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Washtenaw Community College's Gallery One holds Transitions/Translations: Innovations in Fiber

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May '05
gallery one at washtenaw community college has: transitions/translations: innovations in fiber show on right now.

the show which opened on march 28 will run through may 27, 2005.

throughout the academic year, gallery one has been exploring issues surrounding the movement that has transformed traditional american crafts from functional into content based creations.

the five artists in "innovations in fiber," the third exhibition in the series, have expanded the boundaries of fiber.

from technical innovations in the production of commercial fabrics, to the deconstruction of fabrics and furniture, these artists push the limits of the possible.

participating artists:

lia cook
maggie orth
liz sargent
reiko sudo
suzanne tick

view what the artists have to say and image in the artist statement pdf file.

washtenaw community college has has made education accessible and affordable for people in the greater washtenaw county area for over 35 years.

it has a comprehensive mission that includes broad-based transfer programs, occupational programs, vocational/technical programs, non-credit programs, and academic preparation classes. visit http://www.wccnet.edu/resources/otherresources/galleryone/current.php for more details.

Washtenaw Community College


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