This series of four exhibitions will explore Lenore Tawney's (1907–2007) life and impact, offering a personal and historical view into her entire body of work.
The Arts Center gives an entire gallery over to the presentation of the monumental Cloud Labyrinth, as part of the series of exhibitions dedicated to Lenore Tawney.Explore this Exhibition
This exhibition intersects with architecture, performance, sound, painting, and installation to expand traditional concepts of fiber art, weaving, and structure.Explore this Exhibition
Tawney’s papers do not merely reflect her artistic legacy; they reveal her complex—and at times contradictory—identities as an artist, friend, woman, reader, wife, manager, thinker, collector, gatherer, weaver, sculptor, traveler, and seeker.Explore this Exhibition
For the first time, In Poetry and Silence: The Work and Studio of Lenore Tawney reunites a selection of Tawney’s weavings, drawings, and collages with an evocation of her studio space using objects that once populated these revelatory work spaces.Explore this Exhibition
This exhibition is supported in part by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Lenore G. Tawney Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.