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Shownotes

In this very first episode of Making for Change, I talked to the wonderful Bridget Harvey, a maker, curator and activist based in London, UK. She describes the evolution of her practice, her current residency at the V&A museum, how she shares her skills and knowledge through community mending events and how she is driven to create for the greater good.

We talked about…

  • How mending is fundamentally an act of activism

  • Why we might choose to mend something (or not)

  • The value of sharing skills and creating communities through mending

  • Her privilege as an artist and responsibility to ask awkward questions

Links to some of the things we talked about:

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