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Meet the Artist: Daniel Fountain

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Join artist Daniel Fountain for a talk about queer craft, his textile practice, and find out more about his forthcoming book.

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Join artist Daniel Fountain for a Zoom talk about queer craft, his textile practice, and find out more about his forthcoming book Crafted with Pride: Queer Craft and Contemporary Activism in Britain. This talk will appeal to art lovers and those interested in socially-engaged approaches to textiles.

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Dr Daniel Fountain is an Artist and Senior Research Assistant at Manchester School of Art. He often works with waste materials and found objects to explore themes of gender, sexuality, and identity.

For more information visit www.danielfountain.com.

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This talk will be held on Zoom and you will be sent a link to access it a few hours ahead of the event. Please ensure when registering that you input your email details correctly and that you do not opt out of receiving Eventbrite emails, as this may prevent you from receiving the link.

Please ensure that you have Zoom installed on your device ahead of the talk and contact us at the earliest opportunity at events@gawthorpetextiles.org.uk if you require any assistance.

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Organiser Gawthorpe Textiles Collection

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Gawthorpe Textiles Collection is the operating name of independent charity The Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth Textile Collections based at Gawthorpe Hall, Padiham, Lancashire (charity registration number 1182054). The charity was founded in 1959 by the Honourable Rachel Beatrice Kay-Shuttleworth MBE (1886- 1967) to care for the collection of textiles she amassed throughout her life and to make it accessible through learning programmes and displays in the Hall.

 

We work alongside Lancashire County Council and the National Trust, who together manage the Hall and its grounds.

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