LIZ COLLINS / LECTURES & WORKSHOP
Gallery DLUL, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Wednesday, October 10, 18:00, Liz Collins Lecture
Thursday, October 11, 17:00, Liz Collins and Oloop Workshop
House of Happiness, Jesenice, Slovenia
Friday, October 12, 16:00, Liz Collins Lecture
Liz Collins is a New York based artist who has been working in art, design, fashion, installation, and performance for three decades. Employing a range of natural to synthetic materials, incorporating vivid colors, dynamic patterns, emphasizing textures and inventive structures, Collins enjoys pushing the limits and doing the unexpected across the spectrum of textile media. Collins has had Solo exhibitions at the Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY; BGSQD and Heller Gallery both in NYC; AMP Gallery, Provincetown, MA; and the Knoxville Museum of Art in Tennessee. Currently, she has a solo-exhibition at LMAKgallery, NYC and will have a solo-presentation this fall at MAD 1st Site – a new initiative of the Museum of Arts and Design, NYC. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions at art fairs, galleries and museums including Spring Break, NADA, ICA in Boston, MA, Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art; the Museum of FIT; the New Museum; MoMA, and Sargent’s Daughters, all in NYC, and September Gallery in Hudson, NY. Collins’ awards include a USA Fellowship, a MacColl Johnson Fellowship, and residencies at the Siena Art Institute, MacDowell, Haystack, Yaddo, and the Museum of Arts and Design. She is a Queer Art Mentor, is on the Exhibitions Committee at the Leslie Lohman Museum and is currently in the Open Sessions program at the Drawing Center.