''Mending with holes"
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Dorie Millerson is a Toronto-based artist. Her award-winning artwork is exhibited internationally. She works in a variety of constructed textile techniques ranging from weaving to lace making to investigate themes such as memory, distance and attachments to people, places, and possessions. Articles about her work have appeared in Fiberarts, Surface Design Journal and Sculpture Magazine and her writing about craft practice has been published in Studio, Surfacing Journal, MAGazine and the book Crafting New Traditions: Canadian Innovators and Influences. She holds an MFA in textiles from NSCAD University and is an honours graduate in Fibre from the Ontario College of Art & Design. She is an Assistant Professor in Fibre and Chair of the Material Art & Design Program at OCAD University.