I am delighted to be working with Gawthorpe Textiles Collection to create a Textiles In Lockdown commission, researching and sharing textile practice during pandemic lockdown.
Over August I’ve collected more than 300 stories of textile making during lockdown. The survey is now closed and I will be creating an ebook and podcast from the research over the next few weeks. This will be available from Gawthorpe Textiles Collection website in October. Thank you for your contributions.
Your story is a valuable part of the picture of textile making in lockdown 2020 and will be part of the Gawthorpe Textile Collection’s digital archive for researchers in the future. Your contribution may be included in a digital publication, if so Ruth will be in touch to confirm this with you. Your data (as included in this submission) may be used to create a general picture of textile practice in lockdown but personal details (including name) will not be published without your express permission.
This information will be stored securely by Ruth Singer until 30th September 2020 then passed to Gawthorpe Textiles Collection who will retain the digital data securely as a record of textile practice in lockdown 2020.All information will be kept in accordance with GDPR. Under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), it is now necessary to seek your written permission to use your data and images, which will be used to supplement the information held on our database and may be used for future research, education, publicity, exhibitions and publications. By submitting the form you have given your permission for storage and we will contact you if your words or images will be published.
Your email address will be retained and used to send you information about this project only, including publications and other marketing info when it is complete. You will not be added to any other mailing list though we would welcome you to join both Ruth Singer’s and Gawthorpe Textiles Collection’s mailing lists should you wish.