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Tansa 探査 – Japanese threads of influence

February, 2022

26FebMulti-Day Event03AprTansa 探査 – Japanese threads of influence(Multi-Day Event) Price:Free


February 26 (Saturday) - April 3 (Sunday)


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Ringmead, Birch Hill, Bracknell, Berks



Event Details

Tansa 探査 – Japanese threads of influence

Preview: Thu 3 March 6–8pm
Meet the artists: Tue 1, Sat 5, Sat 12 & Tue 15 March 10am–3pm
In conversation: Thu 3 March 5–6pm South Hill Park curator Loucia Manopoulou with Professor Lesley Millar

Tansa, the Japanese word for exploration, is the link that binds this Anglo-Japanese exhibition. The project began with exploration – a research visit to textile workshops, galleries and studios in Japan, undertaken by 18 UK artists, led by Professor Lesley Millar, Director of the International Textile Research Centre at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham.

South Hill Park will be hosting an exhibition of large works – which draw from the techniques, methods, research and approaches learnt in Japan – to produce a celebration of Tansa: Japanese threads of influence.

Tansa miniatures will be on show at the Crafts Study Centre, Farnham from Tue 4 Jan – Sat 26 March.

Artists: Dr Beverly Ayling-Smith, Dr Gail Baxter, Susan Blandford, Dr Linda Brassington, Jennifa Chowdhury, Evie Francis, Janice Gunner, Sian Highwood, Peta Jacobs, Jennifer Jones, Annette Mills, Georgina Pierce, Dr Carol Quarini, Paula Reason, Hermione Thompson, Dawn Thorne, Kendall Wyatt-Clarke.

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