The global reach and social impact of star weaving has been possible because of creative and strategic partnerships.
At One Billion Stars, we know the power of star weaving and we want to build on this to do more.
Our goal moving forward is to focus on building more collaborations and weaving together a way forward to address our most urgent humanitarian issues like ending violence against women, racism, poverty and climate change. Contact Us to discuss how we can work together to achieve these goals:
- Developing and delivering a credited workshop package with a star weaving element for companies, organisations and schools.
- Designing star weaving kits using sustainable materials to help people and communities get started.
- Partnering with organisations, businesses and companies to build Star Weaving Communities and installations of stars around the world.
- Shine a light on communities and businesses who are making a positive impact and implementing changes in their workplace to ensure safety, wellbeing, health and dignity of everyone.
The One Million Stars installation as part of the GC2018 was possible because of partnerships with the Queensland Government, Office of Commonwealth Games, Museum of Brisbane, Human Ventures and Lumen and Cloud.
We have also worked with Arup Brisbane, Architectus Brisbane, Brisbane City Council, Redlands Performing Arts Centre and displayed 2,000 – 40,000 stars in Queen Street Mall Brisbane, G20 Cultural Program, Queensland Police, Australia House London England, The Big Design Market Royal Exhibition Building Melbourne, Stockland Wendouree Ballarat Victoria, Laneway Festival Brisbane and QUT Design Lab.
Since 2012, we have engaged hundreds of Secondary and Primary schools across Australia. The 2017 School Star Challenge for the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence included Hilda Road State School and All Hallows Brisbane. Indigenous Australian communities including Aboriginal Housing Victoria and Salt Water Murries on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), local councils, libraries, sporting teams like Queensland Firebirds, Wendybird, Pacific Women’s Alliance, Hot Brown Honey and Hummingbird House are a few of the incredible communities who have participated in this star weaving movement.
Fun Fact: Star weaving communities in Malaysia wove one million stars in 2 years! Based on these numbers 2,000 communities weaving 500,000 stars each would equal one billion woven stars. Huge, but possible!