Stitching to Resist April
Stitching to Resist are discussion and embroidery sessions to discuss social and womxn related matter while creating a collective meditative work. Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread or yarn. But embroidery is also a meditative practice that can carry political meaning.
On this new session, we invite you to share your experiences and feelings around queerness. Can we understand each other beyond the binary logic of gender? What is the spectrum that opens up when you leave gender stereotypes behind?
In April Stitching to resist dedicates its space to talk together about identity, inclusive language and acceptance.
We have the material for embroidery, coffee and tea. Donations are welcome.
doors open at 18.30