Session 5. The Fashion And Textile Industry: Spinning Yarns…

As the crucible of narratives, the creative and heritage industries collate extremely vibrant examples of stories defining our communities. Let’s explore the role of the practitioners as the media of a constant dialogue between the creative and heritage industries. Let’s explore how elected objects of our history can inspire the creation and stimulate a sustainable, unique and engaged relationship between the communities as users and the products as stories. An engaging way to wrap up the insightful discussions of this series of webinars, and to look beyond a siloed vision of the heritage as an inspiration for the creative industries.

In conversation with

Dr George Jaramillo, Dr Lynne Hocking-Mennie, Aural Textiles https://www.auraltextiles.com

Nicola Henderson and Helen Avenell, Highland Threads https://museumsandheritagehigh...

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