An introduction to the first episode of Making Meaning, a podcast by Ruth Singer exploring the meaning behind what we make.
Fallen For Criminal Quilts exhibitions 2021-22, I have collaborated with fine artist Gillian McFarland to create an installation piece reflecting the stories of some of the women in the prison photographs. The work explores the idea of women being labelled and identified by derogatory or demeaning terms. We have contrasted these with images of feminine […]
Thank you you so much for coming to my talk. You can find out more about me and my work and other things I have coming up in the links below. To order my Criminal Quilts book with free delivery, use the code FREEPOSTBOOK when you checkout. This is valid for 7 days after the […]
I’m on Sew What? podcast talking about my work, museum, history and my enduring love for historic textiles.
Thank you you so much for coming to my talk. You can find out more about the project, about me and other things I have coming up in the links below. And to order my Criminal Quilts book with free delivery, use the code FREEPOSTBOOK when you checkout. Ruth Criminal Quilts website Have a look […]
Ruth Singer interviewed for the Great British Quilter Podcast. December 2020
New case studies about women criminals and fundraising for Leicester’s new foodbank
Case Study of Bridget Warrilow, repeat offender held in Stafford prison between 1895 and 1910.
Case study of Agnes Herrity, prisoner in Stafford Prison early 20th century. Part of Ruth Singer’s Criminal Quilts project.
Case Studies of women held in Stafford Prison 1877-1916. Part of Criminal Quilts arts and heritage project by Ruth Singer