MCR Sew Social will be hosting their first online exhibition for womxn artists and textile makers based in Greater Manchester in celebration of International Women's Day. The theme is "What does International Women's Day mean to you?" This event has been supported with a grant from Manchester City Council.
The exhibition will launch from Monday 8th March 2021 online with an opening night event from 7pm via a free Zoom event open to the public via Eventbrite.
Mcr Sew Social was established in 2018, now run by textile artists Rowan Bridgwood and Louisa Hammond. MCR Sew Social is a community of textile and fibre artists who meet in Greater Manchester. Their ambition is to create a community of makers, bringing people together to create socially to enhance a sense of well-being.
As a group composed mainly of womxn it has been a goal to showcase local textile artists' work. International Women's Day is a perfect opportunity to celebrate the collective voices of these womxn.
They will host their first online exhibition from Monday 8th March, the link to which will be shared on their social media channels. The exhibition has been open to womxn artists from Greater Manchester.
|Open (8 Mar 2021 - 8 Mar 2022)|