Kathleen March talks about color, about fiber arts as both textural and textual, and about book arts and the idea of books as home. She also touches on feminist theory and on the need for the arts and humanities in today's society.
Maker movement, Creative ability, Oral histories, Interviews
Portland Public Library
writing, book arts, colors, crochet, fiber arts, books and reading, women and reading, women and fiber arts
March, Kathleen, "Interview with Kathleen March" (2015). Makers@PPL: Stories in the Making audio interviews. 10.
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