A series of workshops on Monday Mornings in the New Year to share concerns about the environment and explore how we can help , as we create textile panels for the Loving Earth Project . All welcome – see for more details see http:// http://quakerarts.net/event/loving-earth-stitch-and-chat-workshop/
Some proposed minor amendments to QAN’s constitution will be put to the AGM on 8 May. Please take a look at this document in advance. It sets out the changes and why they are needed.
Stevie Krayer writes about the Words for the Earth poetry evening we held online in October: A recording of the event is now available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja8urOCIifk Back in September I was admiring the beautiful panels contributed to the Loving Earth project and wishing I had one stitch of craftwomanship in my creative fabric. My medium
Our newsletter and Annual Report will be sent out later this week. They are now available on our http://quakerarts.net/documents page. The AGM will be held on Sunday evening, 27th June, by Zoom . All welcome. If you are not on our mailing list you will need to email us for Zoom details.
In September 2020 I was introduced to craftivism thanks to the Loving Earth course I did online via Woodbroke. The meditations, the panel making and the Covid pandemic really deepened my thinking about how I live and what choices I can make to effect change. As well as beginning to alter how and where I
Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre in Walton on Thames is planning an exhibition ilion of panels already made for the Loving Earth Project in January, alongside a range of events – many of them online. Watch this space! http://quakerarts.net/events/If you have a panel in progress and would like it included in the exhibition, please try and
For an independent review of this book by Gordon MacLellan, see https://www.celebrationearth.org/post/kiss-the-earth
We had a great time at Swarthmoor Meeting House in July; papers and minutes from our 2019 AGM are now on our Documents page . At our recent committee meeting we agreed we’d like our 2020 AGM to be in the Spring. We hope to have a QAN event at Yearly Meeting Gathering, but would