Niamh Conway, L’pool John Moores Univ

2017 update- Niamh Conway

May 2017

Niamh held an exhibition of her work at Merseyside Embroiderers’ Guild Summer Party. This body of work is based on Niamh’s childhood bedroom with the colourful chaos she remembers. She is now working towards a Masters Degree and we wish her well for the future.

2016 update- Niamh Conway

June 2016

Niamh has sent us some of her fashion designs that were shown at Graduate Fashion Week in London recently. Her pictures were put on the  gallery and she has also sent them to us to view her exciting fashion designs.

May 2016

Niamh is getting ready for her Final Degree Show to be held on Thursday 26th May 2016. She has sent us a preview of her work for this final show, and there are more photos to come soon. We would like to wish Niamh well for the future and look forward to seeing her work at our Winter Fair on 19th November 2016. She has been chosen to show her whole collection of work at London’s Graduate Fashion Week on 5th June 2016, tickets are available on the Graduate Fashion Week website.


Niamh Conway 2015 MEG Joint Bursary winner

September 2015

At our September MEG meeting Kim Parkman presented Niamh Conway her cheque of £250 as Joint Bursary winner 2015. Congratulations Niamh!

Niamh Conway, MEG Joint Bursary winner 2015, receiving her cheque from Kim

Niamh Conway, MEG Joint Bursary winner 2015, receiving her cheque from Kim

Niamh Conway is a student at Liverpool John Moores University. She is about to begin her third year working towards Fashion BA(Hons). Niamh began her studies at Ravensbourne College of Design but decided to return home and loves the course at JMU. She spent the last year working on her embellishment techniques, and has spent hours hand beading and sewing lace embellishments on her garments. The coloured flowers in the photographs are machine embroidered and hand sewn onto the garment, and the white dress is a toile for a dress design.

Next term Niamh wants to try fabric manipulation and creative pattern cutting, and new ways of using embroidery and embellishment. She believes that the Bursary will give her scope to do all the things she is dreaming of with her final collection.