Textiles Fair, Teddington

Contemporary Textiles Fair – Hangable and wearable art

Landmark Arts Centre
Ferry Road
Teddington
TW11 9NN

Friday, 8 March 2013

6pm–8.30pm

Bar

Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 March 2013

10am–5pm

Café  Full details

Stitchfest, Ardingly, UK

Traders, Exhibition, Demonstrations and Workshops.
Scant details at the moment, more when they are released.
Book the date in your diary.

Stitchfest
Ardingly Showground

29th June 2013

Textile Exhibition, London

World Eco Fibre & Textile (WEFT) Art

Date: 18 January 2013Time: 10:30 AM
Finishes: 23 March 2013Time: 5:00 PM
Venue: Brunei GalleryRoom: Brunei Gallery Exhibition Rooms
Type of Event: Exhibition – Details here.

Kaffe Fassett Lecture

Kaffe Fassett will be giving a lecture, entitled ‘Concentrate on Colour’ on April 1st 2013 at 2.00pm.

The venue for the lecture is The Old Hall Lampeter University.

Tickets are priced at £16

The Kaffe Fassett lecture is designed to inspire and motivate. The presentation highlights works from his latest projects. These include his patchwork quilt, fabric, and needlepoint, mosaic, painting and knitting designs.

You can read more about the Kaffe Fassett’s lecture here and make a booking.

Exhibition, Cardiff, S Wales

Project Cardiff Exhibition Details

Exhibition Dates: 2 – 24 February 2013
Private View: 2 February 2013 from 6.00pm

Opening Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10.00am – 5.00pm

Venue: Milkwood Gallery, 41 Lochaber Street, Roath, Cardiff CF24 3RU
About Project Cardiff

The Project Cardiff exhibition consists of a portfolio of photographs of people who have been identified as making a positive contribution to the creative life and soul of the city.

The portfolio isn’t exhaustive, nor is it ‘Best Of‘ or ‘Top 50‘. The project seeks to capture a snapshot of the contemporary creative scene in Wales’s capital city at this time.

Whilst some of these people may have been nominated for Project Cardiff as a result of their involvement in one particular activity, many of them are engaged in numerous projects across the city. Project Cardiff represents the “do-ers” from the creative community whether these people are acting wholly under their own initiative or as a part of larger groups and organisations.

Participants, such as Marc Thomas, Editor of Plastik Magazine, pictured above, were photographed by Lann Niziblian.

A selection of images from the Project Cardiff portfolio were previously exhibited at The Senedd building in Cardiff bay. This coincided with Cardiff Design Festival and the Contemporary Cardiff initiative.

for more information please visit:
www.milkwoodgallery.com
www.projectcardiff.com