Doll for Change #25

By Sew Like a Girl, Kimberly Becker



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My Dolls for Change are sold to support educating girls around the world. I hand-sew each doll and donate 60% of proceeds to Droty Uganda, a non- profit that builds bathroom stalls for girls in rural schoolyards around Uganda. This results in hundreds of girls at each school choosing to stay and finish their education rather than dropping out because they get their periods.

Fiber/Decorative (recycled clothing and plastic beans)

20 x 5 x 2 inches

About the artist

Kimberly Becker is a feminist artist currently living in Maine. She was the Artist in Residence at the Society of Arts and Crafts in 2019 where she was sewing her Dolls for Change. She has a degree in Textiles from Rhode Island School of Design and is completing her MFA with Heartwood College of Art. She was also trained as a Haute Couture embroiderer at Ecole Lesage in Paris, France. Her work has been exhibited at the Portland Museum of Art in Portland, ME and in many galleries across the United States. Kimberly's most recent body of work is her "House Dress Project" which was shown in a three-woman exhibition at the Cambridge Art Association and also at the Belmont Gallery of Art. Her "House Dresses" share women's stories, stories that most women have, of being overlooked and undervalued in the world. Currently, Kimberly is supporting the education of young women in Uganda with her "Dolls for Change" project....Read MoreRead Less

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