The Textile Center celebrates a quarter-century with its latest exhibition. The show features 11 fiber artists who have all pushed the artform forward through weaving, stitching, dyeing, painting, and innovative manipulations. Two pieces by each artist will be shown. See these works at Wednesday’s reception in the Joan Mondale Gallery. At the same time, the Textile Center will also be hosting a reception in the Studio Gallery for “Friends of Mary: Honoring the Legacy of Mary Giles.” The local artist died last April. The show will include selections of Giles’ works, photographs of her studio, and pieces paying homage to her art by nine of Giles’ artist friends. The Center will also host a solo show of works by Insook Choi, a bojagi (traditional Korean wrapping cloth) artist. All three receptions are on Wednesday, August 14.