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Category - Exhibitions

Gone but Never Forgotten: Remembering Those Lost to Police Brutality

September 15 – December 24, 2020 • Textile Center's Joan Mondale Gallery Gone but Never Forgotten: Remembering Those Lost to Police Brutality is a national juried exhibition showcasing 26 quilts that honor those whose lives were violently ended due to police negligence and…

Roots of Our Labor – Virtual Exhibition

Roots of Our Labor Virtual Exhibition The 2019-2020 grantees celebrated another year of the program’s success by proposing and producing projects that challenged their studio practices and the role of textile traditions, materials, and techniques in the conceptual…

PRIDE – Virtual Exhibition

PRIDE Virtual Exhibition Welcome to PRIDE, the first exhibition in Textile Center’s history in tribute and support of nationally known textile artists in the LGBTQ+ community. It is an honor to present an exhibition celebrating the spirit of…

Art Cloth Network: Full Circle – Virtual Exhibition

Art Cloth Network: Full Circle Virtual Exhibition Original Exhibition Dates:  July 7 – October 10, 2020 • Community Gallery Twenty years young! Congratulations to 27 member-artists of the Art Cloth Network, who engaged with textile and fiber art…

Friends of Mary – Virtual Exhibition

Friends of Mary: Continuing the Legacy of Mary Giles Virtual Exhibition Mary in her studio (photo by Mark LaFavor) Original Exhibition Dates: August 12 - October 26, 2019 • Studio Gallery Mary Giles was a nationally recognized fiber artist…

Artists in the Kitchen – Virtual Exhibition

Artists in the Kitchen Virtual Exhibition Original Exhibition Dates: March 21 – May 19, 2018 • Textile Center Galleries 50 works by women artists inspired by 50 women chefs & restaurateurs Welcome to Artists in the Kitchen, the second…

I Wish I Knew How it Feels to be Free (Quilts by Dorothy Burge, Chicago, IL)

September 29 – December 24, 2020  • Textile Center's Community Gallery Statement from the artist: “I Wish I Knew How it Feels to be Free is a series of social justice art quilts that document and raise awareness on systemic criminal…

We Are the Story: The Protest Series (Quilts by Penny Mateer, Pittsburgh, PA)

October 15 – March 14, 2021 • Weisman Art Museum Statement by Penny Mateer: “The Protest Series grew out of my love of protest music released in the 1960s and 70s – music that inspired people to think,…

PRIDE

July 7 - September 7 • Joan Mondale Gallery Textile Center is proud to present PRIDE, the first exhibition in our history in tribute and support of nationally known textile artists in the LGBTQ+ community. Join us to…

Art Cloth Network: Full Circle

July 7 - September 21, 2020 • Community Gallery From tradition to innovation and back, 27 member artists of the Art Cloth Network, a national organization of textile and fiber arts professionals celebrating its 20th anniversary year, prove…