“Look, a Woman on the Front Cover of Tate Etc!”

Women always appear on the front cover of glossy magazines, right?  In the art world, not…

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Geometry Girls

We have designed so many Geometrics Workshops now and we’re excited to be producing more – some inspired by this Chanel collection…watch this space! You can browse some of our geometrics events here and more here!  

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GRAPHIC KUDOS?

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COLLAGE AND SEW?

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Geometric Patchwork Pictures

Check out the next The Geometrics workshop, GEOMETRIC PATCHWORK PICTURES, with artist Emma Neuberg on Saturday 12th March 2016 at 1.30pm (GMT) at Textiles Hub London. If you’re a member it’s half price, of course! Check it out here!

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ALEXANDRA GERSTEIN PRESENTS ‘THE FREE GEOMETRY OF OMEGA WORKSHOPS TEXTILES 1913-1919’

We’re delighted to announce that Alexandra Gerstein, curator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the Courtauld Gallery, London, is presenting an exclusive paper to the Slow Textiles Group on 27th April 2013. As curator of Beyond Bloomsbury: Designs of the Omega Workshops 1913 – 19, one of her specialisms is the Omega Workshops, twentieth century…

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The Geometrics’ Diamond Patchwork Workshop!

Click to read.   Pop Art Geo by The People’s Print.  (available July 2013)

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Pattern, Textiles & Fashion on Film

Quentin Jones for Kenzo Pre-Fall 2012   You may have noticed that we embrace animation and film narratives as integral to contemporary textiles practice. This is because textiles manifest time and story-telling in their very DNA. Even digital code is textiles inasmuchas each pixel echoes the needlepoint stitch or punchcard hole in order to make the…

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Happy New Geometric Year 2013!

Thank you for sharing a wonderful 2012! We hope you love this Jonathan Saunders pattern digitally animated by Emma Neuberg and we look forward to more inspirational, ground-breaking and fun events together in 2013!  

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CO-CREATED VIRTUAL PATCHWORK

The Slow Textiles Group spent a great weekend inspired by Liberty’s of London quilt-maker, Katherine May, teaching hands-on fabric geometrics. Then, following STG director, Emma Neuberg’s instruction in how to convert these into digital animations, members of the Slow Textiles Group worked together on the first ever co-created virtual digital patchwork. Katherine May, Geraldine Peclard, Katie…

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