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Evidence: Identity Through Fiber Art
On View: May 2 – June 6, 2015

Featuring: Dr. Joan Gaither, Olivia Robinson, and John Sims

“Evidence” examines how 3 different artists explore the creation of identity through fiber-oriented art. This exhibition features conceptual math artist John Sims, story quilter Dr. Joan Gaither, and fiber/technology artist Olivia Robinson. Each approcahes the subject matter at hand in a completely different way.

Off Site Artist Talk: May 13 – Baltimore Racial Injustice Action hosts Dr. Joan Gaither and George Ciscle at American Brewery as they talk about quilt-making, and the intersections of race and racism within the artistic communities in Baltimore now and over the last many decades.

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Dr. Joan Gaither, John Sims, and Olivia Robinson

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Olivia Robinson

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Olivia Robinson

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Dr. Joan Gaither

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John Sims

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Dr. Joan Gaither

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