DAUGHTERS OF VICTORIA: Revolution, Refinement & Respectability with Vivien Caughley

Wednesday 2 Jun 2010, 10:15 AM – 11:45 AM

During the Victorian era the craft of embroidery witnessed radical change in its materials and techniques, its makers, and especially its end-purposes. Much Victorian embroidery was created for domestic use to reflect the sanctity of the Home.

Vivien Caughley is a volunteer in Applied Arts at Auckland War Memorial Museum. Her work has been published in local, international and academic publications since 2005.

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