A Traveller’s Tale

Image Credit: Jill Edwards Within the Walls, Kestle Berton. Cotton warp,wool,cotton, linen weft, 160x160cm © Jilly Edwards

The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath BA2 4DB

01225 388569
enquiries@holburne.org
http://www.holburne.org/events/tapestry-weaving-a-travellers-tale/?instance_id=10669

Wednesday 27 September 2017
3pm – 4pm
Opening Hours: 10am to 5pm
Admission Fee: £7 (includes admission to Tapestry: Here & Now)
Booking recommended
http://www.holburne.org/events/tapestry-weaving-a-travellers-tale/?instance_id=10669

Grant Gibson will ask Edwards about her work leading up to the Tapestry: Here & Now exhibition and beyond to her publication Joy. Accompanying them will be the publication designers Dr.Me.com who will discuss working with Edwards.

Jilly Edwards is an International tapestry weaver who trained in Bristol and Edinburgh and has exhibited and travelled around the world. Grant Gibson is the Editor of Crafts magazine with a wide interest in curating, architecture and design.

Grant Gibson is UK-based design, craft and architecture writer whose work has turned up in places like The Observer, New Statesman, The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, FRAME, Dwell, House & Garden and quite a few others. During his time Grant has been editor of Blueprint, deputy editor of FX, and acting executive editor of the RIBA Journal. He was also the launch editor of the London Design Festival Guide. He's currently the editor of Crafts, as well as a contributing editor to the Dutch architecture title MARK and a regular columnist at Onoffice. In 2011 Grant was made an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Art. 

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