Black Sheep – The Darker Side of Felt at Forty Hall

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Take a journey through the fascinating history of felt with Black Sheep – The Darker Side of Felt at Forty Hall Museum and Gardens.

Discover how artists reinvented the creative qualities of this underrated medium through an interactive display, where you’ll have the chance to handle unique samples and see live demonstrations.

Curated by accomplished felt-maker Laura Mabbutt, the exhibition features an original collection of artefacts, from traditional garments to intricate artworks.

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Forty Hall Museum and Gardens

Address
Forty Hill
Enfield
EN2 9HA
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 8363 8196
Public transport:
Train: From North- Turkey Street and 20 minute walk. From Centra London - Enfield Town, Enfield Chase or Southbury and the 191 bus. Bus: 191 or W10 to roundabout at Myddleton Avenue and then a 10 minute walk up Forty Hill.

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