Join New Brewery Arts CEO Beth Alden in conversation with artist Linda Brothwell as they discuss Linda’s work championing British craft skills and tools including the ‘Tool Appreciation Society’ exhibition and her ‘Handmade in Hull’ documentary on BBC4. A unique opportunity to gain insights into the creative practice of an artist at the forefront of debate in contemporary craft.
Tickets £25 please book through New Brewery Arts
This event is part of the Makers & Tools project – connecting makers in the SW and SE regions. It has been kindly sponsored by Clayhill Arts in Somerset.
About the artist
Linda Brothwell (b.1981) is a visual artist renowned for initiating a repair movement in the arts. She is currently pioneering a new understanding of the significance of British crafts skills and tools illustrating the importance of their value to economic, social and cultural development. Her work has been included in several solo and group exhibitions, including the British Pavilion at Cheongju Biennial, S.Korea (2017), “l’usage des formes” Palais de Tokyo (2015) and “The Tool Appreciation Society” (2017) a solo exhibition with an accompanying award winning BBC4 Documentary “Handmade in Hull”. She currently lives and works in Bristol.