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Cotton cloth of a warrior

Nagaland, India 

Pitt Rivers Museum PRM1934.82.121

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Travellers in the Great Steppe – Nomads and their Textiles 

Talk by Nick Fielding

The Cloth that Changed the World:A New Exhibition on the ROM’s collection of Indian Chintz

Talk by Dr Sarah Fee


Lockdown Newsletters

OATG Lockdown Newsletter No 3-1

OATG Lockdown Newsletter No 3-1

Arctic: Culture and Climate by Helen Wolfe A Khanty Festival Dress in the British Museum by David and Sue Richardson Virtual Tours of selected museums around the world by Gavin Strachan Lost relics of Madagascar’s last queen return home by Michael Jasper Swedish textiles celebrating Christmas

OATG Lockdown Newsletter September 2020

OATG Lockdown Newsletter September 2020

Kimono of three countries by Maria Wronska-Friend Face-masks from around the world A Sumbanese lau by Elizabeth Friendship An Indo-Portuguese colcha coverlet from the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres You could be certifiable a carpet quiz slightly adapted from Peter Stone Sights of Wonder: Photographs from the 1862 Royal Tour by Gavin Strachan Textile books from the 2019 RL Shep Award shortlist announced in 2020 The Cloth that Changed the World – an update

OATG Lockdown Newsletter 28 July 2020

OATG Lockdown Newsletter 28 July 2020

An exhibition interrupted and restored: Cloth that Changed the World: India’s Painted and Printed Cottons at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto by S Fee The gift of African wax print by H Wolfe Chopat by E Friendship Chin wedding blanket handwoven in Myanmar by K Preston Lockdown and the auction market by G Strachan Honoured Guests of the Chief of Nagaland by D and S Richardson What to read when stuck at home: a selection from Crafts magazine’s suggestions A note on Hannah Ryggen by G Strachan

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Gujarati block print

Newberry Collection, c.1900

Ashmolean Museum