Case Study

Woven in Practice

A wide shot of AIDS quilts laid out in a huge square in America

exploring textile practice

WOVEN in Practice was an online conference event hosted by the Centre for Cultural Ecologies in Art, Design & Architecture and the Technical Textiles Research Centre in the School of Art, Design & Architecture at the University of Huddersfield in association with WOVEN in Kirklees. 

Inviting delegates from a range of sectors and backgrounds, the event explored a range of practice-orientated contributions in fashion and textiles and provided an opportunity for practitioners to share their work with others and to engage in conversations about the values of textiles and making.

Speakers included:
Dr Catherine Dormor, Reader in Textile Practices, Head of Research Programmes, Royal College of Art
Anna Watkins discusses seaweed, Slime and Mad Science.
Olufemi Adetunji explores Textile Making in Changing Climate in South-Western Nigeri

Visit the website to watch the full programme.

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