Kathryn's cape from Colour Regeneration is to be exhibited as part of the exhibition 'Roots and Wings' @The House of Blah Blah in Middlesbrough from the 21st of July to the 25th of August. Curated by Michaela Wetherell Roots and Wings is an exhibition exploring the themes of girls growing up around the world. Inspired by a study which stated that Middlesbrough was the worst place for girls to grow up in the UK. How do other girls get brought up around the world, and what cult
Trend forecasting company Scarlet Opus attended The University of Huddersfield degree show preview evening and have written a creative review of some the best talent from the show. Kathryn has been identified as one of the favourites with her innovation on classic knitwear being recognised 'With dramatic color combination, bold patterns and an array of knitted textures, Kathryn challenged what can be considered as ‘wearable’ within Knitwear.' Read the full article here.
Kathryn was selected by her University to exhibit on The University of Huddersfield stand at New Designers in London. The stand was a cohesive exhibition showcasing Kathryn and other Textiles Practice graduates from 2017. It was a very exciting with few days, with the journey being well document by the Huddersfield Textiles instagram. Take a look at Kathryn and the other graduates experience here.