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Soft Engineering Exhibition, a review of Textiles Taking Shape

In Hampshire (UK) we have been gifted yet again by the Winchester Discovery Centre with another fabulous textile exhibition. This time it is a group show by soft engineers: Alison Ellen (hand knitting), Ann Richards (weaver) and Deirdre Wood (weaver). 638단어 남음

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Chiltern Model Railway Exhibition 2018 #1

Time out with Mr Atfield on Saturday, visiting two shows north of the river (Thames).  We started at the Brentwood toy fair.  These things are a real lottery for ‘N’ gauge – it’s OK if you want to buy Hornby or buses, though – but there was a lot on offer today.  374단어 남음

Inspiration

Upcoming (Fall 2018): Textile Society of America--The Social Fabric: Deep Local to Pan Global Conference

WhiteFeather has been invited to attend the Textile Society of America’s 16th Biennial Symposium, to be held in Vancouver, BC to present a paper on her work, … 37단어 남음

Exhibitions

Mojgan Habibi : Behind the words

MOJGAN HABIBI
BEHIND THE WORDS

31 January – 18 February 2018

Mojgan Habibi’s PhD research is concerned with the use of text by politically motivated Iranian visual artists. 113단어 남음

News

José Vincench: "Gusano"

As we count down to the launch of the third chapter of On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection on January 19, we caught up with exhibition artist José Vincench. 42단어 남음

Pérez Art Museum Miami

A CREWS-themed display at the Fitzwilliam Museum: installation day

We have been dying to tell you all about a new display at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, focusing on some of the writing systems we are working on in the CREWS project. 949단어 남음

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For anyone who enjoyed the Codebreakers and Groundbreakers exhibition - or who's still planning to go see it - here's another ancient writing display at the Fitzwilliam Museum!

DEGAS, DESBOUTIN AND REMBRANDT - PARALLELS IN PRINTS

Exhibition: Degas, Desboutin and Rembrandt – Parallels in Prints

Location: The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

Date: Until 25th February 2018

Details: In nineteenth-century France, artists, critics, and their readers praised the art of Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669). 88단어 남음

Printmaking