Women’s Arts Association at Chapter in Cardiff

On one of the hottest October Sundays recorded, the Women’s Arts Association held its annual meeting in Chapter, one of the best known hubs of Cardiff creativity.






The rug on show is made from old t-shirts.  Meg Kingston had copies of her new book “MonSter and the Rainbow” about living with disability – seen here with Patti Flynn who founded Butetown Jazz.

WAA sends out a free email of events to anyone who signs up, and the annual meeting is one of its events where we can enjoy a social catch-up and workshop occasion after lunch.  And elect the committee, of course.

Today, two designers and seamstresses of Zolibeau (their upcyled and re-invented clothes can be seen at http://www.zolibeau.com/ ) and creative writer Rebecca Parfitt (find her at http://asuddenstorm.blogspot.com/ ) cam equipped with exercises in their respective arts.  WAA can be found at www.womensarts.co.uk

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