Margo Selby: Pick by Pick 15 December 2017 to 24 February 2018
Margo Selby showcases her handwoven framed textiles alongside an archive of her design work at Rochester Art Gallery and the Huguenot Museum. This special partnership exhibition celebrates the portfolio of work Margo has created in her fifteen year career as a textile artist and designer. Margo is an internationally renowned textile artist who studied at Chelsea College of Art and Design, and the Royal College of Art.
The Art Gallery is free entry the Museum has an entrance fee.

Colour and Stripe Workshop with Margo Selby Saturday 20 January 2018 10.30 – 12.30
£20 per person. In the Art Gallery. This workshop is a yarn winding workshop which explores stripe, colour, palette and proportion.

Talk by Margo Selby Saturday 20 January 2018 2 p.m.
Margo will be giving a talk about her career as a woven textile design and artist at the Museum, £8 including Museum admission.

Talk by Olivia Horsfall Turner Saturday 3 Feb 2018 2 p.m.
Pattern drawing and silk weaving: decoding the designs of the late ingenious Mr Leman
The Senior Curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum explores the designs of 18th century Huguenot master weaver, James Leman, who worked in Spitalfields.
£8 including Museum admission.

Both venues are situated within the Visitor Information Centre at 95 High Street, Rochester Kent ME1 1LX

For more information and to book places contact: info@huguenotmuseum.org
01634 789347