Oct
16
6:30 PM18:30

Revolutionary Craft Night

Join us for the first ever craft night at Tamarack! Making is an inherently political and revolutionary act. Craft is an inherently social and anti-capitalist practice. So let’s create some space to make and think and talk and be together!

Bring whatever you’re working on and let’s make stuff together, talk about what making means in the context of revolution and create some radical beauty together! We will share skills and learn from each other, work on our own projects or collaborative ones, and create in a variety of media. Feel free to bring just about anything to work on!

The only caveat is we can’t have anything smelly, toxic or particularly messy. Tamarack is a restaurant and will be open and serving food during our meeting time, and we definitely don’t want to expose each other to anything harmful. But, this means you can grab a snack or beverage to much or sip on while you work!

We will meet upstairs at Tamarack from 6:30 - 8:30 pm on the third Wednesday of the month.

If you have any questions at all, please let me know!

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Revolutionary Craft Reading Group
Oct
9
6:30 PM18:30

Revolutionary Craft Reading Group

POSTPONED: Moved from Oct 2 to Oct 9 due to illness. Thank you for your understanding!

Join us for the first ever session of the Revolutionary Craft Reading Group! This group is open, so please join us! If possible, please try to finish the reading ahead of the meeting so we can maximize our discussion time. We will begin with the first essay from Soetsu Yanagi’s The Beauty of Everyday Things: “What is Folk Craft?” and then discuss and decide on the next reading.

We will meet upstairs at Tamarack from 6:30 - 8:30 pm on the first Wednesday of the month. Tamarack will be open and serving food and drinks in case you want a snack or beverage!

If you need a copy of the reading, links are below.

For epub click here.

For pdf click here.

So, so looking forward to seeing you all there!

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