Talks for Groups

For current online workshops have a look here.

Zoom talks for groups

I am happy to give talks for groups via Zoom about my practice and exhibitions, about Criminal Quilts or a bespoke talk for special interest groups outside of textiles such as local history. I can also offer talks about professional practice for students or early career artists.

 I got so much from your talk. The careful thoughtfulness you bring to materials, subject matter and community projects has affected me more than I realised. Specifically, I was in a conference …..During the debates and discussions I found I was taken back several times to things you had said in your talk about valuing existing textiles and using what we have. So your talk stayed with me … empowered me to be more outspoken in the conference … and now I appreciate there is a link between your practice and the values of the Fibreshed movement.  I don’t think I have ‘felt’ this direct connection across disciplinary boundaries before – to realise the mechanism  – how art changes how we look at textiles and our social selves – and can influence how changemakers speak to power.

Susan Dye 2020

I have a pro Zoom account and have been running events on Zoom since March so it should all run smoothly.

Zoom talks in 2021 are £110. 2022 bookings are £120

I am not taking bookings for in-person events in 2021. In 2022 onwards I can only do talks no more than an hour’s drive from Loughborough.

Please see here for talk options and then return to this form to select the preferred talk. Please also read Terms and Conditions / guidance notes here before confirming a booking.


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