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Fibers faculty member Christina Day holds a BFA in Crafts/Fibers from the University of the Arts and an MFA in Fibers from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. As a teacher, she has focused on core fiber technique: weaving, dyeing, fabric printing, material studies, felting, pattern-making and sewing.

She has experience as a fabricator, dyer, sculptor, writer and fabric printer, working for both the fashion and fine art community. Christina maintains her studio practice in Philadelphia and has shown her architectural and photographic sculptures both nationally and internationally, most recently at Cue Art Foundation in New York City and the Philadelphia Sculpture Gym.

She's a former member of the NAPOLEON artist collective, for which she served as a showing artist, and coordinator for the collective’s Visiting Writers series. She was a Knight Arts Challenge grant winner and participant for the CITYWIDE: A Collective Exhibition project, completed in 2013.

Over the past 10 years, Christina has won numerous fellowships, grants, and awards to attend residencies at RAIR in Philly, Vermont Studio Center, Haystack Mountain School of Craft (Deer Isle, Maine), and Sculpture Space (Utica, NY).

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