Since 1992, the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection has proudly sponsored an annual lecture series in honor of Ruth Ketterer Harris, the Collection’s first curator. The lecture series has featured a diverse range of specialists with broad public appeal including textile historians, contemporary artists, museum curators, scholars, and collectors ― all of whom have contributed to an enhanced understanding and appreciation of textiles. The Harris Lecture is free and open to the public. Sign up for HLATC’s email list to receive announcements for this and other opportunities. If interested in participating as a speaker for the lecture series, please click here for more information.
7 -8 pm, Room 2235, Nancy Nicholas Hall, School of Human Ecology
Noa Raviv is a designer and artist, working in the intersection of fashion art and technology. For her work entitled Hard Copy, Noa created garments that were inspired by computer glitches and digital errors. The work received immediate press recognition and was presented in exhibitions around the world including the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the Manus x Machina at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. More details here.