About this event
Thirty-four contemporary artists from across the United States participate in this exhibition. Whether sculptural, site-specific, or experimental, exhibited artworks are rooted in the structure, processes, and history in the constantly-evolving field of fibers.
Juried by María-Elisa Heg, curatorial fellow at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft and Mark Newport, fibers artist and Head of Fiber at Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Image: RedLine/Redwork by artist Kira Keck, cotton embroidery floss on aida cloth, 14.25” x 14.25,” photographed by Dan Meyers.
Andrea Alonge, Sylvie Alusitz, Théo Bignon, Ashley Blalock, Sarah Blanchette, Peter Clouse, Rebecca Davison, Evin Dubois, Tatiana Garmendia, Estephania Gonzalez, Lizz Hamilton, Gonzalo Hernandez, Margaret Hull, Saskia Jorda, Amy Keefer, DongKyu Kim, Kira Keck, Lena Klett, Molly Koehn, Jonathan Korotko, Erin LaRocque, Stephany Latham, Melissa Leandro, Margaret Leininger, Holliday Martindale, Kristen Miologos, Ann Morton, Andrea Petrini, Emily Schmidt, Kurt Treeby, Joy Ude, Clare Verstegen, Sarah Wertzberger and Chantal Zakari.
Community Reception: Thursday, September 12, 6 - 9 p.m.
Items not allowedOutside food and beverages are not permitted in the gallery.
Directions and parkingThe MCC Art Gallery can be found behind the AC building near the MCC Theatre. Complimentary parking for events is conveniently provided in the southeast lots of campus.
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September 3 – November 7, 2019
Monday - Thursday, 9am – 5pm
Monday - Thursday: 9am – 6pm
Open Extended Hours During Special Events:
Closed Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Observed Holidays
Admission is Free