Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Textiles and more

Before we tempt you with more textile treats from The Three Shires Festival a quick reminder that you can catch Jamie Walker and his guitar tomorrow night (Thursday) at the Hollins on Black Road.

Meanwhile Friday sees the unveiling of the winner of the Jobling Gowler prize.You can view this at the exhibition of the finalists and winning entries at Jobling Gowler's solicitors office/ light and spacious exhibition space on Park Lane.

Saturday has the Colour and texture in needlework day school at the Heritage Centre with prestigious speakers Kaffe Fassett, Diana Springall ( hope you've seen her collection at the Silk Museum?) and more. Booking essential.
The loop is an architecturally nosy creature, so we'll be heading along to Visualize for a double treat: an exhibition of work by three contemporary artists, creating fine art contemporary textiles and a chance to have a look at the newly restored Fence House on Buxton Rd.
If there weren't so many things happening locally we might nip into Manchester on Saturday to scour the first Manchester CONTENTS MAY VARY Art Car Boot Fair: an exhibition about the high-end art market delivered within the format of low-end trade.....but there's no time!

The Hollins, 262 Black Rd 01625 424920

Jobling Gowler 250 Park Lane Heritage Centre, Roe Street, Macclesfield 01625 612045
Art Car Boot, Chips Building, Old Mill St, Great Ancoats, Manchester.
Three Shires Textile Festival
Visualize at Teneight Studios, Fence House, 84 Buxton Rd

1 comment:

Macclesfield Loop said...

There will be a review (tomorrow, 6.7.09) of the 'Colour and texture in needlework' by a loop reader who attended the day school.We would love to have your reviews (good and bad) of any events you attend.