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Saturday Studio: Small Woven Structures

Sat, May 11 | 12:00–2:00



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  • Free with museum admission

White Dwarf

María Dávila and Eduardo Portillo

Take inspiration from the works on view in Threaded Visions: Contemporary Weavings from the Collection to create a textile work of your own. Participants in this Saturday Studio will have the chance to weave on small looms, experimenting with color, pattern, texture, and symbolism.

No advanced registration is required. All materials are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Saturday Studio is an art-making experience in the galleries led by Chicago-based artists that welcomes participants of all experience levels. The program is primarily designed with adult visitors in mind, but it is open to participants of all ages.

about the instructor

Bryana Bibbs is a Chicago-based artist who works at the intersection of textiles, painting, and community-based practices. Bibbs earned her B.F.A. with an emphasis in fiber and material studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is the founder of the We Were Never Alone Project, a weaving workshop for victims and survivors of domestic violence, and she serves on the Surface Design Association’s education committee. 


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