Naomi Purvis explores the artist Grayson Perry and his female alter ego, Claire, questioning whether or not there is a deeper artistic meaning behind his act of crossdressing. While tapestries and ceramics are what you would find at a Grayson … Continue reading ISN’T IT FUN TO DRESS UP?
In our last issue, Naomi Purvis explored the idea of using art and craft practices as a form of activism and as a way of encouraging the conversation of controversial topics. Jess De Wahls is an international artist, encouraging social … Continue reading Interview: JESS DE WAHLS
Naomi Purvis discusses how arts and crafts can be an incredibly powerful tool of protest and activism in the right hands. Today, activism and protests are something we find ourselves familiar with in response to controversies surrounding subjects such as … Continue reading CRAFT AS ACTIVISM