Rose Sinclair describes for The Museum of the Home the history of textile making by black women in the Caribbean in the early 1900s and its role in community building, in this video filmed for The Museum of the Home as part of their Windrush Day 2021 programme:
“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?”
Conversation 2: Equity is…Diversity + Opportunity
When: 6 May 2021, 3:15-5.15 pm
Rose Sinclair will be one of the speakers at the event. More information can be found on the NSEAD website. Register for a free ticket via EventBrite.
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.
When: Friday April 16th, 10 am
Rose Sinclair will be one of designers and researchers featured in “Craftivism: Making a difference”, a programme due to be aired on BBC Four on Monday 1 February 2021 at 10 pm (afterwards, it will be available on iPlayer). The host of the programme is comedian Jenny Éclair.
Rose will be talking about Dorcas Clubs, her Caribbean Front Room installations, and Black women and crafting.