Letterpressed Holiday Cards by Andrew Benincasa

Andrew Benincasa teaches paper-cut classes here at TAC, and this winter he has created three large images, and turned them into both a giant lightbox triptych and into small, letterpressed holiday cards. You can visit Andrew’s shop here. And view

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Letterpressed Holiday Cards by Andrew Benincasa

Andrew Benincasa teaches paper-cut classes here at TAC, and this winter he has created three large images, and turned them into both a giant lightbox triptych and into small, letterpressed holiday cards. You can visit Andrew’s shop here. And view

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Navajo Tapestry in Antelope Canyon

Last week I got the chance to fly out to Arizona and join my sister for the remainder of her cross country road trip home to Los Angeles.  Upon arriving in Phoenix, we headed north towards Page to visit the

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Navajo Tapestry in Antelope Canyon

Last week I got the chance to fly out to Arizona and join my sister for the remainder of her cross country road trip home to Los Angeles.  Upon arriving in Phoenix, we headed north towards Page to visit the

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ICA: Fiber Sculpture 1960 – Present

They say ignorance is bliss – and it is. My trip to the Boston ICA was no less enlightening than an epiphany. It not only validated what textiles as an art form could be, but also assured that textiles can,

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ICA: Fiber Sculpture 1960 – Present

They say ignorance is bliss – and it is. My trip to the Boston ICA was no less enlightening than an epiphany. It not only validated what textiles as an art form could be, but also assured that textiles can,

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Soojin Cha | Eternal Energy: Embroidery Drawing

As I was strolling down the street in Little Italy the other day, I came across Gallery Nine5, where the work of Korean embroidery artist Soojin Cha is on view until December 28th in an exhibition titled: Eternal Energy: Embroidery Drawing. The space

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Soojin Cha | Eternal Energy: Embroidery Drawing

As I was strolling down the street in Little Italy the other day, I came across Gallery Nine5, where the work of Korean embroidery artist Soojin Cha is on view until December 28th in an exhibition titled: Eternal Energy: Embroidery Drawing. The space

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Fotini Gouseti, ‘Kalavryta 2012’

For my first blog post as artist in residence at the Textile Arts Center, I would like to share a recent textile artwork by friend and colleague, Fotini Gouseti, with the TAC community. ‘Kalavryta 2012’ is a 25 meter long

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Fotini Gouseti, ‘Kalavryta 2012’

For my first blog post as artist in residence at the Textile Arts Center, I would like to share a recent textile artwork by friend and colleague, Fotini Gouseti, with the TAC community. ‘Kalavryta 2012’ is a 25 meter long

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Josh Faught: Christmas Creep at Lisa Cooley

        In Josh Faught’s latest exhibition, Chistmas Creep, on view at Lisa Cooley, Faught continues his extensive effort to construct woven, knitted, and crocheted sculptures that aim to manipulate fabric as a means of performative language. Particularly interested with

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Josh Faught: Christmas Creep at Lisa Cooley

        In Josh Faught’s latest exhibition, Chistmas Creep, on view at Lisa Cooley, Faught continues his extensive effort to construct woven, knitted, and crocheted sculptures that aim to manipulate fabric as a means of performative language. Particularly interested with

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SHOP and MAKE: Handmade Markets and Classes

Shopping handmade and local helps put some more cheer into your season. Not only are you getting unique goods to share with your loved ones, you also get a chance to support artisans and makers in your community! Here are

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SHOP and MAKE: Handmade Markets and Classes

Shopping handmade and local helps put some more cheer into your season. Not only are you getting unique goods to share with your loved ones, you also get a chance to support artisans and makers in your community! Here are

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AIR Interview: Christi Johnson

Christi Johnson is one of our new Artists in Residence here at TAC, and I recently had the opportunity to ask her about her work, influences and process. Your family has a tradition of fibers and textiles. Could you talk

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AIR Interview: Christi Johnson

Christi Johnson is one of our new Artists in Residence here at TAC, and I recently had the opportunity to ask her about her work, influences and process. Your family has a tradition of fibers and textiles. Could you talk

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Growing Color: New Sewing Seeds Project Installed!

We’re so excited to show our latest project – natural dye plant ID tags! Sewing Seeds recently received support from the New York Restoration Project to create Growing Color, a project that labels existing dye plants in New York community

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Growing Color: New Sewing Seeds Project Installed!

We’re so excited to show our latest project – natural dye plant ID tags! Sewing Seeds recently received support from the New York Restoration Project to create Growing Color, a project that labels existing dye plants in New York community

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Farming in Kansas: An Update with Neil Goss

Neil Goss spent a month last year as TAC’s Sewing Seeds Resident Artist. During that month, he wove a very tall and naturally dyed totem installation that hung in TAC’s old Sewing Seeds garden on Dean and 4th ave. Recently,

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Farming in Kansas: An Update with Neil Goss

Neil Goss spent a month last year as TAC’s Sewing Seeds Resident Artist. During that month, he wove a very tall and naturally dyed totem installation that hung in TAC’s old Sewing Seeds garden on Dean and 4th ave. Recently,

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