Joy O. Ude
Call for fabric donations

Would you like to participate in a community-based art installation?
Donate your gently used fabric!

Suggested materials include:
Pillowcases, bed sheets, duvets, unlined curtains, large garments (i.e. jackets),
and large pieces of remnant fabrics.

The completed installation, constructed by artist Joy O. Ude,
will be on display this summer as part of Art Splash at the
Philadelphia Museum of Art!

To schedule a donation pick-up or drop-off, please contact:
Current and Upcoming Shows

Textile Center, in collaboration with the
National Council on Education for the Ceramic
Arts, brings together a complement of textile and
ceramic artists in Structured, an exhibition
focusing on textile processes as a starting point
for conceptual departure. Structured is a
gathering of forces who employ hand-making
practices, challenging both maker and viewer
in terms of how work is discussed, defined,
considered, and categorized in contemporary art.

Exhibiting artists: Shae Bishop, Jeremy Brooks, Ann Coddington, Allison Craver, Gabrielle Duggan, Jesse Harrod, Janice Jakielski, Phyllis Kudder Sullivan, Sarah Kusa, Joanna Poag, Michael Radyk, Tina Rice, Suzanna Scott, Gina Telcocci, Joy O. Ude, Casey Whittier, Rena Wood

Exhibition Dates
March 18 — May 11, 2019

Artist Reception at Textile Center
Thursday, March 28, 5-9 pm

Textile Center
Joan Mondale & Studio Galleries
3000 University Ave. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Lectures / Public Programs

Emerging Voices: Joy O. Ude
Surface Design Journal
Textiles+; Winter 2014, Volume 38, No. 2
Pages 64-65
Joy O. Ude explores her heritage in textiles and photos (July 2014)
L. Kent Wolgamott
Lincoln Journal Star

Face Time article in The Crafts Report (January 2014)
The Crafts Report, Volume 40/Issue 453 (pages 36-37)

Young Blood article in The Crafts Report (September 2013)
The Crafts Report, Volume 39/Issue 449 (page 35)

Interview with Sally Deskins of Les Femmes Folles (July 2013)

Fiber artists blend modern aesthetics, traditional techniques (May 2013)
Kurt Shaw
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
The Pattern Base
Four of my prints are included in the book project The Pattern Base: Over 550 Contemporary Textile and Surface Designs. I’m excited to be included in the series.

Disco Vasarely, Lip Service, Make Yourself At Home, and Shades.

The book can be purchased here.