Talks and Events | Lunchtime Talks
Stories behind the Stitches: Schoolgirl samplers of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
Join Leena Rana, Applied Arts Intern, for a look at eight English samplers in the Museum’s collection, made by poor schoolgirls in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Discover what the samplers can tell us about the social and cultural environments in which these young needlewomen lived, as well as the personal stories of the girls who made these exquisite classroom items.
Wed 18 September 2013 | 13:15 to 14:00
FREE but space limited. Admission by token, available from 12.45 on day of talk.