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TAC Brooklyn Studio Rentals

New Studio Rentals!

As many of you may know, we recently expanded our Brooklyn headquarters. Not only is this space home to our Artists in Residence Program (AIR), it also houses seven studio rentals as part of the new TAC Studio Membership. Perfect

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New Studio Rentals!

As many of you may know, we recently expanded our Brooklyn headquarters. Not only is this space home to our Artists in Residence Program (AIR), it also houses seven studio rentals as part of the new TAC Studio Membership. Perfect

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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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AIR Interview: Aimee McLaughlin

2015 is here, and TAC’s Artists in Residence have been busy over the past few months exploring different skills, media and techniques. We are excited in this new calendar year to see what new creations come out of the AIR

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AIR Interview: Aimee McLaughlin

2015 is here, and TAC’s Artists in Residence have been busy over the past few months exploring different skills, media and techniques. We are excited in this new calendar year to see what new creations come out of the AIR

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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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TAC Welcomes AIR Cycle 6

After a sleepy summer, the AIR studios have become a flurry of activity. The space has come alive with looms, vintage sewing machines, scraps of fabric, spools of thread and small, handmade treasures.  On September 15th, TAC welcomed eight new

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TAC Welcomes AIR Cycle 6

After a sleepy summer, the AIR studios have become a flurry of activity. The space has come alive with looms, vintage sewing machines, scraps of fabric, spools of thread and small, handmade treasures.  On September 15th, TAC welcomed eight new

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Remnants

When I walk around the city I constantly notice remnants of past eras: new brick work filing the space where a window once was, painted plaster outlines of rooms on the side of a house marking a demolished neighbor,  an

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Remnants

When I walk around the city I constantly notice remnants of past eras: new brick work filing the space where a window once was, painted plaster outlines of rooms on the side of a house marking a demolished neighbor,  an

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Artist Highlights: Joy Kampia

As an art student you see a great deal of art, so much so that at times your eyes glaze over. On rare occasions, however, another student’s work stands out and stays with you for years to come.  This is

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Artist Highlights: Joy Kampia

As an art student you see a great deal of art, so much so that at times your eyes glaze over. On rare occasions, however, another student’s work stands out and stays with you for years to come.  This is

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Artist Hightlights:Beatrice Coron

Brooklyn in the summer is a perfect place for exploration and adventure! One of the things I recently stumbled upon was Muriel Guepin Gallery’s spring exhibition “JUXTAPOSED” which ran till May 29th featured the paper cut works of Beatrice Coron.

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Artist Hightlights:Beatrice Coron

Brooklyn in the summer is a perfect place for exploration and adventure! One of the things I recently stumbled upon was Muriel Guepin Gallery’s spring exhibition “JUXTAPOSED” which ran till May 29th featured the paper cut works of Beatrice Coron.

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