INTERWOVEN back in Dewsbury for Heritage Open Days

A group of people with brass instruments, tabla and harmonium

If you missed it back in May, there’s another chance this September to see the INTERWOVEN exhibition and to watch the video of the INTERWOVEN Ensemble’s The Story of Shoddy in Song, as well as the first screening of a new documentary charting the impact of the INTERWOVEN project since its first performance at the 2019 WOVEN festival.

There are also workshops on offer from our Making It and Growing Colour Together artist facilitators, take your pick from weaving, bundle dyeing and shisha mirror embroidery.

A total of 22 Heritage Open Days events are happening across Dewsbury between Friday 9th and Sunday 18th September and you can download a flyer/map to find out more.

INTERWOVEN is an oral history and music project that tells stories of economic migration into the textile industry from the industrial revolution to the present day, and celebrates the diverse cultural influences that migration has brought to Kirklees. You can find out more in our INTERWOVEN Case Study.


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