share ones message with others.

Free and open to the public, please RSVP to [email protected] or 212.592.2610

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