Tabitha Arnold

Tabitha Arnold’s maximalist, narrative tapestries speak to the radical past and ongoing struggle that threads all working people together. Shes inspired by the history of the international labour movement, as well as her own experiences as a worker, organizer and artist coming of age during a wave of unionization and class-consciousness. Arnold’s textiles have been featured in Hyperallergic, Jacobin magazine, and on issue covers of Dissent magazine. She is a MacDowell Fellow and part of the American Craft Council’s 2022 Emerging Artist Cohort. 

Instagram: @tabithakarnold 


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