Join us as three artists discuss their use of fiber-based techniques to create work in non-traditional book and book inspired formats that addresses familial, communal, and cultural narratives. Annie Lopez (AZ), uses cyanotype and stitching to create dimensional works that feature social commentary and family histories. Rhiannon Skye Tafoya (KS), translates the traditional weaving techniques learned from her grandmother to forge dialogs within and outside community. Alisa Banks (TX), uses needlework to consider the performative and sensorial potential of the book through narratives that explore multiple identities.
The 2021 Benefit Auction is OPEN - Section 2 pieces are now $150! TOTAL RAISED: $54,400