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January 22, 2019


Today is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday and a holiday for Commonwealth of Virginia employees. My husband and I had a leisurely walk and then went to a movie we'd looked forward to seeing, Green Book. The title comes from a travel guide that listed hotels, resta...

November 22, 2018


Happy Thanksgiving from The Kudzu Project! Early this morning, we installed knitted kudzu on the University of Virginia's statue of George Rogers Clark, who is touted as the "Conquerer of the Northwest."

Depicted on horseback, Clark is surrounded by six figures on...

November 17, 2018

On Wednesday, November 14th, the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors was presented with a petition signed by nearly 600 citizens demanding the removal of the Confederate statue in front of the county courthouse. The 1909 monument was erected by the United Daughters o...

October 24, 2018

On any given day, a courthouse is filled with people of different genders, races and ethnicities, socio-economic and educational backgrounds, and varied reasons for being there. What do they have in common? In 51 localities throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia, they...

August 31, 2018

Last week protesters at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill took matters into their own hands, toppling the statue of an anonymous Confederate soldier known as "Silent Sam." Someone placed a cap that read "Do it Like Durham" on the crumpled monument, referring to...

August 10, 2018

With the anniversary of August 11 and 12 fast approaching, we citizens of Charlottesville are preparing ourselves for the worst. Even though the organizers of last year's white supremacist rally have been denied a permit to assemble here and claim to have relocated the...

June 19, 2018

The Kudzu Project was designed to be a one-time guerrilla knitting installation on the statue of a Confederate soldier in front of Albemarle County Courthouse in Charlottesville. As it happened, a passerby took it upon himself to pull it down. In his haste, he stuffed...

June 7, 2018

Since the 2015 massacre of nine worshippers at Charleston AME Church by a white supremacist who posed with the Confederate flag on social media, 110 statues, markers and school names linked to the Confederacy have been removed or changed. On Monday, the Southern P...

January 22, 2018

The Kudzu Project featured prominently in a cover story on craftivism in the January 17 edition of Charlottesville's news and arts weekly publication, Cville. The article, titled Fabric of a Resistance, described the evolution of The Kudzu Project from a guerrilla knit...

January 1, 2018

The Kudzu Project celebrated the first day of 2018 with two "flash installations" of knitted kudzu on Confederate monuments in front of courthouses in Lovingston and Amherst, Virginia. Photographs of the installations were added to The Kudzu Project's website, expandin...

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