Fine Knit

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GOWANUS In 2002 Sabrina Gschwandtner started a zine called KnitKnit that featured contemporary artists working with traditional crafts. It’s now in the permanent collections of museums like MoMA, and has been compiled into a book, and the New York artist has become a kind of spokesperson for contemporary knitting, with speaking engagements at universities and art schools around the country. Which is you’ll want to catch her free lecture tonight at Textile Arts Center, where she’ll be discussing the place of knitting within the realm of fine art.



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