Coat of many Cultures

Contributed by Bradford Industrial Museum

Coat of many Cultures

The coat was designed and created by two local artists with support from AS Level Art & Design students and year 6 students from local schools.

The coat is 8ft long and is made up of different pieces of material depicting a different side of Bradford life. Using fabric the AS Level students made images of local landmarks whilst the year 6 children created self portraits.

The material was sourced from around the Bradford area and some of the wollen and worsted material was created onsite at Bradford Industrial Museum in the Weaving Gallery.

The images were hand stitched and then machine sewn together,

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Location

Bradford

Culture
Period

2004

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243cm
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