Published: Saturday, 10th April 2010 13:06 PM
The finished 'Patch Project' artwork, created by adult learners from York with support from the Quilt Museum and Gallery's own fantastic volunteers, is now on display in the Museum's Education Room.
After visiting the Museum last Thursday, Katie Pask from the City's Adult Education Team said,
"It's fantastic! The perfect way to celebrate the achievements of all our adult learners!"
Melanie Worgan, the Museum's Education Officer, added,
"A huge thank you to everyone who made this project a success, especially to our volunteers for helping me put the artwork together: Jenny, Jennifer, Beverley, Pat, Brenda,Sarah, Eryl and Carol. The finished product is an amazingly diverse and creative work of art which really reflects the different people taking part in adult education programmes in York."
If you would like to see the finished Patch Project artwork on display come to the Quilt Museum and ask to visit the Museum's Education Room. The Museum is open from Mondays-Saturdays, 10.00-4.00 with last admission to the galleries at 3.30pm. The quilt is on display until Saturday 1st May 2010.
If you are interested in textile craft workshops for adults in York, call the Museum on 01904 613242 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Close-up of the Patch Project artwork, featuring patches made by adult learners from York
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