Taking Time: Craft and the Slow Revolution
Paul Scott And Ann Linneman
Trees In A Willow Garden. Media file: Exhibition view by Helen Carnac.
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Time in Print was a collaboration and partnership between the National Trust’s Whose Story? initiative, Craftspace, the West Midlands Caribbean Parents and Friends Association and wallpaper artist Linda Florence.
Stitching Revolutions- Stitching Circle #1
7th - 10th October 2010
Alexandra Palace, London
Artist Shane Waltener will be working live with participants on six Husqvarna Viking overlocking machines in the Palm Court Foyer. Groups of stitchers will act as one to make this new piece, Stitching Circle #1, reworking fabric from these donations.Craftspace and Husqvarna Viking present this exciting event.
Explorations by Slow Craft
You can watch the film by clicking the link in the gallery above.
We are working on another phase of this project in partnership with Bealtaine Festival http://bealtaine.com and the Office of Public Works (OPW) at Rathfarnham Castle in Dublin. A group of older people are collaborating with artists Maeve Clancy and Liz Nilsson continuing to explore the history of the castle and objects from their own homes. Lookout for a blog coming soon.
This exhibition was the result of a creative project developed by Bealtaine Festival and Craftspace (UK) in partnership with the Office of Public Works. The aim of this project was to bring alive and interpret the history, stories and architecture of Rathfarnham Castle, through a creative process that allowed time to connect, build relationships, reflect, share knowledge and lived experience.
Developing people, ideas and opportunities through contemporary craft.