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EXHIBITIONS

During the ETN conference several textile exhibitions will take place in Haslach and its surrounding area. Here are some first details on the larger projects.
Smaller exhibitions and more information will follow.

Garden of Eden - Group exhibition and OPEN CALL!

Neuhaus Castle, St. Martin im Mühlkreis

This exhibition will show a mixture of works that are selected by a jury, works by invited artists and historic or ethnographic textiles in a wonderful medieval castle overlooking the Danube. Please find more information and the application form in the PDF!
Deadline: 15th February 2019

Where flowers bloom – solo exhibition of Tanja Boukal

Gallery „Heimart“ in Neufelden

The Austrian artist Tanja Boukal deals with human dignity in her works. Social relevant and political explosive questions that revolve around the issue of exclusion, are processed in a variety of textile techniques and direct the eye of the beholder on another aspect of the theme „Garden of Eden“.

7th European Quilt Triennial

Special Exhibition Room, Textile Centre Haslach

This high class travelling exhibition covers a wide range of techniques, concepts and themes, providing an interesting insight into the contemporary European quilt scene. 161 works having been submitted. The jurors have selected 41 exhibits from 11 European countries.

Before Cotton – Japanese textiles

Old Church Tower in Haslach

What kind of fibres did the common people of Japan use before they could afford cotton easily? The answer lies in the wild trees and plants that grew in the mountains and in the fields. Marvel at exhibits from the collection of Gallery Kei from Kyoto.

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Textile Kultur Haslach
Stahlmühle 4, A-4170 Haslach
info@gardenofeden2019.org

Austrian Commission for UNESCO/Österreichische UNESCO-Kommission
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