EXHIBITION :: Friday 19 November 2021—Friday 28 January 2022, 11AM—6PM. NCAD Gallery exhibition closure dates: Friday 17 December 2021—Wednesday 5 January 2022.
ONLINE EVENT :: Electronic Sheep In Conversation w/ Historian, Hilary O'Kelly & Curator, Anne Kelly, Thursday 9 December 2021, 4PM (UTC) YouTube >>> LINK <<<
‘THE KILBURN TAPESTRIES’ – CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHS
Open to the Irish community of Brent – past and present
Two Irish artists/designers Helen Delany (living in Kilburn) and Brenda Aherne are creating a giant tapestry that tells the untold stories of the Irish community in the Borough of Brent; Kilburn, Willesden, Harlesden, Cricklewood and beyond. We would love to have as many of the current and former Irish community of Brent to be part of this. Having won an award this year by Brent 2020, the duo are creating a knitted tapestry that is about the history of Irish people in the area;...
Electronic Sheep are designers Helen Delany and Brenda Aherne – they specialise in graphic knitwear and illustration. Helen spoke to us about their Culture Fund supported tapestry, which will tell a new story about the influence of Irish people living on and around Kilburn.
THE KILBURN TAPESTRIES
From Electronic Sheep, The Kilburn Tapestries is a knitted tapestry wall-hanging, based on the untold stories of the Irish community in Brent.