Talking and Sewing with MILE

What a treat to be invited to speak with the folks at MILE (Middlesex Institute for Lifelong Education) this month on October 6th. They were a well-informed and attentive bunch who were game to hear a lecture about plastic pollution and then hang around to sew after! We’re currently working on the Pygmy Right Whale,Continue reading “Talking and Sewing with MILE”

take a survey about the Entangled and ingested Project

Have you experienced the Entangled and Ingested Project, whether through a public talk, a sewing workshop, an art exhibit, or another event? We’d like to know your thoughts about the project’s impact and a little about you and how you think about the larger problem of plastic pollution. If you have experienced the Entangled andContinue reading “take a survey about the Entangled and ingested Project”

Upcoming event: July 26th, sewing bee and lecture, Wallingford Public Library

Join me at the Wallingford Public Library for a lecture about the Entangled and Ingested project from 7-8 PM (register here, attendance also available via ZOOM). From 5:00-7:00 PM we’ll be sewing a life-sized portrait of an animal harmed by plastic pollution from the Entangled and Ingested project in the library’s Collins room.

This Thursday: Meet your Greens

I’m excited to be joining the Rockfall Foundation this Thursday at the Wadsworth Mansion for their Meet Your Greens event. Meet Your GreensWith Dr. Katharine OwensThursday, June 16 | 5:30pm – 7:30pm Join us on Thursday, June 16 at 5:30pm at the Wadsworth Mansion outside patio. **This event is weather permitting, rain cancels**Dr. Katharine Owens will share how sheContinue reading “This Thursday: Meet your Greens”

Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation

I’m so happy to share the link from the April 2nd Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation event. This annual event invites four speakers to share on a topic of interest to the community. It’s a sign of a good event when you get as much as you give– and I found in addition to sharing, IContinue reading “Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation”

Randolph College, Lynchburg Virginia

One of the silver linings of the pandemic is getting the opportunity to visit classrooms in other places without the expense and climate impact of travel. I was thrilled to be asked to visit my AESS Board colleague and friend Karin Warren’s class at Randolph College. I shared my research and art with the classContinue reading “Randolph College, Lynchburg Virginia”

This weekend: April 2-3

This weekend, we’ll be sewing the whale from 10AM-2PM on Saturday and Sunday on Main Street in Middletown. We’re planning a little earlier time because I’ll be presenting on Saturday night (April 2nd, 2022) at the Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation’s Talk of the Towns event. This free event begins at 7PM (doors open at 6:15)Continue reading “This weekend: April 2-3”