My trip to Lincoln was wonderful, working in the four schools with the refugee children on the signature theme was a privilege. The work from the schools will be put together in new quilts for the symposium next April. Jen from the IQSC did a great job organising sewing packs for everyone and the teachers […]
Published: 25th October 2014
Themes: collaborative, embroidery engagement handmade identity signature text
Sat Nov 1st 4.30pm I am speaking as part of “Pankhurst in the Park” a series of public art events in the pavilion in Alexandra Park, Manchester. The talk celebrates Remembering Emily a collaborative cloth I instigated in 2013with 100 participants to mark 100 years since the death of Emily Davison. I am presenting a […]
Published: 25th October 2014
Themes: collaborative, crafts engagement exhibition quilt signature text
My exhibition at the IQSC in Lincoln, Nebraska opens in September. It showcases several of my recent collaborative signature quilts alongside a selection from the Nebraska collection. Research stems from a fellowship at the IQSC in 2010. Investigating and documenting these early cloths will not only inform the new collaborations but help to shed light on this […]
Published: 2nd October 2014
Themes: collaborative, embroidery engagement handmade identity quilt signature text
This is the latest collaborative signature project on display at Touchstones Gallery, Rochdale until March 2014.
The blog address is http://pleasesignhere.wordpress.com
Published: 9th March 2014
Themes: collaborative, commission embroidery engagement exhibition identity quilt Rochdale signature text Touchstones
This recent signature cloth marks the centenary of the death of Emily Wilding Davison at the Epsom Derby in June 1913 and pays homage to the banner on display in the Museum of London, made up of the sewn signatures of suffragettes imprisoned in Holloway in 1911. It is part of the www.100deeds.co.uk.
Published: 6th December 2013
Themes: collaborative, embroidery Emily Davison engagement signature text
See my Remembering Emily post for background information. This cloth was part of the Wilding Festival on the 15th June at St George’s in Bloomsbury where Emily’s memorial service had been held. It was carried in the procession by her descendent and draped in the church where her coffin had stood 100 years ago. Thanks to Sarah Evans @ artwithaheart
Published: 1st December 2013
Themes: collaborative, embroidery engagement exhibition identity signature text
The finished work will be displayed in the cafe of Touchstones Gallery from the 15th June for 2 weeks.
Working on the Hepworth project, over the last six months, a collaboration with poet Shamshad Khan and a group of women in the Falinge area of Rochdale is so interesting. As ever the catalyst is a creative collaboration, but the outcomes in terms of discussions and sharing are so varied and wonderful. Our cloth and poems are shown in the cafe of Touchstones Gallery from 15th June.
Published: 15th June 2013
Themes: collaborative, embroidery engagement handmade text
The Remembering Emily cloth petition will be displayed at the People’s History Museum on Sat 8th June as part of an event about EWD.
One of my kantha pieces has recently been acquired by the Denver Museum of Art for their new textile gallery.
Published: 9th June 2013
Themes: collaborative, commission embroidery engagement exhibition identity quilt signature text
Respect and Protect the World Aids Day Quilt is a handmade collaborative quilt made up of hundreds of red ribbons and cross stitches. It is now on permanent display at the Terrence Higgins Trust HQ in Grays Inn Rd in London.
Published: 8th May 2013
Themes: collaborative, commission embroidery engagement quilt text
A collaborative project with groups in Blackpool, made as a wedding gift for Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011. As much as celebration of Blackpool and its people as the royal event, the quilt brought many disparate people together in the making
Published: 30th April 2013
Themes: collaborative, commission embroidery engagement quilt signature text
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