Jane Dunnewold to speak at Surface Matters Symposium

We are thrilled to announce that Jane Dunnewold will be speaking on March 3rd at the upcoming symposium, Surface Matters.  She will join Marci McDade and Lou Cabeen for a discussion about surface design followed by a break out session tentatively titled, “Finding Your Own Visual Language.”

Jane Dunnewold is the author of Complex Cloth (1996) Improvisational Screen Printing (2003), and co-authored Finding Your Own Visual Language (2007). Interweave Press published Art Cloth: A Guide to Surface Design on Fabric in 2010. Dunnewold is the former chair of the Surface Design Studio at the Southwest School of Art. She teaches and lectures on art cloth internationally, including recent tours to Australia, Italy and the United Kingdom.

Dunnewold’s work was featured in the one-person exhibitions Sacred Planet (2009/2011) and Etudes: A Daily Practice (2011). She was awarded the Quilt Japan Prize in the 2002 Visions exhibition, and the Gold Prize, at the Taegue International Textile Exhibition. The vice-president of the Surface Design Association, she maintains Art Cloth Studios, in San Antonio, Texas, USA. Additional information on commissions and exhibition experience can be found at complexcloth.com. Essays on the creative process and acts of making are offered regularly at existentialneighborhood.blogspot.com.

Website name and URL: complexcloth.com
Existentialneighborhood.blogspot.com

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