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Sarah Corbett's Craftivism Tree

Sarah Corbett's Craftivism Tree

 

In 3 parts Sarah's tree was created to remind herself and others (including using them as tools at workshops & talks) to remember to be strategic in our craftivism and have a vision of what effective craftivism could achieve. The tree is a perfect metaphor to think about the effectiveness of our craftivism actions & how each action is connected to our motives, results and ways of working.

 

Quick summary (find more info on www.craftivist-collective.com)

1. The rootes represent our principles & morals to work by. It's easy when you are angered by injustice to just lash out and not put yourself in other people's shoes. These morals are a useful check list for Sarah & others to root their craftivism in solid principles.

 

2. Branches represent our ways of working & actions. They are connected to our principles so actions should be strategic, respectful, treating others how you would like to be treated which all should help do effective craftivism that engages the maker and viewer/reciever in the correct way.

 

3. The leaves of the results of our morals and ways of doing craftivism. We need to have a vision of what our utopia would be and how we can get there.

   

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Taken on March 4, 2014