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Forthcoming 3-day Course

February 10, 2014

A new 3-day course will run from 28th-30th March. The format is the same as the weekend option, but allows valuable extra printing time.
Further details

Forthcoming Weekend Course

December 15, 2013

The next weekend course will run on 8th-9th February 2014; there is currently one place available. Further details

Textile Artist

November 30, 2012

Textile Artist is a beautifully-designed and valuable new on-line resource for students, graduates and textile aficionados, recently launched at The Knitting and Stitching Show. Joanna is featured in a series of interviews with members of the 62 Group of Textile Artists, currently celebrating their 50th year.

In Discussion with the 62 Group of Textile Artists

November 21, 2012

Joanna will be chairing Surviving in the Workplace as part of a Symposium organised by the 62 Group of Textile Artists at The Knitting and Stitching Show, Harrogate.

In their 50th anniversary year, members of the 62 Group of Textile Artists, invited artists and curatorial professionals will reflect on their individual and collective practices. The symposium will offer the unusual opportunity to meet and share discussions with a large number of the Group’s artists, as well as giving Group members the chance to meet and interact with their viewers. Six pertinent topics will be discussed in small informal focus groups to encourage interaction.

The Knitting and Stitching Show, Harrogate International Centre
(Hall F – Basement); Saturday 24th November 2012, 1.30-4.30pm.
The event is free, but booking is required.
For more details on the six focus groups: 62 Group

A Thread Runs Through It

July 24, 2012

‘A Thread Runs Through It’ is a new commission for Airdrie Community Health Centre, east of Glasgow, Scotland. The three large-scale works are sited in the reception and entrance areas, and aim to encapsulate key aspects of Airdrie’s past in bold, abstract compositions that make reference to astronomy, blotting paper, baking and confectionery, linen weaving and ironwork foundries. Screen-printed and stencilled on linen, the imagery is applied in layers, gradually building up and stripping away colour.

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