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FABRICated: Virtual Tour and Artist Talk

(Left) Virginia Derryberry, Celo, 2018; (right) Marcia Goldenstein, Women Activists in Stitches: Maya Angelou (top) and Joan Baez (bottom), 2020. Images courtesy of the artists.

Apr 2, 2021

Apr 2, 2021


12:00 pm

1:00 pm





Online Event




Join the Center for Craft and UNC Asheville for a virtual tour of the exhibition "FABRICated," with curator and artist Virginia Derryberry. This event is part of UNC Asheville's Art For Our Times series.

"FABRICated" presents an intergenerational look at new boundaries in art and craft through works that merge fiber-based processes with other media, like painting, sculpture, and blacksmithing. Recent works by established artists Virginia Derryberry (Asheville, NC) and Marcia Goldenstein (Knoxville, TN) are shown alongside five emerging artists, each exploring ideas of the body, identity, and their unique, personal stories by using a medium with a rich history of craft.

This exhibition was curated by Virginia Derryberry and Marcia Goldenstein, organized by UNC Asheville and on view at the Center for Craft's John Cram Partner Gallery.

This event is hosted on Zoom. You will receive the link to the Zoom webinar event in a follow-up email. We recommend adding this event and link to your calendar.

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The Center is grateful to our virtual exhibition program sponsors, Joel Adams & Associates of Raymond James Financial Services.


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