London Transport Museum celebrates iconic textiles

An exhibition and event series highlighting the importance of woven textiles is opening this month as part of the London Transport Museum’s Designology season. Co-curated by BA Textile Design’s Woven Pathway Leader Philippa Brock, ‘Weaving Futures’  sees a host of Central Saint Martins staff, students and alumni take over the museum.
Founded by BA Textile Design graduate Nadia-Anne Ricketts, avant-garde design label BeatWoven will take up residency from 9-10 February. Combining music and material, BeatWoven uses songs and sounds to express musical formations through textiles. Join us at the museum and see how the studio designers respond to their rhythmic interpretation of the brief.

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  • University of The Arts London (UAL)

    University of The Arts London (UAL)

    • Design

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Woven Textile Artist- Director BeatWoven