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Touch me. Remind me I am here. is an exhibition that encourages us to touch the world. Woven, threaded and knotted horsehair binds together a diverse body of work comprising bronze sculpture, dance performance and lace, the result of Théau's PhD research.Find out more »
Celebrating folk art, hand weaving and embroidered textiles. A tradition carried on in villages throughout India.
Sally Campbells Handmade Textile’s sale includes quilts, cushions, throws, clothes and scarves.
The surprising boldness and eclecticism of Japanese fabric design will not be a surprise to those who have been following ‘all things Japanese’. For those who are new to it you are in for a delightful experience.Find out more »
Employing surrealism, the purpose is to disrupt ways of seeing and lend a hyperreality to the image.Find out more »
Exploring the unpredictable world of natural dyes. Dipping, dyeing, printing and weaving poetic magic into textiles.Find out more »
flow: a mental state in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity. Flow is characterized by complete absorption in what one does.Find out more »
Kathleen Berney, Liz Gemmell, Beth Hatton, Irene Manion and Barbara Rogers celebrate the beauty and diversity of shells. Using textile processes they re-imagine shell structures and markings, revealing the inner dynamic of patterns of growth - multiplication, repetition and variety, division and all-embracing unity.Find out more »
My work explores the effects of engaging with a particular landscape or place, and concepts of time. The fossils of Bow Wow Gorge were laid down in the Permian period about 230 million years ago, when Australia was part of the great continent Gondwana.Find out more »