Northern Ireland's Linen Biennale celebrates the past, present and future landscape of linen through an extended arts festival, presented and hosted by multiple venues across the region. It it taking place in August, September and October 2018.
'Manchester Goods', Trading a Global Community: the Role of the Merchant Community in the Rise of Manchester as a World Centre for Textiles in the 19th Century.
This collaborative doctoral award is jointly supervised between the Science and Industry Museum, Manchester and the School of History, UEA. Deadline 14 July 2019.
Recent Royal College of Art graduate Lorna Hamilton-Brown's music video promotes the therapeutic benefits of knitting for mental wellbeing and helps to break the stigma of talking about mental health.