Friday, 27 March 2009

Mackintosh Re-interpreted: Take Two - The Hill House!

At the Centre for Advanced Textiles (CAT), we just finished installing the second version of our Mackintosh Re-interpreted textiles exhibition at the Hill House in Helensburgh, Scotland. The exhibition opens next Wednesday, 4th April - with the start of season opening of the Hill House, which was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the Blackie family in 1902.

The Mackintosh Re-interpreted exhibition will be up for 3 months. Some photos of the installation are shown below:


  1. All the postings relating to this show are amazing. I so wish I was able to see these fabrics as well as the sketches in person. I spent 10 years as a graphic designer using digital tools and then 9 years as fine artist. Now I am looking at incorporating digital media into my fiber art. This is very inspiring!Thanks for sharing.

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