Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment by learning the history of handicraft as it is tied to the suffrage movement. Diving into the iconography tied to the women’s equality movement, you will be empowered to craft your own homage to the past. This webinar will showcase handicraft possibilities inspired by suffrage history – providing tips and tricks on how to create for both youth and adults.
Craft Connections to the Past
by Sarah Marsom
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About the Designer
Sarah Marsom’s work as a heritage resource consultant is rooted in empowering the next generation of community advocates and increasing representation of lesser known histories. With 10+ years of experience working in the cultural resources field, Sarah specializes in education and outreach strategies in addition to strategic planning. In 2018, Sarah was recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as the recipient of the American Express Aspire Award during the 2018 National Preservation Awards and as an honoree of the inaugural 40 Under 40: People Saving Place’s list.
Sarah has been published as a contributor in Historic Preservation: An Introduction to Its History, Principles, and Practice (3rd ed.), Belt Publishing’s Columbus Anthology, and numerous zines. Her work has been featured in Curbed, Traditional Building Magazine, and the National Parks Service’s LGBTQ America Theme Study, amongst other publications and podcasts.