The interview on 10 December is a follow up to the installation of Nicole’s quilt on 3 December as part of the 'Conflict Textiles' permanent, rotating exhibition at the Magee Campus Library, Ulster University.

This event also marks International Human Rights Day.

The interview takes place from 3-3.45pm and a YouTube Premier of the interview will be streamed at 3.45pm.

Event details

The event will begin with a welcome from curator Roberta Bacic. Nicole Drouilly will then talk about the quilt and importance of the ongoing struggle for justice for the disappeared in Chile and beyond. She will also present a textile book she made to mark her sister’s 71st birthday on 3rd December. At 3.45pm the interview will go live on YouTube and participants can join the premier.


  • Nicole Drouilly: a human rights advocate who campaigns against impunity during the Pinochet dictatorship. She is a member of and 'Memoria del Sur Oral History Project' and is a textile artist.
  • Roberta Bacic: collector and curator of the Conflict Textiles collection
  • Moderator: Professor Brandon Hamber, the John Hume and Thomas P. O'Neill Chair in Peace, Ulster University.

All registered participants will be sent a link on Zoom to the event 48 hours before, and a reminder 2 hours before the event.


Following the Footsteps of the Disappeared is a partnership between Conflict Textiles, the Ulster Museum, and the John Hume and Thomas P. O'Neill Chair in Peace, Ulster University.

Event info

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03:00PM - 04:30PM