Wearable Art Workshop

Stacy Scibelli

Taught by Stacy Scibelli

Stacy Scibelli is an artist and designer living and working in Boston MA. Stacy is an adjunct professor of Fashion Design at Mount Ida College in Newton and Newbury College in Brookline. She has several years experience working in the costume and fashion industry and therefore her work is primarily garment based interactive sculpture. Currently, Stacy is the Artist in Residence at the Boston Center for the Arts. She is the recent recipient of an Assets for Artists grant through Mass MOCA, a Franklin Furnace Grant in New York City, and a project grant from Possible Futures in Atlanta GA. Please visit stacyascibelli.com for images of Stacy’s work and additional information.

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During this workshop we will explore the question of what is art? And what is fashion? And what do they have in common?

We'll look at the history of interactive and wearable art and conceptualize and create our own piece. We will consider the importance of material, concept, and problem solving in terms of how to communicate ideas and will collaboratively produce several wearable and interactive art pieces.

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