TAC Pattern Box on the Road!

Whenever I’m on the road, I love to send postcards to my friends and family. I’ll pick them up from anywhere: used bookstores, tacky tourist shops and even the free giveaways from bookstores and coffee shops. Those I tend to

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TAC Pattern Box on the Road!

Whenever I’m on the road, I love to send postcards to my friends and family. I’ll pick them up from anywhere: used bookstores, tacky tourist shops and even the free giveaways from bookstores and coffee shops. Those I tend to

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NY State Sheep and Wool Festival!

Last week, we headed up to Rhinebeck, NY to check out the 2014 NY State Sheep and Wool Festival. When we arrived, we were in fiber-nerd heaven — our day was filled with shaggy sheep, knitting competitions, piles of wool

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NY State Sheep and Wool Festival!

Last week, we headed up to Rhinebeck, NY to check out the 2014 NY State Sheep and Wool Festival. When we arrived, we were in fiber-nerd heaven — our day was filled with shaggy sheep, knitting competitions, piles of wool

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Jacob Hashimoto Exhibition at Mary Boone Gallery

Recently, I went to the Mary Boone Gallery in Chelsea to visit artist Jacob Hashimoto‘s large scale site-specific installation Skyfarm Fortress. In this exhibition, Hashimoto installed his signature bamboo paper kites in all different shapes from wall to wall, ceiling

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Jacob Hashimoto Exhibition at Mary Boone Gallery

Recently, I went to the Mary Boone Gallery in Chelsea to visit artist Jacob Hashimoto‘s large scale site-specific installation Skyfarm Fortress. In this exhibition, Hashimoto installed his signature bamboo paper kites in all different shapes from wall to wall, ceiling

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Anne Wilson’s Objects, Fields, Performances

If you have not yet seen Anne Wilson’s performance piece, To Cross (Walking New York), at the Drawing Center, you’ve got three more opportunities.  Anne was so kind to spend an evening with the TAC residents and staff and give an overview of

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Anne Wilson’s Objects, Fields, Performances

If you have not yet seen Anne Wilson’s performance piece, To Cross (Walking New York), at the Drawing Center, you’ve got three more opportunities.  Anne was so kind to spend an evening with the TAC residents and staff and give an overview of

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RAZZLE DAZZLE: Samantha Bittman

Samantha Bittman’s recent show Razzle Dazzle at Chicago’s Andrew Rafacz Gallery certainly promises what the title indicates. Playing with painting over patterned weave structures in often black and white compositions and subsequently layered onto a similarly patterned wallpaper, the optical effect of

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RAZZLE DAZZLE: Samantha Bittman

Samantha Bittman’s recent show Razzle Dazzle at Chicago’s Andrew Rafacz Gallery certainly promises what the title indicates. Playing with painting over patterned weave structures in often black and white compositions and subsequently layered onto a similarly patterned wallpaper, the optical effect of

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Guatemalan Textiles from Chichicastenango Market

Greetings from Guatemala! Over the next few months I will be researching, photographing, and writing about the diverse world of textiles in Guatemala exclusively for the TAC community. Just a few days ago I traveled to the famous market in

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Guatemalan Textiles from Chichicastenango Market

Greetings from Guatemala! Over the next few months I will be researching, photographing, and writing about the diverse world of textiles in Guatemala exclusively for the TAC community. Just a few days ago I traveled to the famous market in

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Meet AIR6 at Gowanus Open Studios!

Come by TAC Brooklyn this weekend to see our Cycle 6 Artists in Residence at work! This Saturday and Sunday, TAC will be one of the many neighborhood arts organizations participating in Gowanus Open Studios. We are eager to share

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Meet AIR6 at Gowanus Open Studios!

Come by TAC Brooklyn this weekend to see our Cycle 6 Artists in Residence at work! This Saturday and Sunday, TAC will be one of the many neighborhood arts organizations participating in Gowanus Open Studios. We are eager to share

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AIR6 Drawing Marathon

The artists of AIR cycle 6 recently participated in an all-weekend, intensive drawing marathon. Having spent many childhood summers away at camp, I nostalgically anticipated this immersive experience for weeks. The marathon was a way to get to know one other,

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AIR6 Drawing Marathon

The artists of AIR cycle 6 recently participated in an all-weekend, intensive drawing marathon. Having spent many childhood summers away at camp, I nostalgically anticipated this immersive experience for weeks. The marathon was a way to get to know one other,

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Materials for Living / Andrea Zittel

I am eternally fascinated by artists who exist at the intersection of making and living, blurring the lines between work and play, and elevating the everyday to a heightened state of performance. When I first learned about Andrea Zittel, and

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Materials for Living / Andrea Zittel

I am eternally fascinated by artists who exist at the intersection of making and living, blurring the lines between work and play, and elevating the everyday to a heightened state of performance. When I first learned about Andrea Zittel, and

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Adolescent Nostalgia: Collages of Kelly McCafferty

This past summer,  some pals and I adventured to Wassaic – a small town in the Hudson Valley. We were headed to the annual Wassaic Arts Festival, which has been promoting and celebrating contemporary art with their extensive residency program, community

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Adolescent Nostalgia: Collages of Kelly McCafferty

This past summer,  some pals and I adventured to Wassaic – a small town in the Hudson Valley. We were headed to the annual Wassaic Arts Festival, which has been promoting and celebrating contemporary art with their extensive residency program, community

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