Diverse Voices In Textiles (exhibition)

An abstract image with alternating bright pink and paler pink lines of colour/light going diagonally in different directions from right to left. There are black shadow areas to the top left and bottom middle and thicker bright red lines of colour/light in the top right corner.

Booking information

No booking required

Contact information

LU Arts
01509 222948

‘How many textile designers, artists or practitioners can you name who are Black, Asian, from Ethnic Minorities, identify as LGBTQI+, or living with a disability?'

Mon 6 June – Fri 29 July, 12-2pm (weekdays only) 

Diverse Voices in Textiles is a pioneering teaching initiative by an academic team at Loughborough University based in the School of Design and Creative Arts who were awarded an Inclusivity Teaching Innovation Award (2021). The project aims to build a considered, inclusive and diverse agenda to advance the conversation in textiles and amplify the voices of those it serves. This exhibition sets out to celebrate distinguished textile designers, artists and practitioners who have otherwise been under-represented within curriculums and the history of textiles by bringing critical stories to the forefront, to enrich and enhance our students' knowledge and understanding of the discipline. 


Image credit: Maxine Williams (2021)


There is step-free access into the exhibition space via a ramp and side door. During opening hours, there will be an invigilator on duty in the gallery. If you require their assistance, then please alert them on arrival by calling to them or waving at them – the entrance of the gallery is fully glazed and the main entrance door should be open.

If you have any specific access requirements then please contact luarts@lboro.ac.uk in advance of your visit and we will do our best to accommodate them.