24 Apr, 2020

ARISING from Disruption

After Jane Milburn's realtime Winston Churchill study tour was deferred because the global coronavirus pandemic halted international travel, Jane pivoted to create this Virtual Churchill

 

ARISING from Disruption is a series of interviews with thoughtful, creative and entrepreneurial people stepping up and talking about how they are coping, adapting and thriving despite the uncertainty of what lies ahead.

Here are a few of our favourites:

Julie Hillier from Ministry of Handmade in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Read notes of this conversation here, or more about Ministry of Handmade here

Angela Foong, High Tea with Mrs Woo, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. Read notes of this conversation here, more about High Tea with Mrs Woo here

Sonya Philip, 100 Acts of Sewing, San Francisco, California, USA Sonya says it is OK to retreat, to seek solice and regeneration at this time of change.

You can find the rest of the series and lots of other useful information on Slow Clothing at Jane’s website www.textilebeat.com

Local Sunshine Coast storyteller Robyn Cook also featured Jane Milburn on Stories on the Red Couch recently, you can watch it here.

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