19 January 2018
Make art inspired by this quote:
“When you find yourself down in a hole, don’t scramble to get out. Stay there for a while and dig for something shiny.”-Betsy Cox
20 January 2018
Make art about taking time and making space to listen to the Other.
21 January 2018
Lots of conversation this weekend about faith.
If faith were fabric, the touch of it would feel like….
22 January 2018
On January 31, we’ll all be treated to something even better—the first Super Blue Moon Eclipse in 150 years.
A blue moon is when two full moons happen in the same month (or when four moons happen in one season, where there’d usually be just three and actually has nothing to do with the moon’s color. Lunar eclipses occur when the moon passes into Earth’s shadow, and supermoons occur when the full moon happens at the same time the moon is closest to Earth in its orbit. On Jan. 31, all three of these celestial events will happen at the same time.
Read more about it HERE
Make art about a blue moon.
5 January 2018
Make art about gossip, about those who feel the need to gossip, about the fear and envy that drive gossip, about the sad look-at-me of those who feel the need to stir the pot, about turning away from the gossiping tongue.
2 October 2017
Make art about the fear behind hate.
3 October 2017
Make art about the soundtrack of your life.
4 October 2017
Make art about losing your grasp.
5 October 2017
Make art about being let down.
6 October 2017
Make art about what’s out of place.
7 October 20017
Make art about coming together.
8 October 2017
Make art about remembering what you need.
22 July 2017
Make art inspired by this:
2 July 2017
Make art about natural healing.
3 July 2017
Make art about your exit strategy.
4 July 2017
Make art inspired by this quote from the Reverend Dr. William Barber, II
20 May 2017
Sewing without a pattern, a night gown I’ve wanted to attempt for months, but kept scaring myself out of trying.
Make art about attempting something you’ve been scared to try.
21 May 2017
Make art about making moments of peace among the tumult.
16 April 2017
“He fought because he actually felt safer fighting than running.”
– Richard Adams
It’s hard to empathize with the combative life attitude until we look below the surface and see it’s a protective mechanism, meant to combat the anxiety produced from a world perceived as hostile. The need to fight is really just a signal of deep fear.
Make art about the fear driving combative people, or about understanding and forgiving them.