Etta Sandry is a Brooklyn-based artist, educator, and organizer from the midwest. Her work focuses on translating symbolic imagery such as handwritten text and party decorations into woven forms, reflecting on the social code that make up our cultural language. She received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2013 with a focus in Fiber and Material Studies. She now works as the Studio Manager at the Textile Arts Center in New York and is a co-director of the contemporary art initiative + website, Make Space. Etta’s work has been included in duo exhibitions at ACRE Projects and Roots & Culture in Chicago and Open Gallery in Nashville.