Saturday 7 October 2017, 1 – 4pm

Join lecturer, researcher and maker Angela Maddock for a practical workshop inspired by the processes and discoveries during her residency at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery at King’s College, London.

Participants are encouraged to bring along something knitted or woven that is holed, worn or threadbare for repair. You will learn two methods of visible mending – weave and swiss darning and through discussion and making, explore acts of regeneration and repair, of making good but not always perfect.

Cost: £25 includes materials and  please bring something  to mend

Booking Essential 01267 222775

Suitable for age 16+

Saturday 7 October 2017, 11 am

Angela Maddock is a lecturer, researcher and maker who’s work celebrates the tactile and explores the properties, qualities and tensions of emotional and physical intimacy.

Maddock is a PhD by practice researcher in the School of Material at the Royal College of Art, where she is also a visiting tutor in textiles. As maker in residence 2016-17 at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery at King’s College, London she explored parallels between clinical practices and skills associated with textile making.

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