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Finding a Common Thread ‘Netweaving’ Event

Thursday 5 May, University of Leeds

This is a one-day event where we will spend the morning showcasing the work of Chilean-American multimedia artist Guillermo Bert and his Encoded Textiles project, in dialogue with Russian art curator Alisa Prudnikova. In the afternoon,  we will follow up with a ‘netweaving’ workshop to identify ‘common threads’ linking global multimedia art with Leeds’s industrial heritage, and local museums, galleries and communities of artistic practice. See below for more details.

Finding a Common Thread - Poster - Final Finding a Common Thread - Programme for Flyers


About Thea Pitman

Professor of Latin American Studies, University of Leeds


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