Jun 20, 2013
Philbrook Museum welcomes artist Sabrina Gschwandtner as part of the Philbrook Third Thursdays series. Guests will hear from and interact with the contemporary artist, whose work is featured in the opening exhibition at the Museum's new satellite facility, Philbrook Downtown.
New York-based artist Sabrina Gschwandtner sews 16mm film strips into quilts, displayed in light box frames. She interweaves light and dark, the tiny images on the film creating patterns of their own.
Develop the patterns within your own imagination in a hands-on interactive led by Gschwandtner. Bring a stack of 4x6 photos, and create your own hand-sewn photo-quilt.
Other materials and additional photos will be available – along with a cash bar. Sabrina will also talk about her work, inspiration, process, and the connections between textiles and photographic media.
Museum hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. The museum remains open until 8 p.m. Thursdays.
Go online for admission details and schedules. www.philbrook.org
|Cost||Admission is $7-$9. Free for Philbrook members.|
Philbrook Museum of Art
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