Art Speaks: A Common Thread — Textiles as Social Practice
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 • 12 – 1 pm CT • FREE • Via Zoom
Participating Artists: Mimi Goodwin, Jeri Oliver, Nora Rickey, and Ruth Stevens
Join us in conversation about textiles and social practice with A Common Thread exhibiting member artists Mimi Goodwin, Jeri Oliver, Nora Rickey, and Ruth Stevens. These artists will talk about their work in the show, along with discussing how their practice in textiles relates to human engagement, interaction, and social discourse. Visit Textile Center to see their work in person in the A Common Thread exhibition (on view through October 16, 2021) — and tune in on Zoom for this panel-style digital event!
(Photos pictured clockwise, a part of the A Common Thread 2021 exhibition: River of Tears: A COVID Requiem, Mimi Goodwin; Continental Divide, Ruth Stephens; Anatomical, Nora Rickey; All Things Being Equal-Coming of Age During COVID, Jeri Oliver)
About A Common Thread:
Each year, over a hundred artworks adorn the walls of Textile Center’s galleries (this year, more than 130!) in an exhibition that is as diverse in technique as it is prolific in scope. Techniques include stitching, quilting, knitting, crochet, sewing, weaving, dyeing, felting, needlework, hand construction, polymer clay, lacemaking, basketry, beading, sculpture, mixed media, and more.
(Image: Somnium, Cindy Weil)