This Biennial will take place in the cities of Mexico DF, Veracruz, and Oaxaca. To learn more about this wonderful textile fiesta, visit the WTA website at www.wta-online.org
Under the coordination of artist and professor Yosi Anaya, Ph.D., the biennial will offer an incredibly long list of exhibitions, conferences, workshops, and a textile congress sponsored by the University of Veracruz. Mexico is, after all, a very textile society with so much to offer.
Carolyn Kallenborn will show her documentary, “INTERWOVEN LIVES: CONTEMPORARY TEXTILES OF THE OLD OAXACAN TRADITIONS.” I can’t wait to see the entire film, which Carolyn introduced last September during the Redtextilia Encounter in Costa Rica. She will lecture and show the film on June 2 at 8:00 pm at the Oaxaca Textile Museum.