'World Wide Weave' comes to Hudson
Roger Hannigan Gilson writes in the Register-Star about "World Wide Weave," an exhibit of weavings created by Camphill communities around the world. The show opens Fri., May 6, at the Solaris Center for the Social Arts in Hudson. Camphill is a global community of people with specials needs. The international textile exhibition includes a number of pieces that incorporate other media, such as ceramics, metal and wood carvings with fiber. Many of the pieces depict the surroundings of the Camphill communities where they were created. Each weaving is paired with a photograph of the people who made the piece. The show will be on view through May 16. Kam Bellamy, executive director of Camphill Hudson, will be a guest on the "WGXC Afternoon Show" with Ellen Thurston and Tom DePietro. Thu., May 5, to talk about "World Wide Weave."