Design Happy Hour: Surface Design with Zander Schlacter

Thu, Jul 25 / 6–8 pm

Join fellow design lovers and artist Zander Schlacter for an open bar and evening workshop exploring styles and techniques of surface design. Participants will learn to adorn fabric surfaces with prints and repeating patterns using traditional stencils, rubber stamps, and unconventional stamps made of household objects. All skill levels welcome!

Design Happy Hour invites the public ages 21 and up to enjoy an open bar of wine and beer while exploring design techniques with some of the city's most exciting makers and creatives. All activities take place in the Museum’s studio classroom.  

About the Artist

Zander Schlacter (he/they) is an interdisciplinary artist and designer from Nashville, Tennessee. Zander earned his BFA in textiles from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2017 before moving to New York City. In 2020, Zander founded his namesake textile and home goods line known for its maximalist, eccentric patterns and bold, adventurous color combinations. Zander works primarily within the medium of textiles across many disciplines and product categories; his artwork and textile prints have been applied to sculpture, home decor items, bedding, wallpaper, apparel, accessories, books, and ceramic tiles.

Please review our health and safety protocols before you arrive. MAD strongly recommends all visitors six months and older are vaccinated against Covid-19 and visitors ages two and up wear face coverings, even if vaccinated. Thank you for your cooperation.

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