Textile curator Clare Hunter reveals how feminist artists of the 60s and 70s reclaimed the potency of needlework to celebrate women's achievements. Siobhan Redmond reads.
Textile artist and curator, Clare Hunter continues her journey through the centuries and across the continents where she uncovers the lives of women and men who have used sewing and embroidery to tell their stories. Today, Clare turns to the potency of needlework and The Dinner Party, the monumental multimedia artwork created by Judy Chicago in response to Michelangelo's The Last Supper which celebrates women's achievements.
Read by Siobhan Redmond
Abridged by Julian Wilkinson
Produced by Elizabeth Allard