Sarah Campbell Studio

Mon 11th May 2015
1.30 - 4.30

Sarah Campbell's Studio
Gipsy Hill, London

Sarah Campbell Studio

Sarah and her sister Susan established Collier Campbell in the 1960’s supplying Liberty’s and Habitat amongst others. Sarah now working on her own, invites us to her studio where she paints, draws, cuts out, sticks, prints, sews, writes and invents. £15
This event is now fully booked

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Sarah Campbell Studio

Sat 16th May 2015

Sarah Campbell's Studio
Gipsy Hill, London

Sarah Campbell Studio

Sarah and her sister Susan established Collier Campbell in the 1960’s supplying Liberty’s and Habitat amongst others. Sarah now working on her own, invites us to her studio where she paints, draws, cuts out, sticks, prints, sews, writes and invents. £15
This event is now full.

events@textilesociety.org.uk

Tour of Moravia

18 May - 25 May 2015

Tour of Moravia

Starting in Prague we will go to Olomouc. The tour is expected to include a visit to Olesnice for the Modrotisk fabric printing, a tapestry centre, the footwear museum in Zlin, folk museums and some textile archeology and much more.
This event is now full. »

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London ATF

Antique Textile Fair

Sun 4th October 2015
10:30 to 16:30

Chelsea Old Town Hall
King's Road, London, SW3 5EE

London ATF

The unique characteristic of the Textile Society’s Fairs is the quality of the objects for sale, and the informed and enthusiastic conversations you will have with dealers who have been in the business for many years, each year never fails to inspire.

Admission fees apply.

atflondon@textilesociety.org.uk

Amsterdam trip

21 Oct - 24 Oct 2015

Amsterdam

Amsterdam trip

View exhibition Asia in Amsterdam – The Asian culture shock of the Golden Age at the Rijks Museum. Visits to Marken to look at folk costume, behind the scenes at the Amsterdam and Rijks Museums and much more.

This event is now fully booked.

events@textilesociety.org.uk

Architecture and Textiles

6 Nov - 7 Nov 2015

Whitworth Art Gallery & Museum
Oxford Road
Manchester M15 6ER

 

The keynote speaker will be Alice Kettle, well known contemporary textile and fibre artist.