News & Events: July 2014

  1. Future Craft at Heal’s

    Heal’s, London launches Future Craft- a new collection of furniture and textiles that retain traditional values of craftsmanship and quality while embracing the latest technologies and design innovations.

  2. Current Exchanges at Dovecot

    The exhibition Current Exchanges at Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh celebrates the connections between the Australian Tapestry Workshop in Melbourne, and Dovecot by bringing together recent tapestry work from both institutions.

  3. Alnoor Rugs for Diacasan

    Diacasan’s latest collection of rugs for 2014 are by French designer Alnoor, who has been working with the company since 2012

  4. Magic Carpet in Morocco

    During April 2014, as part of Heritage Days in Casablanca, the French Institute presented the installation Magic Carpet 2014 by French artist Miguel Chevalier in the former Church of the Sacred Heart.

  5. Paris Haute Couture Week 2014

    On 6-11 July 2014, Paris was taken over by the world’s elite couturiers in a display of unique, handmade dresses.

  6. FABRICation: Textiles for Pleasure

    FABRICation is a touring exhibition featuring the work of seven artists, based in America all of whom ‘incorporate a textile sensibility’ in their practice.

  7. In Wool We Trust

    Timeless, natural and versatile, wool was put in the spotlight by students from ECAL, Lausanne at In Wool We Trust, 17 – 22 June, Design Miami/Basel 2014.

  8. Artist Textiles at the TextielMuseum Tilburg

    ‘Artist Textiles. Picasso to Warhol’, which recently showed at the Fashion and Textile Museum London, has moved to the TextielMuseum Tilburg. Offering the fascinating history of artist textiles within Europe and America from the last century, the show is a visual treat for lovers of art, textiles, fashion and interiors. Textiles designed by Dali, Miro,… Read more »

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