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.
View the details and get your tickets: Get My Tickets!
We’re delighted to welcome our new resident modern folk embroiderer, Alex Anne Goodwin, who specializes in textured and narrative embroidery. A modern folk artist, Goodwin’s work communicates joy, tactility and story-telling and is ideal for commissions and hands-on workshops.
We’re delighted to welcome new studio resident Kuniko Maeda. Kuniko is an award-winning artist who creates dynamic and beautiful 3D repeat structures in paper and wood. She mixes traditional Japanese techniques with the latest tech innovations to create luxurious pieces to wear and behold.
Discover more about her on our studio website.
We’re delighted to welcome new studio resident Yvette Kissi. Yvette is a young emerging artist who creates dynamic and beautiful prints in silk.
Discover more about her on our exclusive studio website.
We’re always busy collating our clients work and applying our research exclusively to their needs. In many cases, this leads to curated events and publications that bring ideas together and create new knowledge and standing for clients. Exhibitions of any size is a great way to do this!
For further details and opportunities with such projects, please Contact Us.