AIR Interview: Hannah Schultz

Things have quieted down here at the AIR Studios as we recently bid adieu to our most recent group of Artists in Residents. It was a really lovely group and although we are sad to see them go, we are

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AIR Interview: Hannah Schultz

Things have quieted down here at the AIR Studios as we recently bid adieu to our most recent group of Artists in Residents. It was a really lovely group and although we are sad to see them go, we are

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Work In Progress: Andrew Benincasa

If you walked by our studio in the West Village this past month, you probably noticed the large scale cutting wall by the window, and the amazingly detailed works on paper by current Work In Progress featured artist: Andrew Benincasa. Andrew

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Work In Progress: Andrew Benincasa

If you walked by our studio in the West Village this past month, you probably noticed the large scale cutting wall by the window, and the amazingly detailed works on paper by current Work In Progress featured artist: Andrew Benincasa. Andrew

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Chinese Tapestry & Embroidery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has an extensive collection of impressive art work, and one of their current exhibitions, Painting With Threads, is a great addition to the site. This 22 piece exhibition houses a variety of Chinese tapestries and embroideries

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Chinese Tapestry & Embroidery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has an extensive collection of impressive art work, and one of their current exhibitions, Painting With Threads, is a great addition to the site. This 22 piece exhibition houses a variety of Chinese tapestries and embroideries

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Introducing Sewing Seeds Summer Resident, Ricki Dwyer!

Ricki Dwyer is our new Sewing Seeds Artist in Residence for the summer! Ricki is a textile artist who comes to us by way of San Francisco. She started her undergrad at Pratt in Brooklyn, NY and completed it for Fibers

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Introducing Sewing Seeds Summer Resident, Ricki Dwyer!

Ricki Dwyer is our new Sewing Seeds Artist in Residence for the summer! Ricki is a textile artist who comes to us by way of San Francisco. She started her undergrad at Pratt in Brooklyn, NY and completed it for Fibers

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Brooklyn Grange + Sewing Seeds!

Sewing Seeds recently partnered with the Brooklyn Grange for the Growing Color project. Growing Color brings awareness about natural dyes to wider audiences through the cultivation and identification of natural dye plants in public spaces. Sewing Seeds offers natural dye plant

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Brooklyn Grange + Sewing Seeds!

Sewing Seeds recently partnered with the Brooklyn Grange for the Growing Color project. Growing Color brings awareness about natural dyes to wider audiences through the cultivation and identification of natural dye plants in public spaces. Sewing Seeds offers natural dye plant

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Vincent Tiley: Fiber, Fashion and Performance

Blending fiber, fashion, performance, painting and sculpture, artist and designer Vincent Tiley creates daring, sensitive and innovative pieces, broadening the horizons of fiber art in Brooklyn. Tiley has been extremely busy this spring and summer participating in a variety of events

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Vincent Tiley: Fiber, Fashion and Performance

Blending fiber, fashion, performance, painting and sculpture, artist and designer Vincent Tiley creates daring, sensitive and innovative pieces, broadening the horizons of fiber art in Brooklyn. Tiley has been extremely busy this spring and summer participating in a variety of events

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Beach Towels for Bloomingdale’s!

Summer officially starts this Sunday, and we’re ready to hit the beach! And what better way to kick off the season than sporting a brightly colored beach towel, lovingly designed by one of TAC’s artists in residence? Textile Arts Center’s AIR cycle

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Beach Towels for Bloomingdale’s!

Summer officially starts this Sunday, and we’re ready to hit the beach! And what better way to kick off the season than sporting a brightly colored beach towel, lovingly designed by one of TAC’s artists in residence? Textile Arts Center’s AIR cycle

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Madesmith Academy Launches Sustainable Fashion Business Incubator

This summer, Madesmith Academy is launching a first of its kind online Sustainable Fashion Business Incubator which is specifically created for designers making clothing, shoes, bags,  home textiles and accessories. Over the course of 8 weeks, designers will learn how

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Madesmith Academy Launches Sustainable Fashion Business Incubator

This summer, Madesmith Academy is launching a first of its kind online Sustainable Fashion Business Incubator which is specifically created for designers making clothing, shoes, bags,  home textiles and accessories. Over the course of 8 weeks, designers will learn how

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Summer Classes at Byrdcliffe

  Isabel Wilson is a clothing and textiles designer we have covered in the past for her debut collection. Isabel is based out of Brooklyn & Woodstock, NY & sells her collections in NYC at Jumelle, ONA, Albertine & other places across

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Summer Classes at Byrdcliffe

  Isabel Wilson is a clothing and textiles designer we have covered in the past for her debut collection. Isabel is based out of Brooklyn & Woodstock, NY & sells her collections in NYC at Jumelle, ONA, Albertine & other places across

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Work In Progress: Whitney Crutchfield

So far, it has been such a pleasure having Whitney Crutchfield as the Work In Progress resident for May, and having the opportunity to sneak peek into her studio and creative process: Currently, Whitney has been inspired by striped designs and experimenting

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Work In Progress: Whitney Crutchfield

So far, it has been such a pleasure having Whitney Crutchfield as the Work In Progress resident for May, and having the opportunity to sneak peek into her studio and creative process: Currently, Whitney has been inspired by striped designs and experimenting

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