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My bags are packed, tickets are bought and printed out and sit where I will not accidentally leave them, I have pens and paper and something to read and something to knit, and – the most important thing – my … Continue reading

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The Early Textiles Study Group is hosting a conference called “Precious Cloth and Court Culture AD 400-1600”, which takes place at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, on September 16 and 17. The conference will explore court textiles and furnishings from both … Continue reading

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Time for a post about interesting things, some of which you can participate in! If you are in the Southampton area, there’s a project about dexterity in flintknapping:With motion capture. How cool is that! If you’re more on the other … Continue reading

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As of today, registration for the IMC in Leeds is open, and there is even a late call for papers. Registration will remain open until May 14. I’ve been to the IMC once, and it was an utterly glorious time … Continue reading

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I’m travelling to Paderborn today to take part in a workshop about object-oriented research on clothing… so you’re not getting a proper blog post. Nor will you get any blog post tomorrow, as I’ll still be workshopping and travelling, to … Continue reading

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For those of you in the London area and with no plans for tomorrow, you could go to the Art Worker’s Guild and attend the MEDATS meeting about textiles on the move. (Sorry for the utterly short notice – I … Continue reading

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We’ve been planning the next European Textile Forum for a while – in fact, starting to look for a good date usually takes place very shortly after a Forum has finished, and we have all recovered a little bit. Then … Continue reading

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