They can’t live without it. We can. will open on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at the Ghebaly Gallery.
Current exhibition at Overduin & Co. featuring work by Ei Arakawa and Sarah Chow, with a performance by VERTEX af, open until November 21, 2018.
The 2018 Fair Trade Fashion Show & Marketplace will take place in the Arts District in DTLA. On November 11, 2018.
The South Bay Contemporary Gallery (SoLA) will be opening a new exhibition on November 10th. Interplay: Craft, Art & Design challenges preconceived notions about contemporary craft, art and design, without losing the meaning of materiality and the handmade.
Lifestyle brand 69 presents a survey of its groundbreaking clothing, along with a selection of inventive videos and photographs, in 69: Déjà Vu. On view through October 28th.
The Richness and Diversity of Contemporary Weaving features SCHG, on view from September 27, 2018 - January 17, 2019. Opening reception on October 3rd from 6pm - 8pm.
The Center for the Arts Eagle Rock is hosting a 6-session Introduction to Textile Design in October and November! Join textile artists Connie Rohman (Textile Arts L.A. member) and Sascha Stannard in silk dyeing, fabric painting, fabric collage, and embroidery projects.
*Whew Chile the Ghetto is on view in TAG Gallery’s loft space until September 30.
The Textile Museum Associates of Southern California will be hosting Dr. Louise Shelley for a lecture revealing illicit stories of the textile trade.
19 artists, including many L.A. artists among international artists, are featured in Steve Turner's Through-Line: Drawing and Weaving exhibition, on view through August 25th.
The Landing is proud to present Materializations, a group exhibition that finds pleasure and meaning in materiality. Opening Saturday July 14th, from 6-9 p.m.
Weave Only Just Begun, an installation and performance by Kira Keck, will be on Saturday, May 12 from 6-9pm at ILGWU.
Umyuangvigkaq: Yaanga is a free Long Table and Durational Sewing Bee event at the DTLA Ace Hotel on May 6th from 3 - 9pm.