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LCF Archives: Object Reading Group

Event date
5 March 2019 (6pm to 7.30pm)
Location
Status
Open
LCF Archives: Object Reading Group

As a part of LCF's Research Fortnight programme of events, please join us for an object-based evening inspired by LCF Archives.
 

At this event, participants will be encouraged to 'read' and discuss a range of objects from LCF Archives. These events attract an interdisciplinary group, with all the members offering different readings depending on their own practice, interests and expertise - a pattern cutter and a print maker might each be able to spot and 'read' different information when looking at the same object, for instance. As well as being an opportunity to practice your observation skills and to work with objects, the event also therefore offers the opportunity to meet people from other fashion practices.
 

A complimentary glass of wine will be provided. Booking is essential as spaces are limited.
 

This event is free but booking is essential at the eventbrite link
 

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