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Artisan Stereotypes Redefined

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Ava

Brighton, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer with the Allston Brighton Food Pantry, placing the food orders for its weekly community meals and its food basket distributions.
Why are you participating?: 

We tend to make snap judgements about others. This was probably a useful and necessary instinct in the deep past, but our lizard brains haven't caught up to our current, complex reality.

Cindy

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
One day I was in the grocery store. One item I was purchasing was Oreo Cookies for my son. The elderly man in back of me commented on how good they looked. He hadn't had one in years. I paid for my items and handed the Cookies to the cashier and asked him to place them in the man's bag. I hope that they tasted as good as he remembered.
Why are you participating?: 

There is way too much negative in the world. We are quick to see the negative and evil. Take a minute and do a kind deed for another. Even if the kindness is nothing more than a smile.

Catherine

Oro Valley, AZ
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I promote local artists. I am a potter and am eager to promote using handmade items in our everyday lives, from hand thrown coffee mugs, to blown glasses. It's not about my art, it's about using anyone's art in our daily routines. Let's move away from the disconnect we sometimes feel and close this gap by including handmade articles in our rituals and routines. Let's all recognize how truly connected we are to one another.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating because I'm a 51 year old, self-employed potter, who loves art, the outdoors, and adventure. I am very busy with my production work and i frequently am running events back to back.

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