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Embroidery exhibition at the Masbro Centre, Hammersmith

Great to visit the Masbro Centre in Hammersmith, London,today and see work done at our embroidery sessions on display. Katrina, who led workshops, is here pictured with people’s work – and their stories. Huge thanks to Katrina for doing such a wonderful job – and to Martha Romero who helped to organise the sessions.  

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Medieval embroidery at the V&A Museum

Great to visit the V&A Museum today with our embroidery group from the Masbro Centre, Hammersmith. We went to see Opus Anglicanum – an exhibition showcasing English embroidery from the early Middle Ages. Our volunteer Katrina Williams has been working hard at the Masbro Centre with the group on various designs over the past months. […]

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Education Pack

Heart of Conflict Education Pack – free download

We have produced  learning resources to accompany our exhibition Heart of Conflict at the Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro. To download, click here. We’re indebted to the Royal Cornwall Museum for supplying photography and also to the photographer Hannah Wright, who worked as a volunteer on the project. The Royal Cornwall Museum will be holding educational workshops throughout […]

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Skateboard design competition 2016 – winner announced

Cornish skateboarder Max Whetter – who flips burgers to finance his art – has won this year’s Whatever It Takes competition for a new skateboard design with a tower of burgers, buns and relish reflecting his life in the kitchen. Max, 27, was born in Truro and now lives in Newquay. “The reason that my […]

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The team: Valerie Grigg, Rose Taylor and Susan Roberts

Latest Bridging Arts news

Keep up to date with projects like Heart of Conflict via our blog: essential reading  – informal news about what we’re doing, people we’re meeting and plans for the future.

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Heart of Conflict exhibition open now in Truro

Heart of Conflict, our exhibition on World War One in Cornwall, is open now at the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro. It was great to see so many old – and new  – friends at the opening. The exhibition will run until the end of June 2017.  It is wonderful to have so many stories and objects […]

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