Miriam Schapiro, Madness of Love, 1987.jpg

What lies Beneath: Women, Politics, Textiles

Curators: Naomi Polonsky and Lorna Dillon

This exhibition brings together works by women artists and collectives using the medium of
textiles to comment on gender and society.

https://art.newhall.cam.ac.uk/event/what-lies-beneath-women-politics-textiles/

Miriam Schapiro, Madness of Love, 1987.jpg

What lies Beneath: Women, Politics, Textiles

Curators: Lorna Dillon and Naomi Polonsky, Online Design: Hannah Gordon-Smith

This exhibition brings together works by women artists and collectives using the medium of
textiles to comment on gender and society.

El amor no mata by Memorarte. Photograph

Memorarte: Contemporary Arpilleras

Curators: Lorna Dillon and Erika Silva, Technical Support: Hannah Gordon-Smith

Artivist (craftivist) textile art by the Chilean group Memorarte, Arpilleras Urbanas.

Textile Art, Peace Building and Human Rights in Latin America

An online talk by Lorna Dillon, part of the Riverside Theatre's lecture series, originally recorded on 23/03/2021.

 

Leverhulme Fellow Lorna Dillon will speak about textile art in Latin America. She will reflect on the valuable work being carried out today by participatory needlework groups in Colombia, Mexico and Chile.