Hidden Agenda And Crafting Change Exhibition
Exciting partner exhibitions around the theme of craft as a platform for social comment and change.
Ticket price provides entry to both Hidden Agenda and Crafting Change.
Hidden Agenda: Socially Conscious Craft
A Crafts Council touring exhibition featuring works by makers and designers who use craft as a platform for social comment and provocation. Including objects from the Crafts Council Collection by makers Jane Atfield, Stephen Dixon, Michael Marriott, Angela O’Kelly, Grayson Perry, Paul Scott, Lynn Setterington, Audrey Walker, Michele Walker and Lois Walpole alongside recent work by Doug Jones.
Hidden Agenda is a touring exhibition from the Crafts Council.
Crafting Change: Community, Protest, Utopia
This partner exhibition to Hidden Agenda: Socially Conscious Craft explores how communities throughout history have found new ways of living, protesting, and dreaming of creating a better world for themselves and the future. Curated by The Wilson, this fascinating exhibition features items carefully selected from The Wilson’s Arts and Crafts Movement, local history, and Wilson family collections. Focusing on craft objects and archival material, the exhibition explores key themes of people’s rights, utopia, war, recycling and community.
Crafting Change is supported by the Friends of The Wilson.
The ticket price is for admission to both exhibitions - Hidden Agenda and Crafting Change.
Please note the exhibition is closed on Easter Sunday 27 March.
The exhibition opens from 9.30 am with last entry at 4.45 pm
Hidden Agenda is a Crafts Council touring exhibition and Crafting Change is a partner exhibition to a Hidden Agenda.
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