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When Crafts Become Activism

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January 10, 2019

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At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer.
- Rachel Naomi Remen -

When Crafts Become Activism

"Sarah Corbett never dreamed a cross-stitched teddy bear could change her life and how she approached her career. But looking back, she realizes that thats when it all started.
Corbett, a professional campaigner for causes and charities, was preparing to board a train from London to Glasgow to give yet another workshop on training people as activists.But she was exhausted, stressed, and burning out. With a five-hour journey ahead of her, she couldnt work because it made her travel sick. Feeling a hankering to do something creative, she picked up the tiny cross-stitch kit. As she took her seat and began to work, she immediately noticed something...." { read more }

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For more inspiration read "On Death Row: Creating Art from Pain". { more }


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