Supporting Local Woman Artisans

Connecting and collaborating with the community is important to BWSS My Sister’s Closet. Our actions require a community response, participation, and action involving men, women, elders, youth, businesses, and groups.

Supporting Local Woman Artisans

Connecting and collaborating with the community is important to BWSS My Sister’s Closet. Our actions require a community response, participation, and action involving men, women, elders, youth, businesses, and groups.

Here are some of our recent collaborations:

Diane Wood, a local activist and artisan who specializes in unique cards, dolls, and buttons.

Farah Larki, a local artisan who creates upcycled handbags and foot covers.

Laura Harrison, a local pottery designer who creates a variety of unique pieces.

Setareh Bateni, a Vancouver-based jewellery designer creating hand-crafted collections to portray romance and tradition in a modern setting.

Anisa Mottahed, the creator of Lacy Tomboy, a line of handcrafted jewelery made in Vancouver.

Sara L’estrange, using ink art to depict her journey from escaping abuse to building a life of safety, personal power, and freedom.

Melanie Bronwen Cookson, the creator of Sovka (“little owl” in Polish) Arts & Accessories that integrates chance, punk rock, contemporary and traditional First Nations art and earth elements.

To join our local women artisan program, please call Samantha 604.687.0770

Vancouver Women Artisans My Sister's Closet

Much gratitude to Jay Peachy, Laura Harrison, Diane Wood, Jennifer Hershman, Ocean, Farah Larki, Ellery Espino and Kendra Payne for their collaboration with us in bringing awareness and support to the issue.

Every week a woman in Canada is killed by her intimate partner. BWSS is working to change that.