Explore how textiles have been used in historic and contemporary protests, looking at examples from PHM's collection.
Explore how textiles have been used in historic and contemporary protests.
Looking at examples from PHM’s collection, this online session will inspire and motivate participants to have a go at creating their own textile art on the issues that matter to them.
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Links to subjects:
Art, Textiles, History, Politics, Citizenship
Be inspired by the textile creations of participants who have taken part in our monthly public workshops.
Use The Fabric of Protest resources to create textile pieces about issues that matter to you.
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