Happy New Year – first post of the year

       I thought you might enjoy this exhibition.  Compton Verney > Fabric: Touch & Identity FABRIC: TOUCH & IDENTITY ‘A CLICHÉ-BUSTING PROJECT, WHICH PUSHES PAST EASY ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT GENDER AND SEXUALITY.’ The Arts Society Magazine Playful and provocative, this exhibition explores how

Re-connections Catalogue from Liza Green – artists books at Upright Gallery

Open Wednesday through Saturday 11.00 – 16.00 until 19 December. https://www.uprightgallery.com/about.html 3 Barclay Terrace – see website for Covid details. Re-connections-Catalogue-1.pdfhttps://edge-textileartists-scotland.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Re-connections-Catalogue-1.pdf Artists have been active in printing and book production for centuries. Artist books have appeared in a wide range

Estorick Gallery in London

  If anyone is allowed to venture this far – the Estorick Gallery has the following exhibition.  If you don’t know it, it is a quirky little gallery near Highbury Corner. https://www.estorickcollection.com/exhibitions/italian-threads-mita-textile-design-1926-1976?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MITA

Have a look at this website

https://www.textilemonth.nyc/   “Today the world of art and design is confronted with a debilitating lack of knowledge concerning textiles. Architects, artists and industrial designers as well as fashion designers no longer know the materials they work with each day of