Books

Common Threads, An Eco-Art Book by Sharon Kallis

November 16, 2014

I recently received a copy of Sharon Kallis’ Common Threads (New Society Publishers*), a new book on creating community-based eco art installations. Focusing on empowering readers to rethink landscape art and its purpose, this book is a study in how we have traditionally used park land and green spaces, and provides suggestion for new ways to […]

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East Coast Book Tour – Wrap Up

November 5, 2014

Our epic book tour came to a close tonight, with free cake from our bartender. I can’t believe that it is over. I am going to miss @kpwerker & @craftivista so much! #dc #Washington A photo posted by Leanne Prain (@leanneprain) on Oct 10, 2014 at 8:59pm PDT Phew, has it really been three weeks since my […]

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West Coast Book Tour Finale: Portland, Seattle & Vancouver

October 12, 2014

Kim, Betsy, and I wrapped up the West Coast portion of our Make Your Voice Heard tri-author book tour on Tuesday night. I’ve been resting, repacking, and recalibrating every since. It was my intention to write about Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver separately but we didn’t have many moments of rest in the last two cities […]

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Greetings from Oakland!

October 3, 2014

It’s day three of our Make Your Voice heard tour, and Kim Werker and I are working away at a Peet’s Coffee Shop in Oakland, California. Yesterday we had a fabulous day of touring San Francisco with artist Sonya Philip who gave a true tour with stops at Scrap San Francisco (@scrapsf), a non-profit urban recycling […]

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California, here we come!

September 30, 2014

A yarn bombing of Union Square by IshKnits, 2013 In less than 24 hours, Betsy Greer, Kim Werker and I will be in San Francisco! We’re so pleased to be starting our multi-city author tour Make Your Voice Heard: The Intersection of Craft, Creativity, and Activism of North America to celebrate our three new books. I hope that […]

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