Star Shining in London, Dublin & Edinburgh

Star weave Jam at Highbury Studio, organised by Jo Walsh (standing, 2nd from right) with London locals, including Sophia Victoria from Visiting Arts & World Cultures Connect, Somerset House London. London, Dublin and Edinburgh was a big trip. Beautiful but big. It was everything I expected and more. Not just because I experienced this with our teenage daughter, Tavina, (who we homeschool. Anyone who has travelled with kids, you get my drift) but because they are huge busy cities on the other side of the world where many of our ancestors come from. There is Scottish ancestry on my husband's side and German on my mother's side, so it was interesting experiencing this feeling of being on ancest

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The One Million Stars project acknowledges the traditional owners and continuing custodians of the lands and waters where we weave, live and play. We give our respect to elders past, present and emerging.


THANK YOU to everyone who helped to make the 2018 One Million Stars installation a reality. We did it! And it was BEAUTIFUL & POWERFUL!

The One Million Stars to End Violence project continues and is an ongoing international weaving movement created in 2012 by Pasifika weaving artist and entrepreneur, Maryann Talia Pau.

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