Here you will find announcements for current and upcoming exhibitions and information regarding historical ones. For some of them you will see a link to more information, a review or even to an online presence of the exhibition itself at BTG Woven Art – this will open in a new tab (to return here just close the tab).
STOP PRESS: As of April 2021, while a number of upcoming exhibitions have either been cancelled or postponed in response to the Coronavirus restrictions, some will be opening soon! We will continue to update this page as we have news.
Current and Upcoming Exhibitions
18th May 2021 until 31st January 2022
Kirkleatham Museum, Redcar, TS10 5NW
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00-17:00. Free entry but booking required. Last entry 4pm
Group: North of England (UK)
Fabric of the North
Tapestries showcasing the landscapes, industry and social history of Northern England
Re-opening in May!
This stunning exhibition mixes regular and 3D tapestries, large and small, mounted and unmounted, traditionally woven and mixed-media, but all on one theme: our northern heritage.
The exhibition is curated and managed by northern members of the British Tapestry Group. Visitors will enjoy a range of works, from small try-outs by recent beginners all the way through to magnificent pieces by top-class commissioned artists. Tapestry works and weaversbazaar yarns and equipment will be available to buy.
Entry is free but booking is required. Last entry 4pm. Telephone 01642 479500
For more information contact: Sally Reckert
BTG Woven Art website - where you can also see a short video - 'Living Local: Cutting-off a tapestry from the loom'