The Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Art will be displaying Central Asian ikat robes and panels, all from the David and Elizabeth Reisbord Collection.
The allure of these garments stems from the technical virtuosity with which they were woven and the aesthetic beauty of their drape and stylized designs.
he Allure of Matter: Material Art from China brings together works from the past four decades in which conscious material choice has become a symbol of the artists’ expression. On view through January 5, 2020.
The Getty Research Institute will have an exhibition featuring work from the Bauhaus in their Galleries I and II in celebration for the 100th anniversary!
Ceramic artists manipulate their medium and fiber artists demonstrate the fluid potential of thread, each showcasing transformations of material into conceptual, abstract, functional, figurative and sculptural works of art.
Craft in America Center is pleased to present an exhibition that explores the ongoing legacy of Anni Albers through the work of ten contemporary American artists and designers working with textiles who are strongly influenced by Albers.
Join Hilary Hahn and Lori Zimmerman on August 11th and learn to create your own custom embroidered clutch bag!
Donations requested! The Textile Council is accepting donations for their annual fundraising sale. Deadline to contribute is September 1!
Save the Date! This annual fundraising sale features handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind textiles (and more!) from Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the Pacific.
Create a blended warp where color and texture are supporting players to pattern. Learn weave notation, explore a variety of woven structures, and weave your favorites in a scarf, table runner or wall hanging.
Craft Contemporary members are invited to an intimate studio tour with artist Mary Little and sculptor Chris Collins.
Textile designer Brittany Wittman McLaughlin will be teaching a Tactile Sensibility Workshop at the Craft in America Center on July 13, 2019.
UTA Artist Space is currently exhibiting work by Marco Castillo, The Decorator’s Home, curated by Neville Wakefield.