“First, Marianne Fairbanks went big. Then, she went little. Very little.
In 2016, then an assistant professor of design studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she launched a “social weaving project” called the Weaving Lab, by the Image Lab created by cartoonist Lynda Barry at the campus’ Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.
For two summers, Fairbanks and a small team of UW students took over the Image Lab space, installing four large floor looms so that anyone could pause at a loom, think about the big questions she’d posted beside each, and weave their own contribution to the collaborative tapestries.”Read the full article at: https://captimes.com/news/business/with-pocket-sized-hello-loom-weave-got-it-made/article_fcf1f880-6ee0-5083-b678-5b2e07166e52.html