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Threads 2020 React Virtual Runway

..in the time of Covid 19

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Threads 2020 React Virtual Runway


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A compelling story of 32 designers in the Textile and Fashion Design Program at University of Wisconsin-Madison. The film showcases the work of these talented students and shares with us their thoughts of continuing to create and learn during the shut down of the Coronavirus pandemic.  The video clips and images used were created by students within the protocols of social distancing.
This design and fashion film features creative works by 32 students in the Textile and Fashion Design program. This year’s ground-breaking virtual student collaboration includes original music by Abigail Arkley and Deryk Gonzalez of UW’s ‘18-19 The Studio cohort and knowsthetime.
Headlines and history; colors and textures; intellectual explorations and lived experiences all spark our imagination. Through music, movement and narrative, React will explore the ways we, as designers and students, respond to the world around us.
Threads Design and Fashion Event 2020: React is presented by:
University of Wisconsin–Madison’s School of Human Ecology 
and the Textiles and Apparel Design Program
With the support of University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of the Arts

Carolyn Kallenborn works with fabric and metal to create flowing garments and sculptural pieces. She shows her award-winning, hand painted garments and sculptures in galleries and exhibitions both nationally and internationally. Her work has been shown in Beijing, China; Cheong-ju, Korea; the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art in Arizona; Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Indiana; and other shows and galleries in St. Louis, Chicago , Atlanta and Cambridge, Mass. In addition, her work has been featured in such magazines as Fiberarts, Surface Design Journal and Shuttle Spindle and Dyepot. She received her BA and MFA in Textile Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Kallenborn taught textiles and design at the University of Wisconsin-Madison before jointing the faculty at Kansas City Art Institute.

Carolyn is an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the Design Studies Department. She was an assistant professor in the Fiber Department at the Kansas City Art Institute from 2001 - 2007. Carolyn currently serves as the Coordinator for “Off The Grid” the 2009 Surface Design Association international textile conference. She was Conference Coordinator for “Uncovering the Surface” , SDA’s 2005 conference and was coordinator and juror for two major exhibitions for the SDA’s 2003 conference.

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