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Lucienne Day's Tesserae carpet

March – December 2017
Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle

Lucienne Day's carpet design Tesserae (1957) takes pride of place in the Bowes Museum Design Centre Awards display - a rare collection of modern design classics in the newly re-opened Fashion and Textile Gallery.

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Silk Mosaic on view at Royal Society of Arts

July - December 2017
Royal Society of Arts, London

A major Lucienne Day silk mosaic, The Castle and Other Stories (1979) is now on public display at the Royal Society of Arts, John Adam Street, London, and may be viewed from Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 8pm. The Castle and Other Stories hung in the designer's own home and was donated by her Executors to Royal Designers for Industry at RSA.

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Showcase Homage to Lucienne Day

July 2017 - January 2018
The Home, Salt's Mill, Saltaire, Bradford

The owners' exceptional private collection of Lucienne Day Rosenthal china tableware together with original textiles is now on display at design retailer The Home. The shop sells a wide range of Robin and Lucienne Day's designs, and is a stockist for our Lucienne Day centenary poster.

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Silk Mosaic on view at Furniture Makers' Hall

On permanent display

Lucienne Day's silk mosaic 'Memory Game', held in the collection of the Honourable Company of Furniture Makers, has now been re-hung and may be viewed by appointment at Furniture Makers' Hall at 12 Austin Friars in the heart of the City of London.

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Exhibition at the Oxfordshire Museum

January 13th - March 4th 2018
The Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock, Oxfordshire

The Arts University Bournemouth touring exhibition Lucienne Day: Living Design will transfer to the Oxfordshire Museum in the new year. The Museum is situated in a beautiful 18th century house in the heart of Woodstock. 

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Exhibition at New Brewery Arts

March 17th - May 20th 2018
New Brewery Arts, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

The Arts University Bournemouth touring exhibition Lucienne Day: Living Design will open at New Brewery Arts in March 2018. New Brewery Arts champions craft in the Cotswolds with a programme of exhibitions, courses and workshops.

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Silk Mosaics re-hung at JL Kingston

On permanent display
John Lewis, Kingston

Lucienne Day designed her monumental silk mosaics Aspects of the Sun (1990) and Islands (1991) for the coffee shop at John Lewis, Kingston-upon-Thames. They have recently been rehung and may be viewed in the main store.

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