The Women’s Woven Voices project came to the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center on Friday, Feb. 19, as project founder and artist Brecia Kralovic-Logan handed out almost 100 free weaving kits to Carpinteria residents.

Women’s Woven Voices is an international and collaborative project that promotes women’s empowerment through writing, weaving and sharing. Since starting the project, Kralovic-Logan has gathered weavings from women all over the world to create one woven tapestry that serves as an emblem of unity, compassion and solidarity for the issues women face worldwide.

With the weavings she has collected in Carpinteria, Kralovic-Logan will form a tapestry to be displayed in the Carpinteria Arts Center in the future. After the tapestry is displayed locally, it will be added to the project’s larger tapestry and exhibited internationally. To learn more about Kralovic-Logan and the Women’s Woven Voices project, visit womenswovenvoices.com.

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