Thursday 27 February / 6.30-8pm
Join us for this celebration of Lucienne Day’s designs for textiles, carpet, wallpaper and ceramics. Day believed that good design should be mass produced for the many and not just the few. Design historian Andrew Casey reveals how she rose to international status during the Fifties and Sixties through her innovative and original response to design for the British, European and American markets. With information from the family archives, contributions from Paula Day and other family members, design associates, staff and curators, Casey sheds new light on the designer’s work.
Price: £15 / £12 students includes a private view of Artist Textiles: Picasso to Warhol exhibition. Followed by a drinks reception, book launch and signing in museum foyer.
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