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When: Sat., Sept. 8, 5 p.m. 2018
In 2016, Camille Ann Brewer became the first full-time curator at George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum, and this summer the Bay Area native returns momentarily as a juror for What Knot? The group exhibition will showcase traditional textile pieces made with contemporary techniques. Danielle Wright and Ruth Tabancay are a couple of the artists whose medium-transforming work will be featured. Wright has previously incorporated political points into her work, and one of her newer pieces weaves together a message for viewers that spells out “U Can’t Touch This.” On the other hand, Tabancay, who typically adds in narration from her medical background, makes hand-woven jacquards similar to the strands of a striated muscle. Richmond Art Center, in association with Northern California Surface Design Association, will host What Knot? beginning on Sept. 11, with an opening reception on Sept. 8.
— Amyra Soriano

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