Join us for our first Pussy Hat Project Knit In inspired by the Pussy Hat Project USA that supports and highlights the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements through the eponymous kitty-eared, naturally-dyed pink hat. You can dye your wool with us in the studio beforehand – we show you how! All ticket sale profits will go to the Pussy Hat Project USA: “The Pussyhat is a symbol of support and solidarity for women’s rights and political resistance. Make a hat! Give a hat! Wear your hat! Share a hat!”
There’ll be lots of other amazing textile craft activities taking place at our studio party, so please join us from 6.30pm on Friday 23rd November at Textiles Hub London.
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We’re always applying our research to support graduates to help them feel a sense of community, understanding and belonging. We also provide individual tutorials and group meet-ups to help share experiences and learn from older generations.
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Slowly but surely the international community is coming up to speed with the relationship between colour, pattern and containment with the new retrospective of Fahrelnissa Zeid coming soon to the Tate Modern in London, UK.
Slow Textiles Group members will be familiar with our CEO, Dr Emma Neuberg’s analysis of modernist abstraction in art and its relationship with psychology. We have yet to read about this in other people’s publications but at least we can now live it in this exciting new exhibition! Message us if you’d like some seminars on the subject. TATE MODERN exhibition details here.