'Kissing the Shuttle' by Caitlin Hinshelwood presents large-scale textile banners created in response to research from the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, the Working Class Movement Library, Salford and the People’s History Museum, Manchester.
Caitlin Hinshelwood is a London based artist and textile designer interested in the narrative possibilities of textiles; how textiles can be used to communicate and how they can act as repositories of personal or social history.
In this event, find out more about the exhibition from the artist herself in this one-off discussion.
You can see the exhibition at any time when Cecil Sharp House is open: usually 9am-11pm, seven days a week.
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