THE GEOMETRICS Exhibition Opens 19th April 2013 at 6pm in London!

Html Patchwork designed and curated by Ele Carpenter, animated here by Emma Neuberg. Click it to own it!

Which Hexidecimal Colour and Code is Correct?

Calling all Maths and Computer Science teachers – don’t miss a design show that embraces mathematics from hexidecimal number arrangements to computerised laser jet systems all in the name of fashion and textiles!!

This is The Geometrics Volume 1 Exhibition: Textiles, New Media, New Work!

Join us for the Private View or one of the many exciting events listed here. There will be a book launch to go with the show too on May 4th 2013!

The artists and design thinkers exhibiting in this exciting new show bring open source systems to textile design that embrace maths, geometry and creative, decorative and stunning cultural interpretations of these! We look forward to welcoming you soon!

In Celebration of the Slow Textiles Group’s First Exhibition STG Members Soon to Have to Access Unique Research & Inspiration Pages!

In celebration of the first STG exhibition THE GEOMETRICS, Slow Textiles Group members will soon be able to access unique Research & Inspiration pages filled with theoretical references and links to enrich the learning, creating and teaching experience.

This will be a fabulous new resource to make personal and professional creative life easy and adjoin the two where relevant.

All the featured references tie in with new knowledge connectivity, research links and routes to greater insight, understanding and expertise.  Check out what other benefits come to members here!


We’re delighted to announce that Alexandra Gerstein, curator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the Courtauld Gallery, London, is presenting an exclusive paper to the Slow Textiles Group on 27th April 2013. As curator of Beyond Bloomsbury: Designs of the Omega Workshops 1913 – 19, one of her specialisms is the Omega Workshops, twentieth century textiles and the artist’s relationship with design and commerce.   Her paper, THE FREE GEOMETRY OF OMEGA WORKSHOPS TEXTILES 1913-1919, starts at 3.30pm.

(code W30):  Tickets HERE from just £15!

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