'The Bill of Rights', by Caw/Nelson Drive, Tullyalley Women’s Centre, and Galliagh Women’s Group (story details) Deposited

Story Title: 'The Bill of Rights'

Collection: Conflict Textiles (collection)
Organisation: Bacic, Roberta. (individual compiler)

One of the stories told through the medium of textile art. This items is part of the Conflict Textiles collection that was compiled by Roberta Bacic. The quilt was created in 2010 by women from different community groups in Derry / Londonderry.

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Title
'The Bill of Rights', by Caw/Nelson Drive, Tullyalley Women’s Centre, and Galliagh Women’s Group (story details)
Description
One of the stories told through the medium of textile art. This items is part of the Conflict Textiles collection that was compiled by Roberta Bacic. The quilt was created in 2010 by women from different community groups in Derry / Londonderry.
Creator
Caw/Nelson Drive, Tullyalley Women’s Centre, and Galliagh Women’s Group (artists), (story compiled by Roberta Bacic).
Subject
Story-telling textiles related to the Northern Ireland conflict.
Publisher
CAIN, University of Ulster
Date
2014
Relation
More examples of conflict textiles can be found on Roberta Bacic's 'associated site' within the CAIN Web site:
http://cain.ulster.ac.uk/conflicttextiles/
Format
Photograph (JPEG), and text (PDF)
Language
English
CAIN: Associated Site: Conflict Textiles
CAIN: Associated Site: Textile details
Story Title
'The Bill of Rights'
Story Available
Yes
Story Format
Still image and accompanying story.
Identity Provided?
No; anonymous
Published Format
Photograph
Original Format
Textile

Collection InformationShowHide

Title
Conflict Textiles (collection)
Description
A collection of ten textiles / quilts that illustrate personal accounts / stories of the Northern Ireland conflict. This collection has been drawn from a much larger collection of textiles from Northern Ireland and a range of international countries.
Creator
Roberta Bacic (curator), assisted by Breege Doherty
Subject
Textiles / quilts that illustrate personal accounts / stories of the Northern Ireland conflict.
Publisher
CAIN Web site
Date
2015
Relation
More examples of conflict textiles can be found on Roberta Bacic's 'associated site' within the CAIN Web site:
http://cain.ulster.ac.uk/conflicttextiles/
Format
Photographs and Text.
Language
English
Coverage
The Northern Ireland conflict
Date Formed
2008
Status
Active [checked 2017]
Email
roberta.conflicttextiles@gmail.com
Stories Collected
10
Stories Deposited
10

Organisation InformationShowHide

Title
Bacic, Roberta. (individual compiler)
Description
Since 2008, Roberta Bacic has curated 120 exhibitions of arpilleras, in Ireland and internationally. Over time, these exhibitions have expanded from arpilleras from Pinochet’s Chile, to include expressions of loss, protest and healing from around the world.

Roberta has identified 10 commemorative textiles from Northern Ireland which will be catalogued in Accounts of the Conflict. These 10 pieces have been selected from a much larger digital collection entitled 'Conflict Textiles' (which is available on-line).

Roberta Bacic, taught at Universidad Austral de Chile from 1973 to 1981. From 1982 she worked in Carlos Anwandter German Institute and San Mateo College both in Chile. Between 1993 and 1996, she worked for the National Corporation of Reparation and Reconciliation, the successor to the Truth Commission. During this time she also taught in Human Rights at the Catholic University, Temuco, Chile. She then moved to the United Kingdom and took up the position of Programme and Development Officer for War Resisters’ International where she worked between 1998 and 2002. She moved to Northern Ireland in 2004.
Creator
Roberta Bacic
Subject
Textiles / quilts that illustrate personal accounts / stories of the Northern Ireland conflict.
Date
2008-2016
Relation
For more information see:
http://cain.ulster.ac.uk/conflicttextiles/

Citation

Caw/Nelson Drive, Tullyalley Women’s Centre, and Galliagh Women’s Group (artists), (story compiled by Roberta Bacic).. (2014). 'The Bill of Rights'. CAIN, University of Ulster.
Accounts of the Conflict; Accessed: 2 December 2021 <http://accounts.ulster.ac.uk/repo24/items/show/3097>

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