Sunday, September 23, 2018 - 11:00am to Sunday, January 6, 2019 - 5:00pm
Dorie Millerson, Chair of the Material Art & Design Program will have three pieces of work shown in the Unterdon Art Museum.
Hunterdon Art Museum: Center for Art, Craft & Design, Clinton, New Jersey, Tues. to Sun. 11:00-5:00 pm.
Sept. 23, 2018 - Jan. 6, 2019
"A ground-breaking exhibition highlighting how lace makers are expanding the traditional boundaries of their art form to create exciting work that investigates contemporary themes, materials and forms... Lace, not Lace: Contemporary Fiber Art from Lacemaking Techniques, reveals how contemporary fiber artists are applying bobbin and needle lace techniques to a multitude of fibers and filaments in unlimited colors and textures to interpret their world." – Hunterdon Art Museum
Venue & Address:
Hunterdon Art Museum: Centre for Art, Craft & Design, Clinton, New Jersey
All Hands on Tech: Craft, Pedagogy & the Digital Challenge
What does “handmade” mean in the digital age? OCAD U faculty Lynne Heller and Dorie Millerson (MAAD chair) will consider the place of digital craft at OCAD University from the perspectives of faculty, staff and technicians. Developed organically out of the everyday experiences of practitioners at OCAD U in Material Art & Design (MAAD), a department rooted in craft processes and materiality, the presentation will question how digital craft methods are changing teaching and learning in the studio and speculate how to understand objects that are produced by digital tools instead of through embodied making methods.
Saturday, June 15, 2013 - 4:00am to Sunday, October 27, 2013 - 4:00am
Opening Reception: Jun. 14th, 4:00 pm, Old Church, opposite the Rijswijk Museum
An exhibition of works by Dorie Millerson
Dorie Millerson, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Design, will be exhibiting three pieces in the Rijswijk Textile Biennial 2013 which opens this week. A catalogue is available with text written by art historian Frank van der Ploeg.
“Twenty international artists will be exhibiting the ‘state of the art’ from the world of textile art. Their work displays a virtuoso balance between the latest technology and traditional handwork. The combination of tried and tested textile techniques such as weaving, quilting and embroidery with photography, video and digital technology results in a contemporary visual language. Furthermore, what is particularly striking is the strength of engagement with social themes among a number of the exhibitors: a powerful message cloaked in soft textiles.”