Knitting Us Together
A Mill Valley Community Project - Brought to you by the Mill Valley Arts Commission
Project Overview: Knitting Us Together is back for 2022 by popular demand! The Mill Valley Arts Commission (MVAC) has launched this public art project on the Mill Valley Downtown Plaza, and at the Mill Valley Lumberyard, in an effort to create public art that brings our entire community together. Thank you to everyone who participated! Everyone can enjoy the installation by walking through or driving by the Plaza and stopping by the Lumberyard. This is a temporary installation and is commonly called "Urban Knitting." It involves temporarily, and safely, covering some trees with knit or crocheted patches of yarn and flowers.
Similar to 2020, once the project is complete, the knitted squares will be taken down, washed and then sewn together into blankets and donated where needed.
The Knitting Us Together installations are viewing now through the end of October, 2022.
How you can get involved:
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