New exhibition at SFO’s Harvey Milk Terminal 1 features the innovative textile art of Kay Sekimachi.
(IN SHORT) A new exhibition titled “Kay Sekimachi: Weaving Traditions” at San Francisco International Airport’s Harvey Milk Terminal 1 showcases the innovative textile art of Kay Sekimachi. Kay Sekimachi, a pioneering fiber artist, has spent over seven decades mastering various media and techniques, including loom weaving, stitched-paper forms, and molded-fiber bowls. The retrospective exhibition features her extraordinary woven art from the collection of Forrest L. Merrill and is accessible to ticketed passengers from November 4, 2023, to June 2, 2024.
(PRESS RELEASE) SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 2023-Nov-4 — /Travel PR News/ — Kay Sekimachi (b. 1926) is a pioneering fiber artist whose complex work reflects an elegant impression of simplicity. For more than seven decades, she has mastered a wide range of media and techniques, including on- and off-loom textiles, stitched-paper forms, and molded-fiber bowls. Loom weaving captivated Sekimachi after a chance introduction in college sent her on a remarkable lifelong journey. Considered a “weaver’s weaver,” Sekimachi has created an oeuvre of decorative, figurative, and abstract textile art and sculpture that is without parallel. Kay Sekimachi: Weaving Traditions presents a retrospective of Kay Sekimachi’s extraordinary woven art from the collection of Forrest L. Merrill.
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Kay Sekimachi: Weaving Traditions is located post-security in Harvey Milk Terminal 1 of the San Francisco International Airport. This exhibition is accessible from November 4, 2023 – June 2, 2024 to ticketed passengers, and through prior arrangement by emailing email@example.com.
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Established in 1980 by the Airport Commission, SFO Museum’s mission is to delight, engage, and inspire a global audience with programming on a broad range of subjects; to collect, preserve, interpret, and share the history of commercial aviation; and to enrich the public experience at San Francisco International Airport. The Museum has been accredited by the American Alliance of Museums since 1999 and retains the distinction of being the only accredited museum in an airport.
Today, SFO Museum operates more than twenty-five sites throughout the Airport terminals, including fourteen galleries that exhibit a rotating schedule of art, history, photography, science, and cultural exhibitions. Among the sites is the San Francisco Airport Commission Aviation Library and Louis A. Turpen Aviation Museum, which houses a permanent collection of more than 160,000 objects related to the history of commercial aviation. To browse current and past exhibitions, research our collection, or for more information, please visit sfomuseum.org. Follow us on facebook.com/sfomuseum, x.com/sfomuseum, or instagram.com/sfomuseum.
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