The Textiles and Materiality Research Cluster presents an evening of international textiles. Two artists will present their work for ten minutes each, followed by questions and conversation.
KELLY THOMPSON & KAY NOELE
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH
5–7PM, EV 10.730
Fibres and Material Practices professor Kelly Thompson will share her experience producing her work, Climate Data Labryinth, at the TextielLab in Tilburg, Netherlands which will be on view at Concordia’s Black Box Gallery (EV OS3-845, March 7–11, 2018) and MA Art Education student Kay Noele will talk about her experience from Tinkuy: Gathering of Textile arts in Cusco, Peru, a conference which highlighted indigenous textile traditions and artisanal making in the Andes.