Just some of the available PowerPoint lectures are:
Fabric analysis at the School of Textiles, led by Kate Wigley (right).
This one- or two-day course by Kate Wigley and Mary Schoeser includes both PowerPoint presentations and handling sessions with objects from the School’s collection.
19th century postcard of Raphael’s ‘Die vierte Stunde des Tages’, adapted by Rozanne Hawksley.
Marie-Bonaventure Lebert ‘Les Quatre Éléments’ roller printed cotton by Hartmann et fils c1810-18, courtesy Titi Halle.
Calico Printers Association roller printed cotton 1831, courtesy V&A (CIRC 350-1956).
William Simpson 'Owen Jones's design for the interior of the Great Exhibition' watercolour 1850, courtesy V&A (546-1897).
William Morris ‘Evenlode’ hand-block printed cotton 1883, courtesy V&A (CIRC 88-1933).
Liverpool Cathedral Festal Frontal designed by Cecil G. Hare 1913, courtesy the Cathedral.
Alex Walker ‘St Hilary’ silk block printed at Crysede 1920s, private collection.
Cotton roller printed by William Foxton 1928, private collection.
Marion Dorn 'Aircraft' screen printed rayon and linen by Old Bleach Linen, courtesy V&A (CIRC 241-1939).
Shirley Craven 'Five' screen printed linen and cotton by Hull Traders 1968, courtesy Francesca Galloway.
Debra Rapoport suede cape 1969, spray-painted and reinvented 2016, courtesy the artist, photo Denton Taylor.
Lectures, all by Mary Schoeser, are also offered on Ascher, Edinburgh Weavers, Liberty, Orla Kiely, Sanderson and Marianne Straub.
• Analysis of historical interiors within heritage buildings and institutions
• Reproduction of historical textiles and wallpapers
• Generation of income for museum and heritage collections
• Creation of day and weekend conferences
• External training and events
Research on suitable fabric for the restoration of the Astor family's Liddesdale Canoe.
Digital reproduction of section of printed jute textile walling to match remaining original textiles.
Research and reproduction of textiles for curtains and loose covers and sourcing of antique textiles for school room. Taken from 1837 watercolours of original room.
Research and reproduction of woven taboret stripe and other fabrics for bedroom restoration.
Support design research for hand woven silk/cotton damask walling.
Banner image: Marianne Straub ‘Elgin’ powerwoven cotton and fibro furnishing cloth for Helios 1938.
All images unless otherwise attributed are courtesy of and copyright the School of Textiles.