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      Hand in Hand    uses the wet felting techniques that Tanya is best known for and applies it to bodies, not just as a way to experience the materiality of wool, but as a way to allow for a communal experience of making though care and nurtury. Each person felted the left arm of the person in front of them as their left arm is felted by the person behind them, creating a chain of perpetual care through craft.   The process was documented and the resulting work was exhibited in 2014 as a series of hollow arms at the Center For Craft, Creativity and Design, marking the collective action of making through care for one another.    The work aims to connect community members, teach new skills, engage the public in the making of exhibited art, and satisfy our needs for human contact while exposing individuals to craft.

Hand in Hand uses the wet felting techniques that Tanya is best known for and applies it to bodies, not just as a way to experience the materiality of wool, but as a way to allow for a communal experience of making though care and nurtury. Each person felted the left arm of the person in front of them as their left arm is felted by the person behind them, creating a chain of perpetual care through craft. The process was documented and the resulting work was exhibited in 2014 as a series of hollow arms at the Center For Craft, Creativity and Design, marking the collective action of making through care for one another. The work aims to connect community members, teach new skills, engage the public in the making of exhibited art, and satisfy our needs for human contact while exposing individuals to craft.

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      Hand in Hand    uses the wet felting techniques that Tanya is best known for and applies it to bodies, not just as a way to experience the materiality of wool, but as a way to allow for a communal experience of making though care and nurtury. Each person felted the left arm of the person in front of them as their left arm is felted by the person behind them, creating a chain of perpetual care through craft.   The process was documented and the resulting work was exhibited in 2014 as a series of hollow arms at the Center For Craft, Creativity and Design, marking the collective action of making through care for one another.    The work aims to connect community members, teach new skills, engage the public in the making of exhibited art, and satisfy our needs for human contact while exposing individuals to craft.
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Hand in Hand uses the wet felting techniques that Tanya is best known for and applies it to bodies, not just as a way to experience the materiality of wool, but as a way to allow for a communal experience of making though care and nurtury. Each person felted the left arm of the person in front of them as their left arm is felted by the person behind them, creating a chain of perpetual care through craft. The process was documented and the resulting work was exhibited in 2014 as a series of hollow arms at the Center For Craft, Creativity and Design, marking the collective action of making through care for one another. The work aims to connect community members, teach new skills, engage the public in the making of exhibited art, and satisfy our needs for human contact while exposing individuals to craft.

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