Craftivism Camp 2018


Craftivism Camp 2018

Enrollment ends Sunday Feb 25th, 2018
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The simple definition of Craftivism is: the use of craft to agitate for positive change in the world. This can be anything from yarn bombing a park with knitting or crocheted hearts to making a dozen pussy hats to distribute at a march for justice.

There will be a new lesson every week. Those will include a knitting project and a background lesson from each of us, followed by our joint suggestions for continuing on with knitting, craftivism, and activism on your own and in groups moving forward.

You will be able to join the discussions and interact with your teachers as well as other students.

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Course Information

Estimated Time: 5 weeks


Course Instructors

Donna Druchunas Donna Druchunas Instructor

An entrepreneur for over 15yrs, I've dabbled in all kinds of businesses. From self publishing, knit design, website sales, teaching, mentoring, and more. I love to see other people succeed in whatever their endeavor may be. I'll be able to give you a jumpstart to start your business, start a hobby, website, and make you a success in the craft industry. This is my business and it supports me, my husband, three cats, living in a large farmhouse in Vermont USA.

Heather Marano Heather Marano Instructor

Heather Marano is an anthropologist and archaeologist. She studies textiles in western and non-western cultures and teaches classes on knitting, spinning, gardening and natural dyeing of fibers and fabrics. She blogs at and lives in Orinda, CA with her husband, two sons and cat Raven.

  • Enrollment in this course closed on 03/01/2018.


Fair Isle Message in a Hat

Knitting as a Political Act

Intarsia Mitts

History of Political Crafting

Going Further

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