“Or maybe this invitation has been a long time coming. We write to you –inquisitively, bathed in the last moments of sun lingering on the windowsill. The days stretch as we continue to create within the confines of our bedrooms, kitchens, and back gardens. We have come to realise that the most compelling work happens in moments of in-between, the liminal spaces: where plurality lies within the unknown. We have begun to accept the discomfort of designing in this state of being.
“Join us as we consider how we overcome the barriers, thresholds, gatekeepers that reduce equity of access – how can art educators and the cultural sector work together to ensure equality of opportunity in art, craft and design education?”
Can crafts such as textiles bring communities together to discuss ‘knotty issues’? Rose Sinclair will be the guest speaker at a Voluntary Arts event on the topic, discussing her research and public engagement work.