A conversation with artist Sheila Hicks and architects Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee on occasion of the artist's solo exhibition at The Bass Museum of Art, opening in April 2019.
Like silkworms and spiders, artists and architects build by threading, drawing, weaving, spinning and casting—shaping ideas into being. There’s the fabric of textiles and the fabric of building, but all of us are fabricators. We wrap ourselves in the fabric of stories that tell us who we are, where we’re going, and who we will become.
Moderated by writer and activist Tom Healy, the curated conversations are centered around a universal question – what is really worth our time to look at, listen to, touch, taste or talk about? The series aims to bring together unexpected pairings of artists, engineers, musicians, writers, chefs, gamers, political activists, art curators, athletes and others who influence the way we look at and experience the world. Curator Culture is presented thanks to a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, as part of its Knight Arts Challenge.
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Sunday 14 April
17:00 - 18:00
The Bass Museum of Art
2100 Collins Ave