WARP AND WEFT: Negotiating Cultural Spaces Pop-Up Art Exhibition and Workshop
7 p.m. Collective loom weaving workshop led by multidisciplinary design and art studio Dougall Paulson at The Hive followed by a reception at the museum
Pop-up art exhibition on view at The Hive Thursday to Friday, Oct. 18-19, 9am-9pm
9 p.m. Live music co-sponsored by KSPC featuring Becky Zhang PO '22 and Multi-Cacti with Jeremy Adams, Jackson Kinder, Cherise Higgens, and Jackson Kuzzie all PO '21
About Dougall Paulson
Co-founders of multidisciplinary design studio Dougall Paulson, Sean Dougall and Andrew Paulson seek beauty through new forms of sculptural objects, furniture, lighting, and textiles, as well as interior experiences, branding and graphic identities, and art direction. Using narrative as the thread that binds ideas together, their unique take on visual storytelling is the starting point for the creation of objects that straddle the fine, decorative, and graphic arts. Their work is found in private and public collections around the world, and has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, and Elle Decor, among others. Based in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, Dougall Paulson approach their practice with a focus on curiosity and discovery.