FATE, DESTINY AND SELF DETERMINATION
LE SORT, LE DESTIN ET L'AUTO-DETERMINATION
September 18-October 5 2014.
990 Queen Street West
Opening reception: Thursday September 18 2014 6-9pm.
We are looking for people who would like to be weaving assistants and help newcomers weave a shape to contribute to the project or demonstrate how tapestry weaving is done. If you are interested please let me know at email@example.com.
A slide/video presentation is included as part of the exhibition and perhaps you will be featured in it if you have participated. All names of contributors will also be included on one of the walls of the gallery. The curator of Craft Ontario, Janna Hiemstra's suggested that the project be ongoing and so we will continue to accept shapes. Let me know if you or anyone else is interested in contributing. This means of course, that the installation will be constantly expanding! We are also looking for other venues to exhibit this installation. Suggestions and invitations can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. This installation was generously funded by :
Susan Middleton has been natural dyeing her tapestry yarns and obtaining delicious results.
TAPESTRY WEAVING ARTISTS RESOURCES, LINKS, EXHIBITIONS, CALL FOR ENTRIES
Barbara Heller interview: http://www.zoneonearts.com.au/2014-07-07-barbara-heller.htm. You can also purchase a catalogue of her most recent exhibition:
Falling from Grace: the Tapestries of Barbara Heller
A catalogue for the exhibit of the same name is now available – 30 pages, full colour, essays by Barbara Duncan, curator and Robin Lawrence, art critic.
Catalogues can be mail-ordered from Barbara Heller (email@example.com), 5787 Newton Wynd, Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6T 1H6.
Cost, including postage and handling, is Cdn$26 within Canada and US$25 for the States. (Due to the exorbitant cost of Canadian postage, catalogues to the US will be mailed once a month from Blaine, across the border.)
The catalogue may also be purchased my studio or from the Maple Ridge Art Gallery for Cdn$21 including tax.
Jolie Bird's tapestries: http://joliebird.com/section/276895_Tapestry.html
A great step by step visual and verbal explanation of how to dress a Leclerc tissart tapestry loom: http://tapestryshare.blogspot.ca/2014/04/tissart-tapestry-loom-warping-one-method.html
Some of you may be interested in this call for entry. Deadline October 1.
Weaving classes at the Toronto Weaving School resume Monday September 15 and Wednesday September 17 2014. Registration for weaving classes has begun. To register go to www.learn4life.ca or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.