The “Woven Stories” exhibition will begin on Saturday, Aug. 7 with an opening reception from 3 to 5 p.m. and will be on view through Aug. 31 at Open Studio Project’s Gallery 901.
“Woven Stories” is an exhibition of 13 different weavings from the participants of “The We Were Never Alone Project – weaving workshops for victims and survivors of domestic violence.” In this exhibition viewers will be able to see the individuality of each participant, their strength and their stories.
Viewers will also be able to write a response of how they felt while viewing the show in the “Response Journal.” The purpose of the show is to create necessary conversations of how to support those who are victims or survivors of domestic violence, and to show that you are not alone.
“The We Were Never Alone Project” was founded in September 2020 by textile artist, art educator and survivor Bryana Bibbs. If you would like to participate in an upcoming workshop please go to thewewereneveraloneproject.org to learn more.