An Earth Day Open House at the Brooklyn Textile Arts Center

Fashioning Self and the Environment

An Earth Day Open House at the Brooklyn Textile Arts Center
Saturday, April 22 6-9 PM

abigail doan recycled fiber photo


Invited artists and local sustainable fashion designers will showcase their fiber, textile, and green design initiatives, as well as offering activities related to slow fashion strategies and environmental outreach. Visitors will be able participate in on-site activities and share in a dynamic community dialogue for Earth Day 2011.

Participating artists/designers include:

Susan Benarcik:
http://www.susanbenarcik.com/

Meiling Chen:
http://www.meilingchen.com/

Abigail Doan:
http://abigaildoan.blogspot.com/
http://eccoeco.blogspot.com

Daria Dorosh assisted by John Kiehl and Jose Marinez:
http://www.dariadorosh.com/

Xing-Zhen Chung-Hilyard/Melissa Kirgan (Eko-Lab):
http://eko-lab.com/

Ceca Georgieva:
http://cecageorgieva.blogspot.com/

Titania Inglis:
http://titaniainglis.com/

Anjelika Krishna (a.d.o. clothing):
http://www.adoclothing.com/

Rachel Miller:
http://www.rachel-miller.com/

Eve Mosher/Renata Mann debut of (Intra)structures:
http://www.evemosher.com
http://www.renatamann.com

Shannon South (reMade USA):
http://www.remadeusa.com/

Tara St. James (Study NY) and Andria Crescioni with Awamaki Lab:
http://4equalsides.com/
http://www.awamaki.org/

Edina Tokodi (Mosstika):
http://mosstika.com/

Tali Weinberg:
http://www.taliweinberg.com/

Zoe Sheehan Saldana:
http://www.zoesheehan.com

Emma Grady writes about the event for Tree Hugger:

In Brooklyn, Join Environmental Artists and Designers for Interactive Earth Day Eve

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