This weekend the Feminist Art Conference will be held in Toronto Ontario Canada, and I am happy to be able to report that ~ THE GYNOCRATIC ART GALLERY WILL be there! My mum has been helping me with our GAG-fortune cookies, which will be available free to those at the conference. We hope that you’ll come pick […]
I may be repeating myself out of insecurity, but the purpose of this blog is not one of navel-gazing per se, but rather to record my research process as I work through my doctoral project (though admittedly the two may appear indistinguishable some days). I have a motive to offer – if, and where possible – any […]
Those of you who know me personally had to have been waiting for this post! These are a few of my favourite things.. Rollitoasti Dudua Costuretas Social Club From All You Knit is Love here in the Gothic District of Barcelona.. (I think that I am going to make a large knitting necklace).
The following “wars” are in honour of my kids whom I adore, while they adore Star Wars.. (..and while I don’t know about your house, but I can DEFINITELY relate to this sort of ‘fibre wars’ at my house!) Here’s a link to where you can find a pattern to knit the Imperial Walker! And some pretty […]
A dear friend of mine just shared this amazing story with me today and I needed to share it here. I am again reminded never to take for granted the breadth of potential inherent in many traditional techniques and skills – such as knitting – for helping us to live a better, richer life. […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Breaking news out of Canada. January 26, 2015 Researcher/Maker Danielle Hogan has discovered fossils* believed to further validate the longevity, prevalence and historical value of women’s handcrafts. See photos below. *Disclaimer, all “fossils” discovered in Hogan’s oven January 2015.