Doll making for a cause
Join us for this FREE workshop
Supporting the ‘Blue Jean Sisters Project’ by Belinda Smith
Kelli Donovan of Pure Pod will be running a doll making workshop at Creators Nest in support of Belinda Smith’s ‘Blue Jean Sisters’ project.
‘Blue Jean Sisters’ is a project by artist Belinda Smith that responds to the ethical activities of clothing brand Outland Denim – a social enterprise providing sustainable employment and training opportunities for women who have been rescued from human trafficking and sexual
Modern Slavery effects over 40 million lives in many of
the poorest countries and three quarters of this alarming
figure are women and girls.
Join us on Saturday March 16th, 2-4pm.
EMAIL us to BOOK a spot
Blue Jean Sisters, one of six art and social enterprise collaborations commissioned by new art and social justice centre, Adderton Brisbane and will be featured in their inaugural major exhibition ‘A Fierce Hope’ in August 2019.
Find out more about Belinda’s project here.
Photo credit: Plummer & Smith website and Nat McComas
Hear more about Outland Denim on Clare Press Podcasts -