Here in Downtown Bryan, we love to combine arts and culture with a little bit of intellect. SEAD After Dark gatherings are perfect for those looking to experience stimulating conversations, community involvement, and a whole lot of fun.
On October 17th, we are doing just that by hosting a SEAD After Dark talk on “The History of Thread in Mathematics in Art” from 7-9 PM at the SEAD Gallery and Bookshop. The talk on Tuesday night will be facilitated by Amie Adelman, a Professor and Fiber Arts connoisseur. SEAD Gallery was proud to have Amie Adelman as their guest juror for their juried fiber arts show, “Intersections”. Adelman hand selected a variety of threaded, beaded, and weaved art pieces from a diverse group of local artists in the Texas area and helped SEAD Gallery with its curation of art, innovation, and creativity. Amie Adelman received her MFA in Fibers from the University of Kansas and her BFA in Fibers from Arizona State University. In addition to her expertise, Adelman was also awarded with numerous travel grants to conduct research is places like Uganda, South Africa, Guatemala, Norway, Scotland, Ireland, and England to name a few. Amie Adelman exhibits artwork nationally and internationally, and has done so for over 20 years.
Adelman’s talk will cover an assortment of topics ranging from geometry to the elements of great design. She will answer questions and discuss the endless ways that art and math can synthesize. This talk is something you definitely won’t want to miss out on, as we encourage all to discover new ways of understanding, thinking, and impacting the world around them.
Preregistration is encouraged to attend this course. To register, click here.