Preview: Opening Reception for Rewoven: Innovative Fiber Art, Thurs. Mar. 30, 5-7PM

Map Unavailable

Date(s) - 03/30/2017
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Queensborough Community College Art Gallery/CUNY


Cover image: Wen-Fu Yu, Wave 2017

What’s up? With 24 inspiring artists from Taiwan, Japan and New York, Rewoven is an intricate, conceptual balance between artificial and natural that boldly challenges societal norms and notions of social justice and community.

Damage? Free entry; no RSVP necessary

Why you should go. The exhibit features both sculptures and woven installations or bright, beautiful pieces that stretch the imagination. Using  steel wire, bamboo, bubble wrap, styrofoam and more, the results are boundless and ever-linked in a breath-taking display of awe-inspiring depth.

Yen-Chao Huang, Telecommunications Passive Substance, 2012

Artists featured include:

From Kaohsiung, Taiwan: Chen Ching-Lin, Chuang Hui-Lin, Eleng Luluan,Teresa Huang, Huang Wen-Ying,
Huang Yen-Chao, Huang Yu-Chih,Wu Wen-Chilje,Yang Wei-Lin, Wen-Fu Yu.
From New York and Japan: Steven Balogh, Hiroshi Jashiki, Ming-Jer Kuo, Catherine Lan, Lulu Meng,
John Ensor Parker, Sarah Walko, Poyen Wang, Chin Chih Yang.

Curators: Luchia Meihua Lee, Faustino Quantanilla, Fangling Tseng, Amy Winter
Exhibit runs through June 17, 2017

Spirikal says:

  • Attire? Dressy casual works
  • Free Shuttle Buses are available from Manhattan or Flushing.
  • Alone or with friends? Either or.
  • Business cards are always a plus.
  • Bring a camera!