Saturday, March 15, 2014
I have tapestries in an exhibit that's opening tomorrow at Barton College, Wilson, North Carolina. It's a group exhibition by members of Southeast Fibers Educators Association (SEFEA) called "Continuing Conversations"--there are twenty-three artists included in the show, all of whom are teachers of fibers. Amazing, isn't it, that there are at least that many people doing fibers education in the Southeast. There are more, of course, several others who are members of this group who aren't exhibiting this time--and probably many others who aren't in the group. Some of us are full-time faculty members in universities or colleges, others are art teachers in secondary schools, and then a few are now teaching primarily in short classes or workshops. But education in fibers is alive through the Southeast, that's for sure!
The opening reception for the exhibit is tomorrow afternoon, followed by a panel discussion by some of the exhibitors. Then on Monday morning, we'll have a gallery talk for students.
But, before I go... here's where the stones got to yesterday:
More to come next week!
Posted by Tommye McClure Scanlin at 7:55 AM