Coinciding with the Alke Schmidt exhibition 'Tangled Yarns'
at the William Morris Gallery, this hands-on workshop explores how artists have used stitching onto film to create moving image artworks which explore the politics of cloth.
In the morning participants will have a brief tour of the exhibition, followed by a screening and discussion of artists who work uses cameraless film processes to explore analogies between film and fabric as mediums
In the afternoon session, participants will use needles, thread and sewing machine to explore the creation of cameraless films by hand using fabric.
Concessions are available for Waltham Forest residents, students in full-time education and no.w.here members. Tea and coffee will be provided, please bring a packed lunch or visit the Gallery Tea Room.
Bookings are taken through William Morris Gallery. To guarantee your place email email@example.com
or call 020 8496 1470.
No previous experience is required.
Led by James Holcombe and Rosalind Fowler.