A selection of Loving Earth Project's textile panels will be on display in the foyer of Maryhill Burgh Hall during COP 26 and in the weeks before it.
Come and see some beautiful textile images in different styles made by a variety of people in around the world, about some of the things they personally love, what needs to happen to avoid damage to them from climate and environmental breakdown, and what the panel- makers are doing to help.
What do you love? You can also add your own contribution to the installation of Loving Earth postcards at Maryhill Burgh Halls.
Opening times are generally Monday – Friday (10am – 6pm). Please see the Hall website for updates and more details.
Related upcoming events
2022-08-29 - 2022-09-09 All day
LEP panels will be on display in the cloisters of the historic cathedral at Bury St Edmunds, from 29 August to 9 September.
Please consult the Cathedral website for opening times and access details. https://stedscathedral.org
LEP cards and booklets will be on sale:
Monday - Thursday 10,00 to 5.30
Friday - 10,00 to 4.00
Saturday - 10.00 to 3.00
Sunday - 12.30 to 3.00
Loving Earth Panels will also be exhibited from 15 August to 9 September at the Old School Café in Bury St Edmunds. See events calendar.
2022-09-03 - 2022-09-20 All day
Loving Earth Exhibition t in Dunbar
September 3 - September 20
A group of Loving Earth textile panels will be on display at the Town House Museum and Gallery, Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
The exhibition will be open to the public each day from 1pm - 5pm whilst the Townhouse is open.
See also the stitch workshop on 10 September (advance booking advised) .
2022-09-10 13:00 - 2022-09-10 17:00
This stitching workshop coincides with the Loving Earth exhibition and will be facilitated by Isabella Hodge, Textiles Tutor at Made in East Lothian Arts Hub.
The exhibition has free entry, but for the workshop there is a nominal fee of £5.00.
Bookings can be made through me, Clerk to East Lothian Quaker Meeting, by calling 07530 237055 or e-mailing email@example.com.
Places in the stitching workshop are limited, so early enquiries are advised.
2022-10-20 - 2022-11-20 All day
Displays of Loving Earth Project panels will be on show in St Neots, Cambridgeshire.
Dates and venues are currently provisional and will be posted here nearer the time.
2022-10-20 23:13 - 2022-11-25 23:13
Plans are being made for a group of Loving Earth Panels to be displayed in central Manchester for a few weeks in October/November. These dates are provisional.
2023-01-11 14:00 - 2023-01-11 17:00
Loving Earth Project at Bournemouth Library
11 January 2023 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Would you like to take part in the Loving Earth Project which is coming to Bournemouth Library?
This is a chance to show others what you are concerned about and how it is being impacted by climate breakdown. It could be something that is being effected globally or locally.
At the workshops we will help you turn your idea into a textile panel. You can attend one or all three workshops and continue to work on your panel at home. Panels will be exhibited in February 2023.
2023-01-30 - 2023-02-24 All day
Loving Earth Project Exhibition Bournemouth Library
January 30, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Join us at this Loving Earth Project Exhibition which is touring the world. See the beautiful, textile panels created by many people in response to climate justice. From Monday 30th January to Friday 24th February 2023.
2023-02-17 23:28 - 2023-03-17 23:29
An exhibition of panels from the Loving Earth Project at Portcullis House, Westminster from 17 February to 17 March is being planned.
Details to follow.
2023-03-30 - 2023-04-12 All dayThe LEP panels will be in the exhibition space at The Station, Richmond, North Yorkshire www.thestation.co.uk from 30th March and running until 12th April 2023.
The Richmondshire Refugee Support Group is working with some recently arrived refugee women from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan and they will be running a series of workshops throughout the rest of 2022, as well as the refugee women they will have local women from textile groups involved.They have started introducing the women to different textile techniques and are planning on walks in the surrounding countryside where they will start to discuss the impacts of climate change.