Theda’s Exhibition Schedule


Theda Sandiford: Rope Making Workshop

April 15th @ 10:30am – 12:00pm

Location: Schweinfurth Art Center; 205 Genesee St. Auburn, NY 13021

Theda Sandiford: Triggered, Truth & Transformation @ Wa Na Wari

Exhibition Dates: April 22, 2023- July 17, 2023

Opening Reception: April 29th

Workshop: April 30th 3:00-5:00pm PST

Location: Wa Na Wari, 911 24th Avenue, Seattle WA 


Theda Sandiford: Triggered, Truth & Transformation

Exhibition Dates: March 25-May 28, 2023

Location: Schweinfurth Art Center; 205 Genesee St. Auburn, NY 13021

TSGNY Connections

Exhibition Dates: March 28 – April 22, 2023

Location: Ceres Gallery, 547 W 27th Street. #201, New York, NY


Venus & Serena @ Governors Island

Exhibition Dates: May 5- October 2023

Location: Art Crawl Harlem, Governor’s Island

Free Your Mind: Wa Na Wari Virtual Artist Talk

Date: May 25th  3:00pm EST

On Zoom

Free Your Mind@ MAFA 2023 Conference

Exhibition Dates: June 22- June 25, 2023

Location: Millersville University, Millersville, PA

Triggered, Truth & Transformation @ The Lab

Exhibition Dates: July 1, 2023- September 17, 2023   

Location: The Lab at Krasl Art Center.  707 Lake Blvd, St Joseph, MI

Inspired By: Sopheap Pich 

One of my favorite things about the Textile Study Group of NY is it’s guest speaker series. Each month a different artist presents images and shares about their art practice.

This month Sopheap Pich, Cambodia’s most internationally prominent contemporary artist in the global art world spoke about his art practice. He is known for working with local materials such as bamboo, rattan, burlap from rice bags, beeswax, and natural pigments gathered from around Cambodia and for creating sculptures that are inspired by bodily organs, vegetal forms, and abstract geometric structures. 

I found the knowledge he shared about processing bamboo his sculptures educational, especially as I catalog the natural resources available to me in St. Croix. Lots of ideas are percolating.

Inspired by… Ann Hamilton

I have been interacting with Ann Hamilton’s white marble raised text installation at World Trade Center 1 train stop, to and from Governors Island all year long, before I even realized it was her work.

Before I was aware of the vast scope of Ann’s work, I was fascinated by images of her installation work circling the interwebs for years, which make this opportunity to watch an interview with her even most precious.

Inspiration by Jacob Hashimoto

I was first taken with Jacob Hashimoto images on Pinterest and found myself collecting his works for my inspiration board over and over again.

So imagine how tickled I was to learn TSGNY was hosting a virtual artist talk with him this Fall.

I had many questions about how he assembles his kites, the materials he uses and how he transports his large installation works. He answered all this and more.

It was an illuminating and inspiring talk. See for yourself…