|May 19, 2011 10:00 am||to||May 21, 2011 6:00 pm|
quilts, embroidery, textile sculpture…
Cross-Cultural Collaborations 1 – England & Hungary
Hungarian guest artist, weaver-embroiderer Eniko Szentivanyi-Szekely, reflects on her experience of living in London. Louise & students explore Hungarian art & culture.
Fun with Fibonacci – part 2
Louise & students have been making ‘An A-Z of Fibonacci’ quilts. The basic Fibonacci grids are interpreted in 26 different quiltmaking techniques – each quilt is widely different in colour and layout. Plus Eniko’s response to the Fibonacci number sequence.
All our own creations- Individual work and styles
Family Night – Thursday 19th 6 – 9pm (Donations)
Buffet, Children’s activities, Artists trail quiz
Artists’ Talks – Friday 20th 7pm – 9pm (£3)
Eniko & Louise reflect on the development of their artforms
Louise is a well-known textile artist specialising in quilt and embroidered related wallhangings and sculptures, rich in colour, texture and mathematical ideas. She teaches locally and internationally
Over the past year Louise has also undertaken local Artist in Residencies with 3 schools – Aldrington, Hove, Holmbush, Southwick & St Bartholmew’s, Brighton where artwork can be viewed by arrangement. The original pieces or the resource files will all be on display.
Eniko is a Hungarian weaver/embroiderer who Louise met when they both previously lived in London. Eniko’s trip is sponsored by NKA a Hungarian arts organisation
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