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Blue Jean Sisters is an evolving artwork by Australian artist Belinda Smith that is raising awareness around Modern Slavery and the fashion industry, and reflecting the social and environmental practices of ethical fashion brand Outland Denim. The goal is to create an installation of 2000 dolls made from reused and recycled denim and anyone can make one!

From September 2018 to March 2019 participants can attend making days, host their own doll making gatherings and download the pattern to make at home. Ministry of Handmade in Brisbane are hosting a Making Day on the 2nd December inviting makers and sewers to bring an old pair of jeans from home and participate in adding to the growing collection of denim dolls.

This project is one of seven artist and social enterprise collaborations for A Fierce Hope, the keynote exhibition for Brisbane’s newest art and cultural hub – Adderton: house & heart of mercy, opening in June 2019.

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WHEN
December 2
10:00 - 15:00
WHERE
Ministry of Handmade
11 Eclipse Street; 4035 Bridgman Downs; Australia
Bridgman Downs, QLD 4035 Australia

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Phone +61414467405
TOPICS:
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ORGANIZER
Belinda Smith
www.plummerandsmith.com.au
LINKS:
https://ministryofhandmade.com.au/event/blue-jean-sisterssunday-2-december/

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