October 22, 2008

Dear lovers of the quilt and those who have expressed interest in POWERSTITCHING,
In the upcoming months i will host a series of group sewing events at the New Museum. Thursday October 16th will be the first, an all-day powerstitch from noon to seven pm. The event is open to the public and I am writing to invite you please come bring poems, essays, songs, and theories to share.
On November 13th, I will host a FULL MOON POWERSTITCH during museum hours.
Noon to ten pm. Free admission from seven pm on.

This project is part of the exhibition Museum as Hub: Six Degrees

New Museum
235 Bowery at Prince Street
New York, NY 10002

In "Museum as Hub: Six Degrees" artists use the real estate of the New Museum as organizing principle, departure point, vista, and classroom to imagine the changing relevance of the Museum and its environs. Expanding the concept of an exhibition, "Six Degrees" refers to the angle of the Bowery off New York City’s grid and begins with Night School, a monthly seminar series organized by Anton Vidokle that features artists, writers, and curators in conversation with the public over the course of the year. Works by Dave McKenzie, My Barbarian (Jade Gordon, Malik Gaines, and Alexandro Segade), Martha Rosler, Lisa Sigal, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, and Anton Vidokle continue to occupy and engage the neighborhood by employing nearby buildings as canvas, local artists as collaborators, and New Museum territory as a meeting place, recital hall, and laboratory.

Organized by Eungie Joo, Keith Haring Director and Curator of Education and Public Programs.