Hatton Gallery presents a conversation with fiber artist Rowland Ricketts

Rowland Ricketts Hatton Gallery
'Fields of Indigo' by Rowland Ricketts.

The Scott Artist Series and Colorado State University’s Department of Art and Art History, in collaboration with the Hatton Gallery, will present an artist talk by Rowland Ricketts on March 1 at 5 p.m. in the Iris and Michael Smith Alumni Center Event Hall on the CSU campus.

During his three-day visit, Ricketts will be teaching a hands-on workshop and giving a public lecture. The workshop, based on block print, will be held in the Clara Hatton Gallery.

About the workshop

The hands-on workshop for art majors will be a fantastic opportunity to see an artist creating work on-site and in the space of a gallery – a space usually for displaying finished artwork.

It’s also an opportunity to talk about the richness of Ricketts’ practice and the potential of art and galleries to house a range of events pertinent to the teaching goals of the visual and liberal arts.

About Rowland Ricketts

Ricketts is a contemporary fiber artist whose practice is both broad and expansive, as well as incredibly specific. He utilizes natural dyes and historical processes to create contemporary textiles that span art and design.

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Fiber artist Rowland Ricketts will present an artist talk on March 1.

Trained in indigo farming and dyeing in Japan, Ricketts received his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and is currently a professor and associate dean in Indiana University’s Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design. His work has been exhibited at the Textile Museum in Washington, DC, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and the Seattle Asian Art Museum.

http://www.rickettsindigo.com/ 

The event is sponsored by Lilla B. Morgan, the Scott Artist Series, and the Department of Art and Art History at Colorado State University. 

Scott Artist Series guest visit activities

Rowland Ricketts Hatton Gallery
Rowland Ricketts’ artwork ‘Mobile Section.’

Rowland Ricketts Students workshop

Feb 28 – March 2 

Hatton Gallery, Visual Arts Building 

Rowland Ricketts Artist Talk 

March 1 at 5 p.m. 

Iris and Michael Smith Alumni Center Event Hall 

Registration Required 

MASKS ARE REQUIRED 

COVID-19 CSU RESOURCES 

About the Hatton Gallery 

The Hatton Gallery provides an important venue for exhibiting contemporary and historical art. The gallery strives to engage with the global arts community through local, national and international exhibitions displaying the work of emerging and established artists alike. 

Visit www.art.colostate.edu/hatton-gallery for updated information.