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Women & Protest: How To Be A Craftivist 

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Sat 7 October | 7pm | Foyle Studio | FREE | Ages 16+ | Talk*

mac is celebrating the launch of Sarah Corbett’s new book ‘How To Be A Craftivist: The Art Of Gentle Protest’ by hosting an in conversation between Sarah and Lucy Siegle. Join us for an insightful and lively discussion about what it takes to be a craftivist.

Sarah Corbett is an award-winning activist and the founder of the Craftivist Collective. She set up the global and award-winning Craftivist Collective in 2009 and is one of the leading spokespeople in the craftivism movement contributing to many books, journals, radio and panel discussions. She regularly gives talks and lectures around the world including at Bauhaus University in Germany, Parsons New School in New York, the Do Lectures, several TEDx talks and at the Helsinki Design Week.

Lucy Siegle is an environmental journalist and broadcaster. In her written work she specialises in environmental and social justice issues and ethical consumerism, and is devoted to widening their appeal. She is also a familiar face on prime time TV, having worked across channels on different formats, as well as having a longstanding connection to TheOne Show, on BBC1.

Sarah will also be signing copies of her new book which is available in our shop.

*This event will be filmed.

Image: Sarah Corbett and Lucy Siegle.

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