Identity Tapestry by Mary March. A paticipatory tapestry where participants map aspects of their identity creating this installation reflecting the complexity and interconnecting aspects of identity/ humanity.
Potentially great transformation of mirror mobiles we're planing to use in Part One, Scene One. Mirror Projection- could make a great backdrop. Maybe with light and projection, we could transform this scene into the night sky with stars…
Dawn Tan Here we can observe what can be made when taking the quilting and intervening of fabrics to the extreme in what refers to scale, shape and concept. The large scale of the pieces and the loud aesthetic inherent to the products they are mimicking make a loud comment on objects of daily human consumption.
This 30-foot long and 8-foot in diameter jellyfish piece is made from marine debris found on the beaches of Homer during multiple community beach cleanup projects. Homer High School is borrowing the jellyfish and other pieces of marine debris art from the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies to use as prom decorations April 9. Photo provided