Author Archives: Textile Arts Center

Artists in Residence: Deadline Extended

We are happy to announce that the Artists in Residence program deadline is extented to July 1st! Please visit our website for more information on the program, and to download the application. Starting in September, the program will be 9

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Artists in Residence: Deadline Extended

We are happy to announce that the Artists in Residence program deadline is extented to July 1st! Please visit our website for more information on the program, and to download the application. Starting in September, the program will be 9

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Sew Important

If you’ve done some traveling, you may agree that the best thing about checking into a hotel is the stuff you find in the bathroom. Yes, you might first run over to check out the view. And you may find

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Sew Important

If you’ve done some traveling, you may agree that the best thing about checking into a hotel is the stuff you find in the bathroom. Yes, you might first run over to check out the view. And you may find

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Thread Reviews- Crossing Lines

I have been meaning to get to Textile Study Group of NY’s exhibit Crossing Lines: The Many Faces of Fiber since it opened in early December but due to the location I had not made it until last weekend.  The

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Thread Reviews- Crossing Lines

I have been meaning to get to Textile Study Group of NY’s exhibit Crossing Lines: The Many Faces of Fiber since it opened in early December but due to the location I had not made it until last weekend.  The

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Jumping right in with the Artists in Residence

The Artists in Residence have gotten into the swing of things here at TAC. This cycle kicked off with a two day drawing marathon where everyone came together for rigorous exercises in material exploration and creativity. Monday was also the

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Jumping right in with the Artists in Residence

The Artists in Residence have gotten into the swing of things here at TAC. This cycle kicked off with a two day drawing marathon where everyone came together for rigorous exercises in material exploration and creativity. Monday was also the

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Snow Dyeing: ‘Tis the season

We’ve been terribly spoiled with the weather lately, with just a little reminder just 10 days ago that innocent looking snowflakes will only fall more frequently in the coming months, it’s time to think about how to make the cold

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Snow Dyeing: ‘Tis the season

We’ve been terribly spoiled with the weather lately, with just a little reminder just 10 days ago that innocent looking snowflakes will only fall more frequently in the coming months, it’s time to think about how to make the cold

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Thread Reviews

I missed the most recent exhibit at the David Nolan gallery but wish I had seen it. Did you? It featured drawings by 2 female artists, one in her early 40′s  and one who lived in the 2nd half of

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Thread Reviews

I missed the most recent exhibit at the David Nolan gallery but wish I had seen it. Did you? It featured drawings by 2 female artists, one in her early 40′s  and one who lived in the 2nd half of

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Artists In Residence: Introducing the 3rd Edition

After a very successful opening of a beautiful show on Friday night (congrats, everyone!), we welcomed the new group of Artists in Residence last night. The first meeting is always so fun and exhilarating — you never know what will

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Artists In Residence: Introducing the 3rd Edition

After a very successful opening of a beautiful show on Friday night (congrats, everyone!), we welcomed the new group of Artists in Residence last night. The first meeting is always so fun and exhilarating — you never know what will

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til death do us part?

Since I am teaching a workshop later this month on making embroidery works inspired by marriage and love I thought it would be appropriate to feature an artist working with that theme.  I have long admired the work of Susan

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til death do us part?

Since I am teaching a workshop later this month on making embroidery works inspired by marriage and love I thought it would be appropriate to feature an artist working with that theme.  I have long admired the work of Susan

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Thread Reviews- Jacque Davis

While doing some research for something I found the incredible embroideries of Jacque Davis. Her embroideries are free form fabulous explorations of color and stitches. In many ways they are simply very cool samplers as she uses an incredible diversity

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Thread Reviews- Jacque Davis

While doing some research for something I found the incredible embroideries of Jacque Davis. Her embroideries are free form fabulous explorations of color and stitches. In many ways they are simply very cool samplers as she uses an incredible diversity

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Thread Reviews-Anna Torma

A few weeks ago I came across the work of Hungarian born artist Anna Torma. She has lived her life in Canada for the past 20+ years. I have noticed a lot of the interesting work in fibers is coming

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Thread Reviews-Anna Torma

A few weeks ago I came across the work of Hungarian born artist Anna Torma. She has lived her life in Canada for the past 20+ years. I have noticed a lot of the interesting work in fibers is coming

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