Annette will be showing in the exhibit, Tricksters & Transformation, Sept 4-October 10 | Annette Heully | Space | 28'x30' | cotton and stripped space blanket, hand made 8 layer weaving | photo courtesy of the artist | annetteheully.com
Textile Arts | Los Angeles announces Los Angeles Textile Month, September 2021. The regional festival celebrates the breadth and richness of textile arts and industry in Southern California. Programming features artists, authors, curators, and creatives exploring the intersections of art and craft, architecture and industry, making and the environment. Helms Bakery District is proud to be a programming partner of the festival.
Elise will be showing in the exhibit, Tricksters & Transformation, Sept 4-October 10 | Elise Vazelakis | Altered | 2021 | single use plastic crochet, knit, wrapped with loom woven fabric with undyed, natural fibers | 92” x 32” x 30” | elisevazelakis.com | @elisevazelakis | photo Kimberly Adamis
Now entering its third year, LATM will feature artist and author talks, workshops, exhibits, and special events from artists and institutions throughout So Cal and beyond. Textile Month seeks to engage the Southern California community in a conversation about textiles’ value, purpose, and meaning. The So Cal region is ideally situated, geographically and in temperament, to engage in cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural, critical conversations about our textile systems – systems defined as the art institutes that confer value, the academic environments that teach art and craft, and the commercial landscapes that broker textile production in all its forms. Visit the exhibition at the Helms Design Center and sign up for one of the in-person events. See you in September!
Dellis will be showing in our exhibit, Tricksters & Transformation, Sept 4-October 10 | Dellis Frank | Chakra Vibes | 2021 | 28 1/4" x 11 3/4" x 16 1/2" | mixed media: fiber, wood, wire, beads | dellisfrank.com | photo courtesy of the artist
Michael will be showing in the exhibit, Tricksters & Transformation, Sept 4-October 10 | Michael Koch | Shed, detail | 2021 dimensions variable--approx. 84" x 36" x 18" | transparent box liners from cereals, crackers, linen knitted cord, crochet | @mbkoch30 | courtesy of the artist
Liam Young will be in conversation with Frances Anderton at Helms Design Center, Sept 15 from 7 - 8:30pm | textileartsla.org/latm2021calendar/2021/4/16/liam-young | Planet City costumes: Drone Shepherd | commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria for the NGV Triennial | Film by architect and futurist Liam Young, costumes in collaboration with Hollywood costume designer | Ann Crabtree (The Handmaid's Tale, Westworld) and a group of designers and textile artists from around the world. Pants in this image by LA based textile artist and researcher Aneesa Shami | aneesashami.com