For young people Careers Advice Craft and Textiles A simple act of protest Working with activist and artist, Heather Gibson, learn textiles and craft techniques to make artwork that shares your views on things that are important to you. Whether it be climate change, politics, equality or having your voice heard. Heather will share how best to use craft for peaceful protest Details October half-term, Tuesday 26th October 11:00am-1:00pm The Station, Silver St, Bristol BS1 2AG Free for 11 - 19 year olds About Heather Gibson Heather is a Bristol based, queer creative specialising in embroidery and creative producing. Since graduating from Bath Spa and working with Boomtown, she has recently turned her attention to all things HAG. Currently working to complete her residency with Artspace Lifespace at The Island in Bristol, she is creating large-scale tapestries and videos in hopes of raising money for rough sleepers in Bristol. Enamoured with difference and all things abstract, her focus lies within correcting misrepresentation and promoting social change. SIGN UP This workshop is supported by MEPC How can we help?