‘Gull eating fried chicken’ will be at at the knitting and stitching show in London and Harrowgate as a finalist in the UK Hand Knitting association knitted textile awards.
Stitching St Botolphs
The stitching is all finished and the tapestry ready to hung.
Please come along to the opening night!
Wednesday 9th July
The Waiting Room
The Old bus Station
off Queen Street
Join us to hear more from the artist and her project. You’re also welcome to bring along your haberdashery projects to work on with the group.
Working in conjunction with Voices of the Quarter, Stitching St Botolphs will collect recent and ancient histories from the area of the cultural quarter. These will be translated into stitch through the collaboration of local crafters.
It will link communities in the cultural quarter, and build a cultural narrative of the St Botolphs locale. The textiles work will document memories from local people, and the ancient, current, and modern architecture of this area.
Come with a story about a place in St Botolphs, a favourite shop, club, or residence. We’ll have some bring some fabrics, stencils, and acrylics. In this session we will be make walls and roofs. Clare is also bringing bonda web and calico for window frames. Donations of plain fabrics will be very useful too!
The Waiting Room
The Old Bus Station, off Queen Street,, CO1 2PH Colchester, Essex
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Birds of a Feather
Exhibition of bird attractors and repellents at The Minories gallery
The Feral Pigeon Eating Crisps will have a temporary roost at the gallery From January 2014
The Minories Gallery
74 High Street,
Colchester, United Kingdom
Tel: (01206) 712437 E-mail: the.minories[at]colchester.ac.uk
Parallax Art Fair
Chelsea Town Hall
Kings Road, London
How did I get here?
25th July 2013
Exhibition of new work
The Digby Gallery
The Mercury Theatre
15th April-12th May 2013
Private view 20th April 11.30-1.30pm
Sculptures installed at The National Trusts Bourne Mill