Lunch & Learn: Carrie Burckle on Aboriginal Screen-Printed Textiles from Australia’s Top End
Join the Fowler and Carrie Burckle—artist, educator, and co-founder of Textile Arts / Los Angeles—to learn about the methodologies, inspiration, and meaning behind the imagery in select prints from Aboriginal Screen-Printed Textiles from Australia’s Top End. An instructor in pattern design and screen-printing, Burckle will highlight aspects of design ideation, use of dyes and pigments, and pattern repeats in the production of screen-printed yardage.
Carrie Burckle is a visual artist and educator living in Los Angeles. She is co-founder of Textile Arts / Los Angeles and a member of California Fibers. She received her BFA in Textile Design and MFA in Fibers from California State University, Long Beach, where she has been teaching in the Fiber Program since 2002. Burckle has exhibited at Craft in America Center, Craft Contemporary (originally Craft and Folk Art Museum), Visions Art Museum, Mingei Museum, Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, Downey Museum of Art, Collins Gallery, and University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, among other venues.
Lunch & Learn
The Fowler’s Lunch & Learn series offers easily digestible explorations of charismatic objects from around the world. Join us to chew on some sustenance and feed your mind and soul during your lunch break.
Image credit: Dylan Minggun (b. 1998) of Merrepen Arts, Kanbi (Didjeridu), designed 2015, printed 2019; screen print: two stencils; cotton and ink; Fowler Museum at UCLA, X2019.11.7; Museum purchase with Fowler Textile Council Funds