There’s still one more month left to go see Stories of Migration at the George Washington University Textile Museum in DC.
My mobile village “Home is Where the Army Sends Us” is part of this exhibit and I couldn’t be happier about the good press the entire show is getting. As a participating artist it is wonderful to see viewers react to the work, but it is also important to have some kind of context in which to put the show. That many others in the world at large are paying attention to the show is a huge validation. So, in order to have all the references at hand (mostly for future me), here’s a list of mentions in the press that I know about:
American Craft (USA) Aug/Sept ’16 (p.108) Featuring “Mother Tongue and Foreign Language” by Shin-hee Chin
Embroidery Magazine (UK) Jul/Aug ’16 (p.11) Featuring “Navigating a Broken World” by Shea Wilkinson
Magic Patch (France) #123 (p.9)
Textile Fibre Forum Magazine (Australia) Sept ’16 Six pages, featuring works by Alice Beasley, Kristin LaFlamme, Gloria Daly, Penny Mateer, Susan Else, Daniela Tiger, Joy Nebo Lavrencik, and Carol Larson.
Quilting Arts Magazine (USA) Jun/Jul ’16 Nine pages, featuring works by many artists.
CCTV Africa Featuring the work of William Adjete Wilson and more