Wednesday 7 March 2018, 6pm Education Space (Unit 2) Caroline Hands (7-101) shared something of her life-long journey in the arts from The Ark to Pagodas, to North America, Europe and Asia. She has exhibited widely, including intervals spent, over a seven-year period, living and working in China, and selling her scarves across the counter in Liberty and exhibiting in Harrods. Working with dancers has been a feature throughout, endlessly curious, mixing cultures and media, like photography, film, drawing and painting. And a deep-seated commitment to Community Arts since the 1960s has seen her running workshops, festivals, and residencies, with unabated passion, dedication, and hard-work. Links: www.carolinehands.co.uk Caroline Hands on instagram download information as a pdf The talk was free but seating is limited. Refreshments provided. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org Portrait: Caroline Hands, Journeying Fabric, photo: Nicholas Minns, image courtesy the artist.