AIR Interview: Alayna Rasile-Digrindakis

Today we sit down with Alayna Rasile-Digrindakis, and find out what drives her creative processes as well as what she’s been working on for the duration of the AIR Cycle 6 program here at TAC. Alayna comes from a background in

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AIR Interview: Alayna Rasile-Digrindakis

Today we sit down with Alayna Rasile-Digrindakis, and find out what drives her creative processes as well as what she’s been working on for the duration of the AIR Cycle 6 program here at TAC. Alayna comes from a background in

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Painting with Earth Pigments and Soymilk

Here at Sewing Seeds, we decided to step back briefly from the plants and try our hand at different ways of naturally coloring fabric – earth pigments! The use of earth pigments is nothing new; people have been working with

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Painting with Earth Pigments and Soymilk

Here at Sewing Seeds, we decided to step back briefly from the plants and try our hand at different ways of naturally coloring fabric – earth pigments! The use of earth pigments is nothing new; people have been working with

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Work in Progress: Alicia Scardetta

This month, along with sunny, spring days, a new program started at TAC Manhattan – Work in Progress. Work in Progress (WiP) is a behind the scenes look into the studio practice of contemporary artists and designers, to engage the public

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Work in Progress: Alicia Scardetta

This month, along with sunny, spring days, a new program started at TAC Manhattan – Work in Progress. Work in Progress (WiP) is a behind the scenes look into the studio practice of contemporary artists and designers, to engage the public

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AIR Interview: Iris Plaitakis

Iris Plaitakis lives and works in Athens, Greece, and has exhibited her collage and drawing work around the world. She recently relocated to New York to be a resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program, and today we’re excited to learn about

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AIR Interview: Iris Plaitakis

Iris Plaitakis lives and works in Athens, Greece, and has exhibited her collage and drawing work around the world. She recently relocated to New York to be a resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program, and today we’re excited to learn about

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TAC Book Club: Edith Head’s Hollywood and A Perfect Red

Edith Head’s Hollywood, written by Paddy Calistro and partly by Edith Head herself, is well summarized by the publisher who states, “In the 1920s, bored with teaching art to school kids, Edith Head bluffed her way into a job in the

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TAC Book Club: Edith Head’s Hollywood and A Perfect Red

Edith Head’s Hollywood, written by Paddy Calistro and partly by Edith Head herself, is well summarized by the publisher who states, “In the 1920s, bored with teaching art to school kids, Edith Head bluffed her way into a job in the

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TAC Book Club: The Book of Looms

As I my eyes grazed over the many book spines of the TAC library, they stopped at a book that was at the far end of the shelf, almost hidden, tucked away towards the wall. I read the words “The

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TAC Book Club: The Book of Looms

As I my eyes grazed over the many book spines of the TAC library, they stopped at a book that was at the far end of the shelf, almost hidden, tucked away towards the wall. I read the words “The

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AIR Interview: Yoshiyuki Minami

Yoshiyuki Minami hails from a background in graphic design, advertising, and a degree in Economic Sociology from the University of Michigan, and now he’s with us at TAC as a current resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program! We recently interviewed him for

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AIR Interview: Yoshiyuki Minami

Yoshiyuki Minami hails from a background in graphic design, advertising, and a degree in Economic Sociology from the University of Michigan, and now he’s with us at TAC as a current resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program! We recently interviewed him for

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Loominosity at OUTLET Gallery in Bushwick

A new generation of artists are discovering that weaving has an unlimited potential for exploration – formally through endless possibilities of color, surface, construction and materials, but also conceptually through the process of interlocking warp and weft. The history, associations

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Loominosity at OUTLET Gallery in Bushwick

A new generation of artists are discovering that weaving has an unlimited potential for exploration – formally through endless possibilities of color, surface, construction and materials, but also conceptually through the process of interlocking warp and weft. The history, associations

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Synthetic Fibers & Natural Dyes: Success and Fun at our Latest Sewing Seeds Workshop!

We’re happy to share Sewing Seeds latest project! On January 29th we ventured down to Industry City Distillery to lead a workshop on dyeing synthetic fibers with natural dyes. Our Sewing Seeds coordinator, Nicole Asselin, started off the workshop by

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Synthetic Fibers & Natural Dyes: Success and Fun at our Latest Sewing Seeds Workshop!

We’re happy to share Sewing Seeds latest project! On January 29th we ventured down to Industry City Distillery to lead a workshop on dyeing synthetic fibers with natural dyes. Our Sewing Seeds coordinator, Nicole Asselin, started off the workshop by

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An Interview with Artist and Writer Emmalea Russo

Emmalea Russo is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Using sculpture, installation, and text, she makes process-based works about voluntary and involuntary actions, the central nervous system, and repetitive tasks. She is the author of they (Gauss PDF, 2014), CLEAR1NG (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), and book

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An Interview with Artist and Writer Emmalea Russo

Emmalea Russo is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Using sculpture, installation, and text, she makes process-based works about voluntary and involuntary actions, the central nervous system, and repetitive tasks. She is the author of they (Gauss PDF, 2014), CLEAR1NG (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), and book

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