The Oak Cliff Cultural Center recently presented “Written and Witnessed,” an exhibition featuring Fabric Artist-Poet, Jas. Mardis, and Calligrapher Andrea Tosten. Students in HUSC 3311, The Arts in Contemporary Cultures, visited the center and got a special gallery talk from the two artists. We are grateful for the time Jas. and Andrea took to explain their truly inspirational and powerful work.
“Fabric Artist-Poet Jas. Mardis and Calligrapher Andrea Tosten exhibit small-to-large work in paper and fabric exploring responses to race, injustice, and identity through fabric portraiture, symbolism, leather & wood burning and hand-lettered explorations of select, reflective classic literature.”
Read more about it here