That is the minimum. A solution might be found in having the conference in my own studio instead of the auditorium of the museum (in case I get a few less). But I keep my fingers crossed that this will not be necessary..
Please, spread the word, it is in our mutual interest that the conference will take place. It is about networking and sharing ideas, meet and greet so to speak, the lectures are a bonus and all very interesting, the ambiance inspiring, and there will be a great exhibition around that time in the museum, called i-FABRIC.
i-FABRIC is about young design talent in Europe..so pls come and enjoy. Have a look at the website of the Textile Museum for more information www.textielmuseum.nl .
Kate Goldsworthy - who will be teaching a 3-day class called Upcycling Textiles with Laser Technology shortly after the conference - will be one of the speakers at the opening of i-FABRIC: her students work will be included in the show.
There are still places available so you can join us for this wonderful high tech workshop. We are going to cut, etch and melt polyester fabrics or non wovens using the laser equipment at the Textile Lab. Students will learn how to prepare files and use the laser for future projects. Have a look at Kate's website to see her own work and get an impression of the workshop we had earlier this year www.kategoldsworthy.co.uk
|students working in the |
classroom of the museum
|work Kate Goldsworthy|