AIR Cycle 10 Artist Spotlight: Familien Iglesias, A Family Endeavor

Familien Iglesias: A Family Endeavor By Christine Sloan Stoddard     Photo credit: Christine Sloan Stoddard ( @Christine.Stoddard ) For Familien Iglesias, art is often a family affair. Their installation MotherLove is part of Lost/Found, the culminating exhibition presented by the 10th cycle of

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AIR Cycle 10 Artist Spotlight: Familien Iglesias, A Family Endeavor

Familien Iglesias: A Family Endeavor By Christine Sloan Stoddard     Photo credit: Christine Sloan Stoddard ( @Christine.Stoddard ) For Familien Iglesias, art is often a family affair. Their installation MotherLove is part of Lost/Found, the culminating exhibition presented by the 10th cycle of

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AIR Cycle 10 Artist Spotlight: In Conversation with Winnie Van der Rijn

Winnie van der Rijn is an epic story teller.  Simultaneously she is cracking jokes and ever serious- if you have had the chance to talk to Winnie, you can attest, it’s fun. The conversation below has been edited for brevity

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AIR Cycle 10 Artist Spotlight: In Conversation with Winnie Van der Rijn

Winnie van der Rijn is an epic story teller.  Simultaneously she is cracking jokes and ever serious- if you have had the chance to talk to Winnie, you can attest, it’s fun. The conversation below has been edited for brevity

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The Complex Art of Cambodian Ikat

Upon arriving in the Cambodian city of Phnom Penh for a week-long school service trip 2016, I had no idea that I was also beginning a journey into the world of traditional Cambodian textiles. My trip was mainly focused on

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The Complex Art of Cambodian Ikat

Upon arriving in the Cambodian city of Phnom Penh for a week-long school service trip 2016, I had no idea that I was also beginning a journey into the world of traditional Cambodian textiles. My trip was mainly focused on

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Celebrating 10 Years of Textile Arts Center

Ten years at Textile Arts Center has meant 10 years of growth, community, passion, learning, making, collaborating, and empowering. We would like to express our gratitude to everyone who came to celebrate TAC’s 10 Year Reunion Exhibition by sharing some heartfelt

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Celebrating 10 Years of Textile Arts Center

Ten years at Textile Arts Center has meant 10 years of growth, community, passion, learning, making, collaborating, and empowering. We would like to express our gratitude to everyone who came to celebrate TAC’s 10 Year Reunion Exhibition by sharing some heartfelt

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AIR Cycle 10 Artist Spotlight: Romina Chuls

My conversation with artist Romina Chuls ranged from stories of her father taking her on trips in the Andes and their traditional embroidery, to ideas around the decolonization of art museums and her time in residence at TAC. To condense

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AIR Cycle 10 Artist Spotlight: Romina Chuls

My conversation with artist Romina Chuls ranged from stories of her father taking her on trips in the Andes and their traditional embroidery, to ideas around the decolonization of art museums and her time in residence at TAC. To condense

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August Fiber Art Picks!

Artist Unidentified Spider Web Quilt, 1920’s Cotton 73 x 65 inches Photo by Gavin Ashworth Courtesy of the Museum Wall Power! Quilts from the Karen and Werner Gundersheimer Gift Curated by Stacy C. Hollander August 6 – September 1, 2019

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August Fiber Art Picks!

Artist Unidentified Spider Web Quilt, 1920’s Cotton 73 x 65 inches Photo by Gavin Ashworth Courtesy of the Museum Wall Power! Quilts from the Karen and Werner Gundersheimer Gift Curated by Stacy C. Hollander August 6 – September 1, 2019

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Work in Progress: Tali Weinberg

Tali Weinberg is a textile artist, teacher, activist, and writer who has dedicated the recent years of her artistic practice to making woven and sculptural work about climate change. As our July Work-in-Progress Artist, Tali is working on completing a

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Work in Progress: Tali Weinberg

Tali Weinberg is a textile artist, teacher, activist, and writer who has dedicated the recent years of her artistic practice to making woven and sculptural work about climate change. As our July Work-in-Progress Artist, Tali is working on completing a

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July Fiber Art Picks!

Samantha Bittman Untitled, 2019 Acrylic on Hand-woven Textile 20 x 16 inches Courtesy of the Gallery The Near Distant Future June 16 – July 14, 2019 Super Dutchess Gallery  The Near Distant Future explores the idea of visual perception and

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July Fiber Art Picks!

Samantha Bittman Untitled, 2019 Acrylic on Hand-woven Textile 20 x 16 inches Courtesy of the Gallery The Near Distant Future June 16 – July 14, 2019 Super Dutchess Gallery  The Near Distant Future explores the idea of visual perception and

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Learning Kapa

I first encountered kapa, or barkcloth, while walking through the exhibits of the Bishop Museum in Honolulu last November. I was doing an artist residency in glass and had stumbled into the museum to do research into hula, which was

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Learning Kapa

I first encountered kapa, or barkcloth, while walking through the exhibits of the Bishop Museum in Honolulu last November. I was doing an artist residency in glass and had stumbled into the museum to do research into hula, which was

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Work in Progress: Claire Le Pape

The Work in Progress studio space at the TAC Manhattan location is filled with color. Despite the rainy weather, the front window space is bathed in natural light, highlighting the brilliantly colored materials that inhabit Claire Le Pape’s workspace. A

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Work in Progress: Claire Le Pape

The Work in Progress studio space at the TAC Manhattan location is filled with color. Despite the rainy weather, the front window space is bathed in natural light, highlighting the brilliantly colored materials that inhabit Claire Le Pape’s workspace. A

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