Author Archives: Vaishnavi Kambadur

June Fiber Art Picks!

The Let Go by Nick Cave Through July 1, 2018 Park Avenue Armory Using his multidisciplinary methods of artistic production, Nick Cave emphasizes on the importance of textiles with his diverse work of sound suits and sculptures. The “part performance

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June Fiber Art Picks!

The Let Go by Nick Cave Through July 1, 2018 Park Avenue Armory Using his multidisciplinary methods of artistic production, Nick Cave emphasizes on the importance of textiles with his diverse work of sound suits and sculptures. The “part performance

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Cloth as a Record Keeper of Memory

But where identity is concerned, this can result in curious sense of unselving (Alexander, 1999) I have always been curious about the relationship between clothing and family photographs. As fashion changes are typically described in the 20th century with every

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Cloth as a Record Keeper of Memory

But where identity is concerned, this can result in curious sense of unselving (Alexander, 1999) I have always been curious about the relationship between clothing and family photographs. As fashion changes are typically described in the 20th century with every

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May Fiber Art Picks!

Tanya Aguiñiga: Craft & Care The Museum of Art and Design May 8, 2018 to October 2, 2018 Event: In Conversation: Tanya Aguiñiga and Art Made Between Opposite Sides ,The Theater at MAD, May 12, 2018,  4:00 pm to 5:30

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May Fiber Art Picks!

Tanya Aguiñiga: Craft & Care The Museum of Art and Design May 8, 2018 to October 2, 2018 Event: In Conversation: Tanya Aguiñiga and Art Made Between Opposite Sides ,The Theater at MAD, May 12, 2018,  4:00 pm to 5:30

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Stories of Scale, Selvages and Sublimity: Ethel Stein, Lenore Tawney, and Mary Atwater

The traditional English Dictionary describes yarn as a thread which is spun and is used for textile making (weaving, knitting, knotting, etc). Yet, a different definition of yarn also means to tell an informal tale or a story. The twofold

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Stories of Scale, Selvages and Sublimity: Ethel Stein, Lenore Tawney, and Mary Atwater

The traditional English Dictionary describes yarn as a thread which is spun and is used for textile making (weaving, knitting, knotting, etc). Yet, a different definition of yarn also means to tell an informal tale or a story. The twofold

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April Fiber Art Picks!

Pop-up Studio and TAC Maker Space Bard Graduate Center Through May 13, 2018 Textile Arts Center has partnered with the Bard Graduate Center to set a pop-up studio and maker space in the BGC Gallery space, as part of the

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April Fiber Art Picks!

Pop-up Studio and TAC Maker Space Bard Graduate Center Through May 13, 2018 Textile Arts Center has partnered with the Bard Graduate Center to set a pop-up studio and maker space in the BGC Gallery space, as part of the

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March Fiber Art Picks!

“Fabricating Power in Twentieth-Century Balinese Textiles” and “The Codex and Crafts in Late Antiquity” Bard Graduate Center Through July 8, 2018 Curated by post-doctoral fellows, faculty, and graduate students, “Fabricating Power in Twentieth-Century Balinese Textiles” and “The Codex and Crafts

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March Fiber Art Picks!

“Fabricating Power in Twentieth-Century Balinese Textiles” and “The Codex and Crafts in Late Antiquity” Bard Graduate Center Through July 8, 2018 Curated by post-doctoral fellows, faculty, and graduate students, “Fabricating Power in Twentieth-Century Balinese Textiles” and “The Codex and Crafts

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Celebrating Female Contemporary Artists during African American History Month

There have been several, but not enough, conversations around craft-practitioners who are using textiles in many forms and shapes. Practitioners of today understand that multiple histories have existed in the same space, and recognizing this space becomes an essential part

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Celebrating Female Contemporary Artists during African American History Month

There have been several, but not enough, conversations around craft-practitioners who are using textiles in many forms and shapes. Practitioners of today understand that multiple histories have existed in the same space, and recognizing this space becomes an essential part

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