Dollies Without Borders – dollmaking session
Developed by AIM Artist in Residence, Madeline Austin, Dollies without Borders is an ongoing project of creating handcrafted dolls for children in developing countries. The project is now run by the Health Science Center Libraries. In countries of abject poverty, a doll can be the source of friendship, an object to cuddle and love, or simply a pillow. Join us the first Saturday of each month (last session is April 6th, 2019) and learn the art of doll making!