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Artists Stephen Rolfe Powell and Arturo Alonzo Sandoval have both pushed their mediums of glass and fiber into new worlds of expression. As innovators and seminal artists in their respective fields, they have led by example and transformed their passion into works of great vision and beauty. Image: Arturo Alonzo Sandoval , “Pattern Fusion No. 10: Motherboard 1” – 73” x 79” – machine stitched and interlaced, recycled auto industry Mylar, recycled library 35 mm microfilm, netting, multi-colored threads, plaited…Find out more »
The VCUarts Department of Craft/Material Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University invites applications for adjunct professors to teach one or more sections of Introduction to Textiles, Intermediate Textiles: Tapestry Weaving and/or a freshman level Art Foundation Project course in Fibers during the Spring 2019 semester. Candidates must be able to demonstrate awareness and sensitivity towards promoting an inclusive and diverse learning environment, knowledge of field of specialization, particularly in technical proficiency; knowledge of or experience in implementing a variety of teaching…Find out more »
The exhibit in Haehn Museum features the Art Needlework Department of Saint Benedict's Monastery. From its beginning in 1867, and until its closure in 1968, sisters in the department designed, hand embroidered, and sewed, at first, church accessories, but within a few years, church vestments. A total of 46 sisters worked in the department over its 101-year history, many of them for 20 or more years.Find out more »
The Textile Center Shop carries exquisite handmade fiber art, from luscious wearables of every hue to home décor and gifts, along with books, professional art supplies and tools, fiber craft kits, and other unique finds. In addition, the Shop carries a plethora of eco-friendly merchandise, including upcycled fashions, sustainable materials, and naturally dyed items. For the holidays, Textile Center triples the Shop’s regular footprint, expanding to fill the Joan Mondale Gallery with even more fabulous one-of-a-kind fiber art, just in…Find out more »
Berlin Science Week is produced in conjunction with Humboldt University of Berlin. With support from the Faculty of Life Sciences, international artists working within a wide range of eco thematics - climate change, pollution, ecosystems - are showcased in this fact based exhibition.Find out more »
The celebrated American luxury fashion house Rodarte, founded by sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy, is featured this fall in the first fashion exhibition organized by NMWA. Rodarte showcases the designers’ visionary concepts, impeccable craftsmanship, and profound impact on the fashion industry. The exhibition explores the distinctive design principles, material concerns, and reoccurring themes that position the Mulleavys’ work within the landscape of contemporary art and fashion. Spanning the first 13 years of Rodarte, more than 90 complete looks, presented as…Find out more »
Chiyoko Myose's Solo Exhibition featuring an installation "Origami Cranes in Blue" "Origami Cranes in Blue" expresses Myose's status as a sojourner, searching for the place to fully call home. The cranes glow in the dark, symbolizing hope even in times of uncertainty.Find out more »
The University of Nebraska’s Robert J. Hillestad Textiles Gallery features the exhibition Astrid Hilger Bennett: The Tarp Series, December 17, 2018 – February 1, 2019. Over decades, Bennett’s work has focused on painted, printed and dyed textiles in the form of wall pieces and functional items. In her current body of work, she also includes drawing and mixed media, creating large tarps and small scrolls. Metaphorically, Bennett’s Tarp Series presents and preserves shelter, inspiration and stamina in a challenging world. With these…Find out more »
Fiberlicious is a juried exhibition of fiber / textile art exploring materials and concepts that are so attractive to your senses, they are fiberlicious! We encourage: the unique and unusual, 2-D or 3-D, video or digitally-generated, wearable, installation, mobile or static. See CaFE https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=5731 Entry Fee: (Non-Member): $35. for 3 entries, Loading Dock Gallery Member $25. for 3 entries Entry Deadline: 1/21/19Find out more »