Weaving Social Change: Artisanship & Cultural Heritage. An informal investigation.
Craftivism is a form of activism addressing anti-capitalism, environmentalism, feminism or any other social issue or cause. Centered on practices of handicrafts, craftivism includes various forms of needlework among many other as ceramics, screen-printing, paperwork, wood, glass, illustration, etc.
In this section you will find information about initiatives and changemakers using crafts to promote, collective empowerment, action, expression and causes.
All posts have been also shared at Craftivism Lab, a Lab supported by the European Cultural Foundation: http://ecflabs.org/lab/craftivism