Adderton: house & heart of mercy
22 Apr, 2021 - 22 Aug, 2021
Come and join the Nannalution!
The Knitting Nannas Against Gas and Greed (KNAG) colourfully sit, knit, and peacefully protest against the destruction of natural resources. By getting crafty, they’ve found a unique way to make their voices heard. Craftivism gives the Nannas their proud and visible identity, provides a practice for teaching and learning their activism, and sees them challenge gender and age-related stereotypes while successfully taking their protests to politicians and decision makers.
Visit Bridge Gallery to be inspired and help the Knitting Nannas save the environment stitch by stitch.
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