Winchester School of Art - BA Honours Woven Textile Design: 2:1, 2010-2013
Swedish School of Textiles - five month Erasmus exchange, Jan-May 2012
Aspex Gallery - Solo Exhibition “Wild Water”, Dec 17 - Feb 18
Oxmarket Gallery - Window display exhibition, October 18
Alexandra Palace - Group exhibition Embroiderers Guild, October 17
Wilderness Festival - Macrame Workshop Leader, August 17 and August 18
Wework Summer Camp - Macrame Workshop Leader, August 17 and August 18
Victorious Festival - Macrame Workshops, August 18
Alice Hume is a Textile Artist based at Hotwalls Studios in Old Portsmouth. In 2013 she graduated from Winchester School of Art with a degree in Woven Textile Design. Vanderhume comes from her ancestry of Flemish Weavers. Alice pushes the boundaries of weaving and uses unusual materials of copper yarn and raffia on her 8-shaft Harris Loom.
After Graduating Alice and her father collaborated to make handmade frame looms called Hume Looms from recycled wood which she uses to teach weave workshops. She has also exhibited her work in Edinburgh, Islington, Alexandra Palace and a Solo Exhibition at Aspex Gallery called Wild Water, inspired by the Sea and refugees. Most recently Alice has designed and created a wool window display in Covent Garden for store allbirds which consisted of nine handwoven wool hangings.
Photograph by Sophie Twining