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Fiberarts - Summer 2009
Summer 2009

 
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Contents
Marci’s First Anniversary Tea Party
More work by our Sampling artists
Anna Fidler’s new works in collage
Scott Fife’s video The Making of Lionel Hampton
John Sims’s video The SquareRoots of the Master Quilt: Poetic Reflections by Johannes-Curtis Schwarzenstein
Molly Sutkaitis’s wedding dress story from Iris Häussler’s Honest Threads exhibit.
The Winners of Quilt National 2009
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Summer 2009

Marci’s First Anniversary Tea Party

This spring Fiberarts Editor Marci Rae McDade gave a gallery tour of two fiber exhibitions on display at the Museum of Contemporary Craft (MCC) in Portland, Oregon—Darrel Morris: The Large Works 1999–2009 and Mandy Greer: Dare alla Luce (Fiberarts April/May 2009). After the talk, guests joined her for a tea party to celebrate her first anniversary as editor of the magazine, hosted by MCC Curator Namita Gupta Wiggers. A sumptuous carrot cake was topped with a digitally-printed sugar version of the Fiberarts April/May 2009 cover which showcases one of Greer’s crocheted art-to-wear creations.

Thanks to everyone who was able to attend, and for those who couldn’t, here are a few images and a podcast excerpt from the tour.

Anniversary cake
Marci’s first year anniversary cake, topped with a sugar version of the April/May 2009 Fiberarts cover!

Cutting the cake for the guests
Marci dishes out sweets.

Readers check out April/May Fiberarts
Tea party guests enjoy the April/May 2009 issue of Fiberarts.

Marci guides the group through Mandy Greer: Dare alla Luce
Marci guides the group through the MCC exhibit Mandy Greer: Dare alla Luce. (above and below)
Marci guides the group through Mandy Greer: Dare alla Luce

Marci and Namita Gupta Wiggers Point
Marci and MCC Curator Namita Gupta Wiggers strike a pose in front of Darrel Morris’s Pointing (2002; thread on canvas, hand-embroidered, 57" × 76". Courtesy of the Speyer Family Collection, New York, New York).


The gallery talk podcast excerpt (approximately 1 minute).
Visit the MCC website to hear more of Marci’s talk.

Images and podcast courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Craft,
Portland, Oregon. Photos: Heather Zinger.

 

 

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