The We Were Never Alone Project is a free weaving workshop for victims and survivors of domestic violence hosted by textile artist and art educator Bryana Bibbs.
This workshop is intended only for those that have been victims of domestic violence. While people share their stories, they will also learn how to weave on cardboard loom.
This workshop is a safe and judgement-free space with up to 6 other victims/survivors of domestic violence. Because of COVID-19, all participants should bring additional hand sanitizer and masks.
This workshop is open to everyone ages 18+. You must sign up in order to attend the workshop.
To RSVP for the June 13, 2-6pm workshop please visit thewewereneveraloneproject.org/upcomingworkshops.
Sign up for the workshop begins May 6, 2021 at 9am. If you are unable to attend but would like to share your story anonymously, help in other ways, or want to learn more please visit thewewereneveraloneproject.org and follow @thewewereneveraloneproject on instagram.