We would like to extend a warm thank you to our conference speakers and particpants who made this two day event so successful. We would also like to thank our […]
Linen Biennale proud to partner with Central Business District on their Linenopolis Story and Store in Belfast Linen Quarter.
Flax has many known qualities and applications from soaps, gels, dyes and papers and of course the creation of Linen Fabric. Its history is well known and long established. A […]
Watch this space as we will be posting a link to our Linen Biennale full Programme for 2018 on Friday 6th July . It is a three-month festival celebrating the […]
Great to have Katie from Katie Larmour Design pop in and see us today at Linen Biennale HQ. Katie brought with her some of her beautiful cushions and one of […]
Thanks to Festival Director Robert for this great photo from the Fused exhibition at the Market Place Theatre. Caroline’s latest work incorporates delicate linen material immersed within strong ceramic forms; […]
Why, then, are designers reviving linen now? It’s certainly a palate cleanser amid all the Gucci maximalism of late, as Candice Fragis, merchandising director at Farfetch, suggests: “It’s an elevated […]
Set in the stunning Antrim Castle Gardens & Clotworthy House – Spinning Yarns is a ‘must do’ event for those passionate about yarn or simply seeking a great day out […]
We are delighted to be launching the Linen Biennale programme in Lisburn on Friday 6th July 2018 . Full details of all the varied events and workshops will be available […]
Edrick was the last one to blow the horn at the linen factory in Cullybackey. Watch the video to hear him share his memories.