Sun, 07 Nov | The Deep End, Govanhill Baths

COP26 workshop in Glasgow: Patching stories through stitches

Part of a trail during COP26 bringing the solutions showcased by nine international designers in response to the COP26 themes of Nature and Adaptation & Resilience to Glasgow. This workshop will engage guests with the patchwork technique developed by Aranya Craft and Rahemur Rahman.
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COP26 workshop in Glasgow: Patching stories through stitches

Time & Location

07 Nov, 14:00 – 15:30 GMT
The Deep End, Govanhill Baths , 21 Nithsdale St, Glasgow G41 2PZ, UK

About the Event

This event is the first in a trail across Glasgow during COP26 bringing the solutions showcased by nine international designers in response to the COP26 themes of Nature and Adaptation & Resilience to Glasgow.

This workshop will invites guests to stitch, patch and repair our old garments that need extra care taking inspiration from Aranya Craft and Rahemur Rahman’s collaboration creating patchwork artisanal textiles made from Aranya's archival production waste.

You will need:

An item of clothing or domestic textiles that you don't mind being cut up and upcycled.

Booking information:

This event is free to attend but spaces are limited so please only sign up if you are able to attend in person in Glasgow. If you sign up and are unable to attend please cancel your booking so that we can make the place available to someone on the waiting list. 

This event is part of a Fashion Open Studio programme in partnership with the British Council's The Climate Connection global programme and campaign. Nine designers from across the world have been selected in response to the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP26 themes of Adaptation and Resilience and Nature.

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