Jane Kidd: Curious Exhibition Opening

2018/03/14 18:00 - 2018/03/14 19:30
Textile Museum of Canada
55 Centre Ave, Toronto, ON, M5G 2H5

All are welcome to join the opening of the new exhibition at the Textile Museum of Canada – Jane Kidd: Curious. The exhibition features four recent series of works Kidd has completed, including a new series that will make its debut at this exhibition.

Jane Kidd is one of the most highly recognised tapestry weavers in Canada, and has  been producing intricate hand-woven tapestry pieces for over 30 years. Her tapestries buzz with curiosity and urgency as she creates images that reference environmental manipulations: genetic modification of seeds, deforestation, hybridization. This exhibition invites reflection on real and imagined human engineering of the natural order, alongside examples of tapestry weaving techniques through the centuries from the Textile Museum’s extensive collection.

Be one of the first to see the exhibition at this opening event, where Jane Kidd herself will be in attendance!

For more information check out the website.

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