Making a Loving Earth Panel: Completing your panel
Time & Location
About The Event
This is a unique time in our history and we invite you to join a community textile project to reflect on how we relate to our environment and help create a legacy of this period with a vision of a more sustainable future in Merton.
This workshop will be an opportunity to share your textile panel work in progress and explore what you need to do to complete and prepare it for exhibition. You may have finished making your panel or be starting one from scratch. No matter where you are in your panel project, this is an opportunity to reflect on the Lockdown Legacy questions, share some of your responses and queries, and receive creative and technical advice as needed. We will also talk about lessons we have been learning and the actions we might take to help bring about a more sustainable future as we come out of lockdown.
Once registered we will send you some information via email on the materials you will need as well as links to videos which you may find interesting and helpful.
About the facilitators
Lottie Percival is an artist with a textile background, working in multiple mediums. She works as an Artist in Residence and technician in a school environment and also runs a variety of creative workshops and classes for adults.
Linda Murgatroyd has been running arts-based workshops in a variety of spiritual and religious contexts for many years and has participated in a number of local environmental groups. Linda initiated the Loving Earth Project.