‘Chesterfield in Lockdown’ Community Textile Artwork
As well as the planned exhibition ‘Chesterfield in Lockdown’, Chesterfield Museum is promoting a new project to create something special.
A wall hanging, a textile artwork made up of fabric squares, that will commemorate a shared narrative of Lockdown in our town.
The Museum wants to encourage local people, community groups and schools all over the Borough to take part.
Each square will be a personal creation; sewn, knitted, decorated, designed, painted, dyed or printed by individuals, families, friends and groups from all over Chesterfield.
These squares, once brought together, will convey a wide range of experiences, memories and stories, forming a stunning textile artwork and legacy for the future.
Please click on the instructions to find out how to create a wonderful fabric square and become part of this fantastic community project.
The Museum will also be posting plenty of images and videos over the next months to give you lots of ideas and inspiration for your own designs.
We have a provisional deadline for submissions of the end of July 2021, but this will be subject to any future Government restrictions.
When you send in / hand in your square, please make sure you have included the submission slip provided with the instructions. Chesterfield Museum will need your contact details. We’d also love you to include a personal comment about what your fabric square represents.
You can send all finished squares and submission slips by post to…
Lockdown Textile Project
St Mary’s Gate
or please hand in at the Museum when we reopen to the public.
If you have any questions or queries about this project please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01246 936225.