July program field trip to Stanford July 19th

 

Blacksheep Weavers’ Guild will be meeting on Stanford campus on Thursday, July 19th,  to see several works of art.  For those who would like to meet for supper, we will meet at 6 pm at Coupa Cafe by the Green Library:

You can see the menu and even order ahead of time here:

http://www.coupacafe.com/locations/stanford-green-library/

At 7 pm we will meet at the Green Library, 557 Escondido Mall, at the entrance by the Red Fountain, just off of Galvez, to see a tapestry called “Wordscapes” at the Green Library woven by famed Swedish weaver, Helena Hernmarck.  PLEASE BRING A PHOTO ID!

After we visit the Green Library, we will go to the new Knight Business School to look at  two outdoor exhibits by artist Peter Wegner, which have been put up recently at the (grand) new School of Business, by a man named Peter Wegner, one of which could also be called a wordscape.

It is called “Ways to Change” and is a wall of adverbs which seemingly randomly appear:
His other exhibit is a remarkable wall of color:
PARKING: Parking is free on campus after 4 pm.  There is a parking lot under the Knight School of Business, as well as off-street parking.
You can also take the Marguerite shuttle (free!) The Y bus has stops at Galvez and Serra, and also in front of the business school:
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