darning classes and workshops
14-15 March, 2015, Edinburgh Yarn Festival, Edingburgh. I’ll be running not one, but two darning master classes during Edinburgh Yarn Festival. Saturday 14 March 10:00-13:00h and Sunday 15 March 14:00-17:00h (book tickets here.)
3 and 4 April, 2o15, Stephen + Penelope, Amsterdam. My first international gig! I’ll be running a darning master class at Stephen + Penelope on Friday, 3 April, 13:00-16:00h (book tickets here) and Saturday, 4 April, 12:00-15:00h (book tickets here.)
24 October, 2015, Warner Textile Archive, Braintree. I’ll be running two darning master classes on one day! 10:00-13:00h and 14:00-17:00h (book tickets here.)
If you want to invite me for a talk, then contact me on tomofhollandATgmailDOTcom for more details.
Want to host a darning master class or a Visible Mending one-day workshop?
If you are interested in hosting a darning master class or a one-day workshop, then please contact me on tomofhollandATgmailDOTcom for more details.
Brighton Repair Café
I volunteer at the Brighton Repair Café. We meet once a month and help you repair your stuff, ranging from garment repairs to small electrical goods, bicycles, and more. To find up-to-date information about venue and date of the next Repair Café, please check their blog here.
12 January-20 February 2015. My MUM+DAD Sweater will be exhibited as part of The Department of Repair exhibition: The Department of Repair explores (re)making through fixing, repairing and mending. The project reframes the theme of ‘repair’, exploring its identities and its potential as an environmentally/socially engaged practice. The project aims to create space for broader interpretations of repairing, fixing and/or mending practice, exploring categories such as repair narratives, agents, materials, and methods/systems.
The project begins with an exhibition which showcases approaches to mending, guides and tools of repair. For the first three weeks, visiting (re)makers, (re)designers and repairers, who demonstrate and teach repair and re-making skills will run drop-in workshops. Outcomes from the workshops will be then added to the existing set of exhibits to form a larger exhibition.