Anni Albers: Life and Legacy,
with Cameron Taylor-Brown
Third Floor Lecture Hall | Free with Museum Admission
Anni Albers has been called “an artist who changed weaving and a weaver who changed art.” Albers (1899-1994) was an iconic artist, designer, weaver, writer and a gifted teacher who continues to inspire generations who follow in her footsteps. This lecture examines the life and work of Anni Albers and her continuing legacy.
The public talk is followed by the workshop Materiality: The Tactile Experience for registered guests.
Starts at 11:00 am in the Lecture Hall.
Photo by Steve Bowbrick
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