Tapa: Situating Pacific Barkcloth in Time and Place


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Open Day 2017 - Centre for Textile Conservation and Technical Art History

29th March 2017

On 17 March 2017, the barkcloth team joined the students and facluty members of CTCTAH to host the Open Day 2017. The centre welcomed the visitors and showcased numerous projects carried out here. The barkcloth lab was opened to the visitors with some of the barkcloths and barkcloth production tools on show. We communicated the progress of the research to the public and professional colleagues. It was a pleasure to talk to the engaging and interested audience.


Read more about the day on the CTC blog, posted by Cecilia Voss on:


http://textileconservation.academicblogs.co.uk/open-day-2017-time-to-shine/


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