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Join us for a drop-in community quilt-making workshop led by queer artists Al Hill, Joe Lawn, Colin Lievens, and Eleanor Louise West.
The artists will guide you through creating a patch which will be added to a quilt, documenting personal experiences and allyship across Wandsworth’s LGBTQIA+ community. The quilt will be sewn together and unveiled in a special celebratory event on Sunday 26th June.
This is a free workshop and we welcome people of all abilities. Materials and tools will be provided. If you have fabric that has special significance to you, please bring it along.
The workshop will be held at Woodfield Pavillion on Tooting Bec Common. The venue is wheelchair accessible and has an accessible toilet. The room will be well-lit and there will be seating. The workshop is a relaxed event. If you have any access requirements, please email us and we will cater to them.
Supported by a WAF Grant through Wandsworth Grant Fund.
This event is part of the exhibition and public programme Queer Lives and Art: Radical Textiles coinciding with the 50th anniversary of Pride in London, organised by collective Shed Project. Find out about the rest of the programme on our instagram @shed.project.studio.
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