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Selvedge is feeling blue... Indigo study day
Tuesday, September 6, 2011 from 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM (BST)
London, United Kingdom
Join Selvedge at Fenton House in Hampstead, for an indigo study day beginning with the first UK screening of Mary Lance's feature-length documentary, Blue Alchemy. This beautifully shot film, which was five years in the making, will be followed by a talk by renowned indigo expert, author and project consultant Jenny Balfour Paul. Following Jenny at the charming 17th century merchant's house will be designer and founder of Khadi and Co, Bess Nielson, who will present a selection of her wonderful indigo textiles to buy or simply admire. Ian and Bernadette Howard, owners of Woad Inc will also be demonstrating woad dyeing in the beautiful gardens.
Tuesday 6 September, 1.30-5.30pm
Fenton House, Hampstead
London, NW3 6SP
Ticket includes entrance to the house, tea, cakes and a goodie bag full of indigo treats. Tickets, £55, concessions* £45
T: +44(0)208 341 9721 www.selvedge.org
*concessions include Selvedge Subscribers, Textile Society Members please call on telephone number above to book concessions tickets.
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