Dates for your diary

25 August – 20 October 2021
Helen MacRitchie
Health and the Climate and Ecological Emergency
University College Hospital, 235 Euston Road, London NW1 2BU and online
Our way of life, including the provision of healthcare, is harming the planetary life support systems that we rely on. Our response to this crisis may vary: from measured expressions of hope through to feelings of despair. Art is one way of articulating and processing these feelings and of sharing envisaged solutions.

18 September – 26 October 2021
Joy Merron
Somerset Reacquainted: Community
Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Coal Orchard, Taunton TA1 1JL
Part of the Somerset Reacquainted Tour and alongside the Somerset Open Studios event, the Community exhibition will present a visual manifesto, drawn from Taunton’s broad artist community, highlighting the purpose for making art, the value of art and artists and their contribution to the county. Somerset Reacquainted: Community aims to showcase the wealth of individual artistic practice in Somerset, together with a sense of collective identity and purpose.

12 – 17 October 2021
Helen MacRitchie
Thame Art Crawl
Thame Museum, 79 High Street, Thame, OX9 3AE
The Thame Art Crawl aims to celebrate the local art scene in their gorgeous little corner of Oxfordshire. Helen’s work will be in the windows of Johnsons Cleaners, 20A Cornmarket, Thame, OX9 2BL and in the Thame Museum.

21 – 31 October 2021
Helen MacRitchie
In search of possibilities
The Art Pavilion, Mile End Park Clinton Road, E3 4QY
The latest annual exhibition from the International exhibiting group Prism Textiles, who work together to dispel the common preconceptions surrounding Textiles, and embrace both the contemporary approach and the rich traditions of cloth and stitch. The group’s annual exhibition showcases the work of its members through selected curation to achieve this goal.

30 October 2021
Linda Row
Foraged Colour Workshop
Victoria Works Studios, London Road, Chalford, Nr Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 8HN
Sustainable clothing and textile designer Linda Row, will be teaching eco-friendly dyeing techniques, using a variety of natural fibres and foraged plant materials in the Foraged Colour Workshop. Participants will have an opportunity to dye a variety of yarns and will leave with a collection of unique, naturally dyed yarn, perfect for their own individual projects. 

3 – 7 November 2021
Julie Heaton
Embroidered Arts
Bargehouse Oxo Tower, Barge House St, London SE1 9PH
The Hand & Lock prize for embroidery presents Embroidered Arts, an exhibition of global embroidery in fashion and textile arts, and their biggest exhibition to date. The Embroidered Arts exhibition showcases the most exciting cutting edge, contemporary and historic embroidered arts from around the world. From military uniforms to protest banners, interior design and couture fashion, embroidery permeates every aspect of our culture. Discover the story of the skilled embroiderers whose expertise brings beauty and precision to the material world.

27 – 28 November, 4 – 5 and 11 – 12 December 2021
Angie Parker
Made in Bristol Gift Fair
Bristol Beacon, Colston Street, Bristol, BS1 5AR
Made in Bristol once again present up to 200 designer-makers as they take over the foyer of Bristol Beacon this Christmas with three bumper weekends packed full of local talent. You’re sure to find a gift to give someone you love this Christmas.

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