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Category - Exhibitions

Structured

March 18 — May 11, 2019 • Joan Mondale & Studio Galleries Artist Reception at Textile Center ~ Thursday, March 28, 5-9 pm (Image: Gina Telcocci, Equivocator) Textile Center, in collaboration with the National Council on Education for the…

Wone Vang: Iconic

March 18 — May 11, 2019 • Community Gallery Iconic, new work by Twin Cities artist Wone Vang, includes motifs and images from superstars to everyday objects, all executed in her signature cross-stitch, a nod—with a contemporary twist--to…

Alanna Stapleton: Outlooks

March 18 — May 25, 2019 • Library Gallery Outlooks, an exhibit of new works from local artist Alanna Stapleton, features her signature graphic style. From a first person perspective, Stapleton’s works are meticulously rendered with needle and…

Jerome Fiber Arts Project Grantees

May 23 — July 27, 2019 • Joan Mondale Gallery Janet Dixon, Heather MacKenzie, Mary Pow

Katya Oicherman: Stories of the Torn Swaddling Cloth

May 23 — July 27, 2019 • Studio Gallery

Kay McCarthy: Recent Work

May 23 — July 27, 2019 • Community Gallery

25th Anniversary Exhibition

August 12 — October 19, 2019 • Joan Mondale Gallery

Guild Wall Display: Zumbro River Fiber Arts Guild

Zumbro River Fiber Arts Guild On view: Jan 1 - Feb 28, 2019 "This is a group of fiber enthusiasts from Southeastern Minnesota who embrace many crafts such as spinning, weaving, knitting, felting, tatting, crocheting, quilting, hand-dyeing and…

A Common Thread 2019

Our A Common Thread member exhibition is always a favorite, featuring a great array of fiber art created by Textile Center's members. Join us for the Artist Reception, Thursday, January 10, 5:30 - 7:00 pm. Exhibit runs through…

Interlace Classes in the Galleries

Check out the magnificent creations from the Interlace classes in the Library & Community Galleries! Interlace is a new program of daytime classes geared toward building new skills for the 55+ age group.  From exploring personal expression through…