On Thursday 25 November, 62 Group member Hannah Lamb explores some of the fascinating stories that textile archives can tell us about the social and political history of British textiles.
Showing examples of 19th century printers and dyers recipe books from the collections of the Bradford College Textile Archives, she will examine the global connections hidden deep within their pages. Hannah will also discuss how archival research has influenced her own creative practice and share examples of her work.
Thursday 25th November 2021
Suitable for age 14+
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