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Material II: D’Art Center’s Second National Exhibition of Fiber Artwork

Description: Material is an exhibition of original fiber artworks from across the country. This exhibition will highlights the quality and variety of fiber art, and was open to functional, non-functional, 2D, 3D, fine art, and fine craft in fiber.  This exhibition was open to all artists living in the United States. If you have a question about if your work qualifies, please email abradley@d-artcenter.org. (Exhibition will be an on site installation, and featured on our website)

This was a juried exhibition, and was co-curated by gallery manager Amanda Bradley, and exhibition juror, Liana Graham.

Juror Biography: Liana Graham is the Visual Arts Department Chair at The Governor's School for the Arts. She is currently a member of the Arts District committee for NEON, celebrating the New Energy OF Norfolk. She has been leading a team of students with public art works in the Arts District on Granby Street, the Ingleside Light Rail station, and the Earth Day Celebration at Mount Trashmore. She facilitates student participation in various art exhibitions and a workshop with ForKids yearly. Liana has organized and curated the GSA Fashion Show and Installation of Wearable Art at The Chrysler Museum and MacArthur Center. She also the Director of the GSA Summer Visual Arts Camp, offered every summer. Her education includes a B.S. Degree in Communications from JMU, and a B.F.A. in Painting from ODU, with an Art History minor. She graduated Summa Cum Laude, and was recognized as the College of Arts and Letters Outstanding Student in Studio Art. She has earned her Gifted Education Endorsement.Her work has been exhibited at the Contemporary Art Center (now MOCA), the Riverview Gallery, The Selden Arcade, Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries, and the Hermitage Museum and Gardens.

Exhibition dates:      
Saturday, October 10th 2020 - Saturday, November 7th 2020
Reception:            
Thursday, October 15th 2020, 5:30-7:30pm

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