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Author - Karl Reichert

Protected: Morocco 2017: Information for Travelers

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Textile Arts Tour of Morocco

Textile Center is pleased to co-present a textile arts tour of Morocco September 23 through October 4, 2017, with Noble Journeys and anthropologist and Moroccan textile expert Dr. Susan Schaefer Davis. TEXTILE ARTS OF MOROCCO Including architecture, culture…

Meet our National Artist Advisory Council

At its 2016 Annual Meeting Wednesday, June 15, 2016, Textile Center announced the appointment of five internationally renowned fiber artists to serve on its new National Artist Advisory Council: Carolyn Halliday, Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi, Mary Giles, Pat Hickman,…

On Borrowed Time: Postponing the Inevitable

Installation by Maggie Thompson May 12 – June 25, 2016 • Joan Mondale Gallery Opening Reception: Thursday, May 12, 6 – 8 pm Opening Reception Artist Talk in Gallery by Maggie Thompson at 7 pm Opening Reception Parking: 2…

Red

Scandinavian Weavers – Weavers Guild of Minnesota May 12 – June 25, 2016 • Community Gallery An Exhibit of Scandinavian Weaving with a Focus on Red The Scandinavian Weavers, part of the Weavers Guild of Minnesota for more…

Joys & Tears in the Apron Strings

Yvonne Cory May 12 – June 25, 2016 • Library Gallery Lecture June 9: Down through the Decades Aprons have been a universal cover-up, a wearable garment for thousands of years. In recent decades, however, they’ve been pushed…

Haiku Two Ways

Sandra Brick May 12 – June 25, 2016 • Studio Gallery Visual art meets literary art when Sandra Brick “translates” 36 Haiku by Michael Paul Amram through shibori dyeing, embroidery and other forms of embellishment and surface design.…

Art Speaks: Fiber & Orphans

A new series from the Textile Center Library: ART SPEAKS This monthly series focuses on a different fiber art topic as a way to explore the Library’s collection. Fiber and Orphans Opening in 1741, London’s Foundling Hospital admitted…

Dreams & Memories: Contemporary Tapestries by Aino Kajaniemi

Joan Mondale Gallery June 12 – August 16, 2014 Finland’s 2010 Textile Artist of the Year, makes her United States debut at Textile Center. Kajaniemi’s bold and dramatic tapestries, often likened to sketching or a form of line…

An Evening with author & illustrator Michael Hall

Thursday May 15, 6 pm Michael Hall is the creator of the nationally best-selling picture book My Heart Is Like a Zoo, the acclaimed Perfect Square, and Cat Tale. Michael studied biochemistry and psychology at the University of…