Where is the tapestry being exhibited?

The tapestry is being exhibited at Women’s conferences, community events, schools, Universities, and museums, as well as political and religious events. 

Contact Brecia if you  would like to exhibit the tapestry at your next event!

You can see current and upcoming exhibitions on our Events page:

How do I get a Loom Kit?

How do I stay connected to watch the project grow?

Where do I send my finished weaving?

Order for yourself or your whole group in our online store. It’s Free!  We just ask for you to pay shipping to cover our costs.

You can also learn to make your own!

Where do I send my finished weaving?

How do I stay connected to watch the project grow?

Where do I send my finished weaving?

Mail to: 

Brecia Kralovic-Logan 

4164 Mount Hukee Avenue 

San Diego, Ca 92117  USA

Fill in the contact sheet to mail in with your weaving so we know who its from. 

How do I stay connected to watch the project grow?

How do I stay connected to watch the project grow?

How do I stay connected to watch the project grow?

Be sure to sign up for the WWV newsletter for updates on exhibits, events, and fundraisers. 

You can also visit our Facebook page:

What do I need to do to participate?

 You’ve heard the call and this art project resonates with you- what’s next? 

  • You can participate as an individual by ordering a loom kit or by making your own.
  • Everything you need to know to set up your loom, weave, and finish your story cloth is in the instrutional videos on the WEAVE page.  Watch the Videos
  • When you have completed your woven story cloth, mail it to Brecia along with your woven story cloth contact sheet.
  • Then stay connected on Facebook to watch the Women’s Woven Voices tapestry evolve. You are now a part of this empowering international community of women.

How does my group schedule a workshop with Brecia?

The Women’s Woven Voices project may be the perfect program for your next group meeting, retreat, conference or informal gathering.

Call or email Brecia to coordinate a workshop with your group:

What do I need to know to lead my own workshop with my group?

Whether it's with a group you already belong to, or one you'd like to bring together for the first time, Women's Woven Voices is a great way to connect through writing, weaving, and sharing. 

Learn some suggestions on how to get started and create a safe place to join together on our SHARE page.

Can men get involved?

Anyone may participate in the project including men. It was designed to call attention to women’s experiences and issues, and has now evolved to include everyone in the conversations and solutions that are forming compassion and mutual respect.

Men, you can actively listen and allow women to tell the story of their lives, as a catalyst for change, particularly by opening up discussions about issues of domestic violence and sexual abuse in a safe and supportive way.

EVERYONE can promote resilience, compassion, open communication, healing and peace in individuals and communities.

Please visit the Resource page.

You can add your financial support by donating.

How else can I support Women's Woven Voices?

You’ve written and woven your story cloth, shared your story and become a part of the international art project Women’s Woven Voices. We urge you to consider this a beginning. Circle back to the Mission of the project and recognize that by sharing your story you have become a catalyst for change and contribution.

You are now part of a community that promotes resilience, compassion, open communication, healing, and peace.

Let your light shine! Take positive action. Look around your community and find ways to make a positive difference. Continue to connect with other women to support each other. Join groups, organizations, and movements that foster equality, respect and kindness towards all.

Share your journey on the WWV facebook page.

Share the project with women everywhere.

Contact Brecia if you would like to exhibit the WWV tapestry at your conference, international venue, Women’s summit etc.

You can also DONATE to help cover the costs of exhibiting the project.