Protest banner making workshop hosted by artist Sarah-Joy Ford at The Everyman, Liverpool as part of Homotopia 2022.
Protest banner making workshop hosted by artist Sarah-Joy Ford at The Everyman, Liverpool as part of Homotopia 2022.
Protest banner making workshop hosted by artist Sarah-Joy Ford at The Everyman, Liverpool as part of Homotopia 2022.

In this workshop you will be able to tell your own Queer story, share a memory, protest or idea, as you create your own mini LGBTQ+ textile banner which can be hung on a dowling rod ready to be marched with or hung up.   

You’ll be using heat bond applique, hand stitching and embellishment techniques and tassel making. All the materials will be provided and you will be able to take your banner home with you. There is no previous experience necessary, and everyone is welcome!   

Sarah-Joy Fordis a Manchester based artist and researcher, who explores the complexities and pleasures of queer communities, histories and archives though their work.  

Time details

1pm - 3pm

Upcoming events

Sunday 26 February 1pm Garret Theatre Limited Availability

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