Work In Progress

Work In Progress: Hanna Washburn

  Photos by Daniel Natalo-Lifton This past week, I sat down with our Work in Progress (WIP) artist for the month of July, Hanna Washburn. Accompanied by her colorful, soft sculptural pieces, we chatted about her childhood memories of textiles,

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Work In Progress: Hanna Washburn

  Photos by Daniel Natalo-Lifton This past week, I sat down with our Work in Progress (WIP) artist for the month of July, Hanna Washburn. Accompanied by her colorful, soft sculptural pieces, we chatted about her childhood memories of textiles,

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Work In Progress: Emma Hasselblad

Surrounded by sparkly sequins and pink yarn scraps, I recently got the chance to step into the world of our Work in Progress (WIP) artist for the month of June, Emma Hasselblad. We talked about her background in textiles, artistic

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Work In Progress: Emma Hasselblad

Surrounded by sparkly sequins and pink yarn scraps, I recently got the chance to step into the world of our Work in Progress (WIP) artist for the month of June, Emma Hasselblad. We talked about her background in textiles, artistic

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Work In Progress: LJ Roberts

How did you first become interested in working with textiles? My maternal grandmother taught me to knit at age 7, but I didn’t really take to it at that age.  I developed an interest in sculpture in high school and

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Work In Progress: LJ Roberts

How did you first become interested in working with textiles? My maternal grandmother taught me to knit at age 7, but I didn’t really take to it at that age.  I developed an interest in sculpture in high school and

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Work in Progress: Zaida Adriana Goveo Balmaseda

How did you first become interested in working with textiles? Textiles were always in my life. My mom and my grandma made so much of what was around us from scratch; from food, to clothing, to home decorations. We had

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Work in Progress: Zaida Adriana Goveo Balmaseda

How did you first become interested in working with textiles? Textiles were always in my life. My mom and my grandma made so much of what was around us from scratch; from food, to clothing, to home decorations. We had

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Work in Progress: Tai Hwa Goh

I recently sat down with the Work in Progress (WIP) artist for the month of March, Tai Hwa Goh, at Textile Arts Center’s Manhattan studio to discuss her artist process as well as current projects, like her Not Yet Installed DIY kit.

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Work in Progress: Tai Hwa Goh

I recently sat down with the Work in Progress (WIP) artist for the month of March, Tai Hwa Goh, at Textile Arts Center’s Manhattan studio to discuss her artist process as well as current projects, like her Not Yet Installed DIY kit.

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Work In Progress: Annie Gunks

On an overcast and unseasonably warm winter afternoon, I sat down with our February Work In Progress (WIP) Resident, Annie Gunks, in her studio to talk about her work. How long have you been working with textiles, and what drew

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Work In Progress: Annie Gunks

On an overcast and unseasonably warm winter afternoon, I sat down with our February Work In Progress (WIP) Resident, Annie Gunks, in her studio to talk about her work. How long have you been working with textiles, and what drew

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Work in Progress: Elizabeth Tolson

Elizabeth Tolson, our November WIP resident, and I recently sat down to talk about her growth as an artist, her current and past work, and the ideas that she’s carrying and changing throughout her practice. How did you start working

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Work in Progress: Elizabeth Tolson

Elizabeth Tolson, our November WIP resident, and I recently sat down to talk about her growth as an artist, her current and past work, and the ideas that she’s carrying and changing throughout her practice. How did you start working

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Work in Progress: Lucia Cuba

Lucia Cuba, our October Work in Progress resident, and I Skyped late one night to chat about her series “Wearables for/to protest,” the third part of her ongoing “Exercises on Health” (EoH) project. “Hola!” said her chat bubble, “do I

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Work in Progress: Lucia Cuba

Lucia Cuba, our October Work in Progress resident, and I Skyped late one night to chat about her series “Wearables for/to protest,” the third part of her ongoing “Exercises on Health” (EoH) project. “Hola!” said her chat bubble, “do I

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Work in Progress: Diedre Brown

September is here, and so is our Work in Progress (WIP) resident! We are delighted to have Diedre Brown for this month while she works on her project, ‘Wild Crochet.’ This project began with the inquiry: ”If it were possible to

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Work in Progress: Diedre Brown

September is here, and so is our Work in Progress (WIP) resident! We are delighted to have Diedre Brown for this month while she works on her project, ‘Wild Crochet.’ This project began with the inquiry: ”If it were possible to

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Work in Progress: Digital Wax Print

For the month of July, we are delighted to have Eugenia Morpurgo and Olivia de Gouveia who together make up The Future Continuous studio as our Work in Progress (WIP) residents. Together they are working on a project called Digital

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Work in Progress: Digital Wax Print

For the month of July, we are delighted to have Eugenia Morpurgo and Olivia de Gouveia who together make up The Future Continuous studio as our Work in Progress (WIP) residents. Together they are working on a project called Digital

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