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Care Work as Protest


Event details

Join interdisciplinary artist and BC Culture Days Ambassador Regan Shrumm on October 14 from 2:00pm-4:00pm at Fairfield Community Centre in creating your own miniature banner out of textiles to express yourself through protest. Learn about the history of banner-making—share a memory, an expression of protest and identity, or an idea through a banner format. You’ll be using heat bond appliqué and hand stitching techniques. No previous experience necessary!

For more information about the event visit here: https://culturedays.ca/en/events/b51119f6-142f-4d80-bacd-4b08b438960d

Accessibility info:

Free to attend.
The site is wheelchair accessible.
Masks are required at the event. Masks will be available for those who forgot or need them.
Gender-neutral washrooms.
ASL Interpretation provided for the workshop.

This event was made possible with local support from: Integrate Arts Society and Fairfield Community Centre.

BC Culture Days’ ambassadors are planning FREE, access-focused arts events across the province! Guided by the theme of AIR (access, inclusion, and resilience), each event is created under the creed that creativity, artistic exploration, and collaborative artmaking are for everyone. The A/I/R Ambassador Series celebrates accessibility and community care, while inspiring liberating, creative experiences for all arts and culture lovers and goers alike. Learn more here: https://culturedays.ca/en/hubs/f4841d7e-5bef-4cad-bc4b-e564c1cf9a47.



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