Survivor Stitch-In


Survivor Stitch-In remembers the long history of quilting to create a supportive safe space at OCAD U for survivors of sexual violence and their allies to come together, support each other, create a collaborative quilt, and in so doing, raise awareness that the stories of survivors are many, varied and important.

 
DateWednesday, November 16, 2016 - 5:00pm to 11:00pm

Phone

416.977.6000x2119

Cost

Free.

Email

jko@ocadu.ca

Location

Student Gallery, 52 McCaul St.

Survivor Stitch-In is a free supportive and activist event for the OCADU community. The Survivor Stitch-In draws on the long history of quilting, and specifically on the work of the Monument Quilt, based in Maryland USA, and provides gathering space for survivors of sexual violence and their allies to create quilt squares that will be sewn together into a larger quilt and displayed at OCADU. 

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Wednesday November 16 - Friday November 18 from 12-6pm daily

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 1pm - quilting square instruction session

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 2-4pm - Health & Wellness Centre supportive staff present

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Survivor Stitch-in is generously supported by: ODESI and the OCADU Material Art & Design program

Organized by the Health & Wellness Center and the Student Gallery

 



Monument Quilt sample
DateWednesday, November 16, 2016 - 5:00pm to 11:00pm

Phone

416.977.6000x2119

Cost

Free.

Email

jko@ocadu.ca

Website Location

Student Gallery, 52 McCaul St.

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Monument Quilt sample
Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - 5:00pm to 11:00pm

Survivor Stitch-In is a free supportive and activist event for the OCADU community. The Survivor Stitch-In draws on the long history of quilting, and specifically on the work of the Monument Quilt, based in Maryland USA, and provides gathering space for survivors of sexual violence and their allies to create quilt squares that will be sewn together into a larger quilt and displayed at OCADU. 

____

Wednesday November 16 - Friday November 18 from 12-6pm daily

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 1pm - quilting square instruction session

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 2-4pm - Health & Wellness Centre supportive staff present

____

Survivor Stitch-in is generously supported by: ODESI and the OCADU Material Art & Design program

Organized by the Health & Wellness Center and the Student Gallery

 

Venue & Address: 
Student Gallery, 52 McCaul St.
Email: 
jko@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416.977.6000x2119
Cost: 
Free.
Monument Quilt sample
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