Workshop, 27 April, River Rooms (New Wing Entrance)
10£ recommended price / Pay What You Can donation
30 people max
Join climate justice activist, co-founder of Extinction-Rebellion and Sustainable Fashion lecturer at Central Saint-Martins Clare Farrel, part of political print-making group Body Politic, to explore how the fashion industry’s polluting processes are directly related to climate change.
Learn how to design and print-make your manifestos against fast fashion and climate change onto fabric – and bring your own used clothes to be repurposed into wearable protest pieces! (Textile materials provided).
This event is part of Progress to Process: Interwoven, a weekend festival which explores how textile innovation intersects with design and activism to create sustainable change within the fashion industry and beyond.
Interwoven is part of Somerset House’s 2019 Earth Day season.
16:30 — 17:30