Conflict Textiles and CAIN: Learning the Language of Textiles
The CAIN Associate Programme showcases how CAIN plays an important role in academic research and in the work of policy makers and practitioners. This latest event from our ARK colleagues will be presented by Roberta Bacic, a Chilean Human Rights advocate and researcher.
Since 2007, Roberta has been the curator of the International Conflict Textiles collection and has curated over 120 international exhibitions of arpilleras and associated events in museums, universities, art galleries, embassies and community spaces worldwide.
The event will be held on Zoom at 2pm on Wednesday 6 October.
To register, please go to https://bit.ly/3yMLmR5.
CAIN is a key component of ARK which is a joint initiative across Queen's University and Ulster University, with the goal of increasing the accessibility and use of academic data and research. See more at www.ark.ac.uk