Black and White together Project 2020

Photo with permission from the Black and White Together Project FB Page. WIP shot

Ok so I may have mentioned this project several times before but I really wanted to do a post about it now that the project is coming along. Over 250 people have sent in warped squares from 20 countries around the world. The project is in honor of African American bead artist Joyce Scott and will incorporate over 3000 components.

Photo with permission from the Black and White Together Project FB Page. WIP shot with Prof. Sam Norgard

Here is a photo of the project and it’s team leader Prof. Sam Norgard, ambassador for IBW – International Beading Week, held by the International Beadworks Guild. The team putting all the warped squares together did a call out for more black warped squares so I managed to make some more for the project and sent them on their way to America where the project is being put together.

The IBW is such a great innovate and is such a fantastic way to bring the beading community together, while creating such fantastic collaborations . This year’s is All colors.

It has been amazing watching the project coming together and being apart of an international project.

For more about the project you can visit:

https://norgarddesigns.com/

All the best Lou.

Published by Louise

Hey there, most people call me Lou and I am a passionate dreamer and creator of funky beaded creations. I dream of having my creations featured in galleries and am working to make that dream a reality. When I am not working or creating I am spending time with family and friends, reading or watching movies.

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