Free Guest Lecture
2 p.m. Thursday, April 14
Washington Hall, Room 103
Local artist Janice Arnold started making handmade felt in 1999 for a large scale sculpture commission for the Nordstrom Corporation stores. She has focused intently on making felt as functional fabric and art form ever since.
Some of her projects include interior design for Cirque du Soleil, an art installation at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in Washington, DC, and costumes for the LA Opera. She is a 2009 Artist Trust Fellowship recipient. Her studio is in Rochester.
This lecture is presented by the Centralia College Art Department and Student Services.