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The Shamiana project in Burma

An inspiring Burmese woman organised a group of women to make a beautiful banner for the Shamiana Exhibition using traditional Burmese techniques.  This banner was brought out of Myanmar (Burma) and is now held by the British Burma Society.   It is a reminder of Myannar and the people who have lived for so many years under an oppressive regime.

I played a small part in organising this event.


V & A Museum.

The banner on the left was made for the Victoria & Albert Museum Shamiana Exhibition with a group of young women at Tower Hamlets College and with the help of A Team Arts.

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Banners young people and adults

Banner made by students from Tower Hamlets College and volunteers.  2 x 2 m

 Free Burma Campaign

For up to date info on Burma

Central section of Shamiana banner.  The peacock is a symbol of renewal.  2 x 1m