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Quaker Simplicity Heritage Open Days Talk
September 15 @ 3:00 pm - September 16 @ 4:00 pmFree
Curatorial Talk On Quaker Tapestry Museum’s New Exhibition On Quaker Simplicity.
Our new exhibition explores the evolution of the Quaker testimony of simplicity and how it has been interpreted through the lens of clothing, from 1652 to present. Enhanced with examples from our own collection and the voices of Quakers themselves, we explore the question – what does simplicity mean to you?
In this talk, Curatorial Assistant, Francesca Vine will be looking at the broader historical context behind the exhibition and examining items from the collection in greater depth, as well as exploring how Quaker and non-Quaker ideas around Simplicity have evolved to the present day.
Friday 15 September: 15:00-16:00 PM
Saturday 16 September: 15:00-16:00 PM
In-person at the museum:
Quaker Tapestry Ltd, Friends Meeting House, Stramongate, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4BH
Pre-booking: Pre-booking is not required, however, booking will be available shortly for those who wish to do so in advance.
We have a small car park on site which can be accessed from Stramongate. There is a disabled parking space available in the car park. When the car park is full Kendal’s multi-storey car park is 100 yards away from the museum.
Quaker Tapestry Museum is very close to Kendal town centre. Just 2 minutes walk from the bus and 6 minutes walk from the train stations. Step-free access to the building is via the Stramongate entrance.