TAC Book Club

TAC Book Club Holiday Gift Guide!

The first time I entered TAC’s Resource Library, I felt I could stay and read there forever. The shelves are crammed with every imaginable tidbit of textile knowledge, from the history of Guatemalan weaving to intricate batik instructions and the

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TAC Book Club Holiday Gift Guide!

The first time I entered TAC’s Resource Library, I felt I could stay and read there forever. The shelves are crammed with every imaginable tidbit of textile knowledge, from the history of Guatemalan weaving to intricate batik instructions and the

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Interview with Sasha Duerr, Author of ‘Natural Color’

Despite being busy with the release of her newest publication, we were lucky enough to receive a gift in the mail from our friend Sasha Duerr – an advance copy of ‘Natural Color,‘ all the way from sunny California. We

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Interview with Sasha Duerr, Author of ‘Natural Color’

Despite being busy with the release of her newest publication, we were lucky enough to receive a gift in the mail from our friend Sasha Duerr – an advance copy of ‘Natural Color,‘ all the way from sunny California. We

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TAC Book Club: Finishes in the Ethnic Tradition

As a weaver, I know all too well the onset of euphoria that comes at the end of a backbreaking project when its finally time to cut the warp off of the loom. However, I know the work doesn’t stop

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TAC Book Club: Finishes in the Ethnic Tradition

As a weaver, I know all too well the onset of euphoria that comes at the end of a backbreaking project when its finally time to cut the warp off of the loom. However, I know the work doesn’t stop

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Francesca Capone: Writing in Threads

I hurried my way out of the Textile Arts Center on Sunday evening so that I could stop by one of the last open days of Francesca Capone’s solo show at 99¢ Plus Gallery in Bushwick, Writing in Threads. Francesca Capone is

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Francesca Capone: Writing in Threads

I hurried my way out of the Textile Arts Center on Sunday evening so that I could stop by one of the last open days of Francesca Capone’s solo show at 99¢ Plus Gallery in Bushwick, Writing in Threads. Francesca Capone is

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TAC Book Club: Edith Head’s Hollywood and A Perfect Red

Edith Head’s Hollywood, written by Paddy Calistro and partly by Edith Head herself, is well summarized by the publisher who states, “In the 1920s, bored with teaching art to school kids, Edith Head bluffed her way into a job in the

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TAC Book Club: Edith Head’s Hollywood and A Perfect Red

Edith Head’s Hollywood, written by Paddy Calistro and partly by Edith Head herself, is well summarized by the publisher who states, “In the 1920s, bored with teaching art to school kids, Edith Head bluffed her way into a job in the

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TAC Book Club: The Book of Looms

As I my eyes grazed over the many book spines of the TAC library, they stopped at a book that was at the far end of the shelf, almost hidden, tucked away towards the wall. I read the words “The

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TAC Book Club: The Book of Looms

As I my eyes grazed over the many book spines of the TAC library, they stopped at a book that was at the far end of the shelf, almost hidden, tucked away towards the wall. I read the words “The

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An Interview with Artist and Writer Emmalea Russo

Emmalea Russo is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Using sculpture, installation, and text, she makes process-based works about voluntary and involuntary actions, the central nervous system, and repetitive tasks. She is the author of they (Gauss PDF, 2014), CLEAR1NG (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), and book

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An Interview with Artist and Writer Emmalea Russo

Emmalea Russo is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Using sculpture, installation, and text, she makes process-based works about voluntary and involuntary actions, the central nervous system, and repetitive tasks. She is the author of they (Gauss PDF, 2014), CLEAR1NG (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), and book

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