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"Wear Your Happy" Workshop
with Karen Arthur


When: Sunday 14th July 2024

Time: 2-3:30pm

Where: Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, Bohemia Road, TN34 1ET

Free, booking essential as limited capacity.

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Join artist, designer and fashion icon Karen Arthur for her "Wear Your Happy" workshop aimed at helping you reclaim your joy, wellbeing, and identity through your clothing.


During the workshop, you will be encouraged to draw on childhood fashion memories, including moments learned through parents and carers, as well as to explore more broadly how joy and freedom are captured by what we wear and how we can incorporate that into our future fashion choices.


The workshop involves reflection, writing, drawing, and/or sharing. It promises to be a fabulous, friendly and fun event with wellbeing and style at its core.

"I believe passionately in the power of clothing and accessories to enhance your mood and uplift your spirits. Be it colour, fabric, or a memory, whatever we adorn ourselves with, we can decide to stand up, stand out, and feel wonderful. How will you wear your happy today?" - Karen Arthur

Participants are encouraged to bring or wear an item that brings them happiness. It might be their own or one from a loved one, alive or passed on.

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About Karen Arthur

Karen Arthur is a broadcaster and menopause diversity campaigner. Founder of Menopause Whilst Black the podcast and GoldDust Radio show ‘Can We Talk’.

A former Teacher, Fashion designer and stylist, Karen founded the movement Wear Your Happy to empower people to harness the power of conscious clothing choices to aid positive well-being.
Karen’s previous Art works have been featured in 2021 Sky Arts documentary ‘Statues Redressed’ and award winning 2022/23 exhibition by The Migration Museum ‘Taking Care of Business’ in South East London where she formerly resided.

Karen relocated from London to East Sussex in 2022. 

Follow Karen on Instagram.
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