Join us for a FREE online workshop at the end of each month to explore Textile Processes and discover where Textiles can take you! We’re kicking things off on Wednesday 29th September 2021 where we’ll explore Experimental Embroidery with Textile Artist & Educator, Elnaz Yazdani. (Follow link for details)
We are excited to soon welcome our old and new textiles students into our brand new home in the School of Art, Design, and Architecture Barbara Hepworth building. Here are a few images to give you a sneak peek into the building, our new facilities and breathtaking views!
Quilting Together: Studies of Communal Quilting
Where:- Temporary Contemporary Gallery, Queensgate Market, Huddersfield
When:- Mon 24 June – Sat 13 July
Contact:- email@example.com / #perrennicola
The Quilting Together exhibition presents a selection of quilts and drawings made by Nicola Perren in response to a series of hand-made quilts made by the Meltham Quilting Bee, the experience of being a part of this group of makers and an investigation into amateurism.
Key concepts explored within the exhibition are amateur, communal making and autonomy.
As a part of the exhibition, a new quilt will be constructed and all visitors (no experience necessary) will be invited to do some hand sewing and contribute to the quilt making (if they wish).
The Laudry Pile
Looking beyond the everyday mundanities of doing the laundry, The Laundry Pile brings together a range of work from a small group of fashion activists, theorists and researchers. It includes a mix of photography, garments, illustration and performance to explore the relationship between laundry, fashion and nature, and questions how we can collectively tackle these issues.
Preview Night 7th of June 7-9pm
Degree Show 8th – 21st of June 2019
School of Art, Design & Architecture
University of Huddersfield
Just a small selection of our incredible students https://hudtextiles.com/project-type/2019/
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A big congratulations to two of our Textile Practice students who, have placed in the Bradford textiles society competition.
Emily Alsop one of our final years recieved £ 3rd prize for Print 1 category for her beautiful conversation print.
One of our first year students Libby Fotheringham was given a commendation for the Print 3 category
Congratulations to all the students who won and entered & we look forward the Design Seminar & Award Ceremoney this Friday