Show & Tell monthly talk series
Coming together to share, inspire and celebrate our creative core
A live, online series of talks with guest speakers in conversation with Dr RyyA. Bread to discuss their own relationship to creative practices and processes across a range of disciplines related to artistic expression, embodied practices and wellbeing.
These cyclical sessions occur monthly and operate on a donation basis.
All are welcome.
Sarah Perry BA, PhD, D.Clin.Psychol
Sunday 25 April 2021 4pm (Zoom)
Sarah is a craftivist, researcher and Clinical Psychologist. She has an interest in mental health, communities and wellbeing.
More recently she has worked as a craftivist, combining crafting with activism, as a way of using crafts in gentle, creative, active, collaborative and rebellious ways to raise awareness and question people about community issues and make the world a more joyous place.
She set up Cornwool Craftivista CIC with the aim of using craftivism to improve wellbeing and strengthen communities.
In 2020 her book "One year of street craftivism" was published to celebrate a street project she was involved in in Falmouth, Cornwall.
Sarah particularly loves yarn and uses this material to knit, stitch, crochet, felt and weave projects. Wool is her favourite type of yarn. More recently she has worked with a friend and artist who has encouraged her to think more about recyling, re-using and repairing and be more aware of environmental issues when making time to create!.
Cornwall Craftivista CIC
Sarah Perry and Marcus Williamson
Sarah Perry in conversation with Dr RyyA Bread about embodied practice.
All are welcome.