Panel Discussion: The Legacy of Lenore Tawney

CBS Auditorium

Held in conjunction with the "Lenore Tawney: Wholly Unlooked For" exhibit in the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery featuring paper-focused work by late artist Lenore Tawney (1907–2007), a leading figure in the contemporary fiber arts movement. The Maryland Institute College of Art, Tawney's alma mater, is hosting a complementary exhibition under the same title featuring her line-based objects.

Panelists

  •   Jack Lenor Larsen: dean of Modern Textile Design, founder of LongHouse, Honorary Doctorate, University of the Arts
  •   Kathleen Nugent Mangan: director of the Lenore G. Tawney Foundation
  •   Dr. Suzanne Hudson: assistant professor, University of Southern California
  •   Warren Seelig: artist, UArts distinguished visiting professor

Moderator

  •   Sid Sachs: director of exhibitions, University of the Arts

Photo: Lenore Tawney with "Vespers," South Street, New York, 1961. Photo: Ferdinand Boesch.

Hamilton Hall
401 South Broad Street, 1st floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
United States

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