Website linked on Netzwerk Mode Textil in GermanyRead More
Last winter we made plans to join Claus Jahnke for show at the Jewish Museum in Vienna. Historical clothing from Claus Jahnke’s collection of Austrian Jewish pre-war clothing were included in the display.
The photos I took of his collection that were used in the display were also used in the catalog Buy From Jews! Story of a Viennese store culture
The opening night was special with many of Claus' friends from around the world. Plus the President and Vice President of Austria.
Maxie Schwerin, Claus Jahnke, Lynn Katey, Roz McNulty and Gisela Mueller at the opening of ‘Buy From Jews! Story of a Viennese store culture’ at the Jewish Museum in Vienna, Austria.
Our Social Fabric (OSF) is a textile recycling initiative that has been in operation since 2009. In October 2015 we closed our storefront on Hastings Street and prepared to re-locate with our non-profit partners, Common Thread and Craftworks.
OSF receives donations of textiles, fabric left and sewing related supplies from the film industry, theatre, manufacturing, estate closures together with home sewers and artists. Our team of volunteers sort through the donations and offer them back to the community at drastically reduced prices. Our goal is to keep textiles out of the landfill and into the hands of crafters, sewers and artists in our community.
Check out the article in the Georgia Straight that used my photograph.
Green Living: Local nonprofit Our Social Fabric gives textiles a second life
by Lucy Lau on May 17th, 2017 at 1:11 PM
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• e-mail: email@example.com
• To volunteer: firstname.lastname@example.org
• To donate: email@example.com
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