Thursday, March 29, 2007
What's up this weekend?
Well, for Tyson and I, not much. We've had family visiting for the past 2 weeks, and they really tuckered us out! But for the rest of you folks, maybe you'd like to check out this event on Sunday (April 1st) from 1-4pm.
La Cornetteria, 6528 blvd St. Laurent (between Beaubien & St. Zotique).
"Knitdown s.v.p. is an art book /auxiliary industry manual consisting of
drawings on sticky notes produced over the four years Hazel Meyer worked as
a fabric designer at a circular-knit mill in Montréal. The term knitdown
s.v.p. is textile industry jargon for “a sample of a few meters please”, and
was a phrase written countless times by Hazel Meyer as she exchanged
hundreds of these notes with the knitters that worked in the conjoining
mill. Knitdown s.v.p is a collection of 197 of these drawn requests that
were stealthily collected and saved by her co-worker, Ann Smith, and
presented to Hazel upon her resignation."
Also important to note, there will be free sweet Italian cornets. Sounds like a very nice sunday afternoon to us, too bad Tyson and I are all tuckered out from hanging out with his 10yr old sister Chantal, who is super awesome and, as she says "has energy 100!"
If you need more info about this event, contact:
H a z e l M e y e r
7530 rue St-Hubert, Montréal, Québec, H2R 2N6
514 274 4293