Along the Way: Murray Gibson Online Jun 22, 2024


Sat 10:00 am-11:30 am Pacific Time

15 seats available


Murray Gibson will be discussing the evolution of his tapestry practice over a forty-year timespan with a focus on specific experiences that took him along new pathways of tapestry exploration. These artistic studio-based journeys have also taken him on actual journeys: the experiences of living in other urban and rural environments have influenced his tapestry work and personal reflection.

The presentation will be approximately an hour long and followed by a 30-minute Q&A. Registered individuals will receive a zoom link. Be sure your email address is entered correctly when registering. A recording of the presentation will be available until July 22, 2024.

photo of Murray GibsonAbout the Speaker: Murray Gibson, a tapestry artist with over 35 years of studio practice, lives in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and teaches at St. Francis Xavier University. He graduated from Alberta University of the Arts in Calgary, Alberta and Goldsmith’s College in London, UK. His recent exhibits include Prairie Interlace: Weaving, Modernism, and the Expanded Frame—a major retrospective of modern textile art by makers from across the Canadian Prairies. His solo exhibition—Cloth & Consequence—has been exhibited in Ontario and Nova Scotia. He has numerous tapestries in public, corporate and private art collections. Gibson was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2019, and he was named a Master Artisan by Craft Nova Scotia in 2015.


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