March 2, 2022 Back To News


SEWING CIRCLE WITH MARIE WATT in collaboration with The Hunterdon Art Museum.
Marie Watt’s interdisciplinary work draws from history, biography, Iroquois proto-feminism, and Indigenous teachings. Exploring the intersection of history, community, and storytelling her work includes collaborative actions. Watt has been hosting sewing circles in her studio, community spaces, schools, and institutions for fifteen years. These gatherings are an essential part of her work.
Sunday, March 13, 2022
MARC STRAUS, 299 Grand Street, New York, 4th Floor
(*please note that there is no elevator in the building)
RSVP is required for this event.
Limited one-hour spots are available.
Please call the gallery or email us at to inquire if a slot is available. We will assign an hour based on availability.
Proof of vaccination is required to attend this event.
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