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Weaving Voices

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Weaving Voices is a Whetstone Radio Collective podcast that stitches textile systems and traditions, economic philosophy, and climate science into a quilt of understanding. Designed to transform our thinking and actions both as citizens and material culture makers and users.
 
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In this interview with Jay and Nikyle Begay and Zefren Anderson, we learn about the long arc of relationship between the Dine and the Churro Sheep. Beyond the narratives promulgated by colonization about when this relationship began, we dive into a landscape of relationships held together by mutual care and exchange between shepherds and sheep. The…
 
Four thousand meters above the sea, Andean mountain communities have been living with alpaca for thousdands of years. Small flock shepherding is a long-held way of life, one that our guest, Mauricio Nunez Oporto, is working diligently to see flourish and sustain. He leads the Andean Pastoralist Livelihood Initiative, a multi-stakeholder project tha…
 
In this interview with Roland Geyer, we discuss the history and the effects of the interplay of economic forces and environmentalism. We'll also touch on how sustainability has been defined in the last three decades coming out of the U.N. Earth Summit of 1992 in Rio, and what this means for our textile material culture, human labor and the climate …
 
One of the most ancient fibers, silk has been cultivated for 5,000 years. The silk moth produces a filament designed to protect the moth from heat, predators, wind and water. In turn, these properties generate enduring and high quality second skin garments. Brazil (by luck and fate of Japanese immigration) hosts the Vale da Seda (Valley of Silk), a…
 
Interview with Jason Hickel; Economic Anthropologist and the author of the new book Less is More. We discuss the historic political, social, and ecological threads that led to the economic model we now exist within. Understanding the model is foundational to understanding the textile industry as it exists, and the reasons why the most sustaining te…
 
Today’s guest is from comes to us from Canada. She has been crafting since she was a child. Both her maternal and paternal grandmothers were skilled seamstresses. And she credits her love for yarns and textiles to them. Later in life, she went to fashion school outside of Canada. She gravitated towards wools and heavy fabrics with texture. She beca…
 
Today’s guest stumbled upon weaving in 2017 at a shop for local artist in her neighborhood in Minneapolis, MN A maker by nature, she fell in love with the idea of creating her own pieces, and immediately went home and bought a beginner's weaving kit on Etsy. She started weaving wall hangings and has since transitioned to weaving mainly on her floor…
 
Today’s guest describes herself as a fairly new weaver/fiber artist who came to weaving after crocheting scarves, cowls, washcloths and an occasional baby blanket for a number of years. While still employed full time at a local college, she would participate in about 5-7 local craft shows each fall. She noticed more and more crafters making similar…
 
Today’s guest is an Irish fiber-smith based in Limerick City in the Republic of Ireland. She went to art college to study printmaking but her path took a turn and led her into the world of bookbinding. A few years later she picked up knitting needles and the art of knitting and started traveling around the world. It was on her trip to Australia tha…
 
Today’s guest is an artist who works in ceramics, mixed media textiles and fiber art. Despite a rare genetic illness, she has been able to work around her disability to create some stunningly beautiful yarns and fiber art pieces After 19 years of living in Ireland where she got her start studying and working in the arts she and her family have move…
 
Today’s guest on the Weaving Community Podcast is originally from Boston but is currently living in Maine. She has a love for fiber arts that began as a child cross-stitching tea towels with her mother. She progressed to knitting and sewing, spinning, and dying. She is a trained artist and has worked as an art teacher in the school system. She make…
 
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