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Make Against the Machine: Needlecraft and the Resistance
January 21

Reserve your seats today by phone or online. Seating is limited to a capacity of 140 people in the Great Room. There is additional seating in ArtKitchen Cafe with live streaming of the panel discussion.

Fuller Craft Museum is pleased to announce an upcoming reception and roundtable discussion to celebrate the opening of Revolution in the Making: The Pussyhat Project and Threads of Resistance on January 21st, 2018. Moderated by Chief Curator, Beth McLaughlin, the panel will include Jayna Zweiman, the Pussyhat Project cofounder; Virginia Johnson, the owner/crafter/dreamer behind Cambridge stitch-lounge Gather Here; local fiber artist and craftvisit Adrienne Sloane; and Sue Bleiweiss, member of The Artist Circle Alliance and “Threads of Resistance” organizer. Please join us for an important discussion on the role of needlework in affecting social change. There will be a panel discussion and a sewing workshop. Both are included with the cost of admission. You must register separately for the sewing workshop.

Open Reception and Panel Discussion, 2:00 – 5:00 pm
Sewing Academy Quilt Project, 4:30 – 6:00 pm

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Adult, Senior, Student, Member, Children under age 12, Brockton Residents

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