Our June 2023 Newsletter has just been sent to subscribers (it’s available here to view online). It contains Andy O’Hanlon’s report from the Quaker Universalist Group Conference on creativity, news about QAN’s project in collaboration for the Committee for Children and Young People to celebrate the anniversary of George Fox’s birth –– Fox@400, an introduction
QAN Committee Members Sean Jacke and Andy O’Hanlon are seeking names of those willing and able to join in the leadership and administration of the network, which has recently become a registered charity. QAN is looking for individuals to help guide and support its mission and exciting work in expanding membership across diverse art forms/approaches,
Our December 2022 Newsletter has just been sent to subscribers (it’s available here to view online). If you aren’t a subscriber and would like to be, please don’t hesitate to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “subscribe”; it’s the easiest way to become part of the Quaker Arts Network.
As we approach the end of the tenth year of the Quaker Arts Network, it’s very heartening to see the range of arts events we have been able to nurture, publicise and create. The initial focus on visual arts has broadened and we’ve also been enjoying some wonderful poetry, music and drama recently. These often
To honor that legacy on the 400th anniversary of George Fox’s birth in 2024, QAN will begin working in partnership with Children’s and Young People’s Committee (CYPC, Quaker Life) and young Friends around the UK to support the creation of short, animated films exploring the contributions of George Fox and early Quaker history. This project is still
Hi, Friends. If you’ve recently joined QAN, chances are you got a welcome message from me, however I’m actually pretty new to the project myself. I’m pretty new to the UK really, having just moved here from Germany in the summer of 2020. A year ago, after about a year of attending Meeting at Hampstead
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