Tuesday, 5 August 2014

ATASDA Textile Exhibition

'Future ...Past' is the Exhibition soon to be mounted by 
Australian Textile Arts & Surface Design Association Inc.

ATASDA is and has been a strong and vital textile Association since inception (formally the Batik Association) and celebrates its 40th Ruby Anniversary this year in Sydney with Future . . . Past – a non-juried group exhibition open to all members nationally.

Visitors to the exhibition will see a variety of materials and techniques.
Future . . . Past showcases diversity within the textile art world, including dyeing, felting, weaving, machine embroidery, surface embellishment, discharge, cloth construction, knitting, hand embroidery, printing and more. 
Members have created utilitarian, decorative, wearable, two-dimensional or three-dimensional works that are meaningful and definitely audience worthy.
Future . . . Past is an opportunity for members to exhibit as a group – some may never have exhibited their work before – others are known nationally and internationally. 

Works are inspired by the member's past – music, a textile, a memory or perhaps an influence of a ‘time’ in their life. Works will be exhibited with an inspirational photo referring to the artist’s Past perhaps inferring the Future. Some exhibition works, objects and wearables will be for sale.

Venue :        The Palm House Gallery
        Royal Botanic Garden
        Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney
Dates :          August 14 – 26 2014
Hours:           10am – 4pm daily
         (Closing Tuesday 26th August at 2pm)
Cost:    Free entry

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