Sommer Symposium 2019 > Exhibitions

During the summer symposium  TEXTILE KULTUR HASLACH and the ETN conference several textile exhibitions will take place in Haslach and its surrounding area. Here are some details on the larger projects. Smaller exhibitions and more information will follow.


GARDEN OF EDEN – group exhibition at Castle Neuhaus + OPEN CALL!


This exhibition will show a mixture of works that are selected by a jury, works byinvited artists and historic or ethnographic textiles in a wonderful medieval castle overlooking the Danube.

Location
For a textile exhibition on this topic, we have found the ideal location: high above the Danube is an impressive structure - Neuhaus castle. The narrow, four-storey tract, which dates from the Gothic period, fascinates with atmospheric rooms, interesting structures that testify to the passing of the centuries and not least because of its unique location high above the meandering Danube and the foothills of the Mühlviertel. Neuhaus castle is situated about 20 km from Haslach and 30 km from Linz.

Open Call
In the group exhibition, artistic or design-oriented works are shown that have a clear reference to the medium of textiles. There are no restrictions on the choice of materials and techniques. The date of creation of the work does not have to be recent at all. However, works from the last 3 years will be treated preferentially in case of doubt.
An expert jury will select the exhibits from the works submitted. Artists and designers can send their application form until 15th of February.

Venue: Castle Neuhaus, St. Martin im Mühlkreis
Duration of the Exhibition: 17th July– 4th August, 2019

Please find more information and the application form unter: www.gardenofeden2019.org


WHERE FLOWERS BLOOM – solo exhibition of Tanja Boukal at Gallery „Heimart“ in Neufelden

The Austrian artist Tanja Boukal deals with human dignity in her works. Social relevant and
political explosive questions that revolve around the issue of exclusion, are processed in a variety of textile techniques and direct the eye of the beholder on another aspect of the theme „Garden of Eden“.


7th EUROPEAN QUILT TRIENNAL at the Textile Centre Haslach


This high class travelling exhibition covers a wide range of techniques, concepts and themes, providing an interesting insight into the contemporary European quilt scene. The jurors have selected 41 exhibits from 11 European countries. 161 works having been submitted.


BEFORE COTTON - Japanese textiles at the old Church Tower in Haslach


What kind of fibres did the common people of Japan use before they could afford cotton easily? The answer lies in the wild trees and plants that grew in the mountains and in the fields. Marvel at exhibits from the collection of Gallery Kei from Kyoto.