Join Heather Reed (she/her) and Imriel Bissnette (xe/they) for a queer embroidery workshop in the Charlotte Coombs Haley Community Room at the Wolfville Library!
Every kit will include the option to make either the six stripe rainbow flag, or the trans flag with enough material to make one patch.
Cost: Pay what you can/by donation at door.
Heather Reed (she/her) is a settler hand embroidery artist working in the Annapolis Valley, with a particular love for upcycled materials, medieval needlework techniques, and protest art! Modern embroidery easily incorporates historical, social, and pop culture influences, anything imagined can be stitched! You can find her work at @moon_maid_embroidery
Imriel Bissnette (xe/they) is a queer, non-binary Black and Indigenous primarily fiber artist. Xe relocated to the Annapolis Valley eight years ago and plans to stay here. Their work focuses on queer and gender themes, as well as geeky fandoms (often retro video games and anime). Xe learned embroidery from Heather almost 5 years ago! They can be found at @radicalcatcreations
The Wolfville Library works to be an accessible space for community members with varying abilities. However, despite our efforts to ensure site accessibility, we regret to inform you that The Charlotte Coombs Haley Community Room is upstairs at the Wolfville Library with no elevator access. We invite you to consider this and your own personal ability before attending.
Masks are highly suggested
Accessible parking is located in front of the Library and in the adjacent parking lot to the left hand side.