Work In Progress: Hanski

Hannah Epstein, also known as hanski, has been working furiously during her Work in Progress residency. She gave herself only a month to create and finish work for a solo show at Pennsylvania State centered around their mascot Nittany Lion.

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Work In Progress: Hanski

Hannah Epstein, also known as hanski, has been working furiously during her Work in Progress residency. She gave herself only a month to create and finish work for a solo show at Pennsylvania State centered around their mascot Nittany Lion.

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Sustainable Fashion in Community Practice: TAC’s Make It, Mend It Club

Before the era of fast fashion and mass production of clothing, mending was a skill and practice men and women participated in on a regular basis. Most people bought fabric and made their own clothing. With a limited number of

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Sustainable Fashion in Community Practice: TAC’s Make It, Mend It Club

Before the era of fast fashion and mass production of clothing, mending was a skill and practice men and women participated in on a regular basis. Most people bought fabric and made their own clothing. With a limited number of

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Interview with Textile Sculptor Gabriella Loeb

Written by guest blogger Wilma Tesch portrait of the artist Florida born, Colorado raised Gabriella Loeb is a New York-based sculptor with a background in fashion from FIT in New York and textiles from Konstfack; Stockholm University of Arts, Craft,

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Interview with Textile Sculptor Gabriella Loeb

Written by guest blogger Wilma Tesch portrait of the artist Florida born, Colorado raised Gabriella Loeb is a New York-based sculptor with a background in fashion from FIT in New York and textiles from Konstfack; Stockholm University of Arts, Craft,

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Work in Progress: David B. Smith

I sat down with artist David B. Smith on a Saturday after his Open Studio hours. While the open chance to come in and speak to Smith had passed, he continued to observe how people passing on the street stopped

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Work in Progress: David B. Smith

I sat down with artist David B. Smith on a Saturday after his Open Studio hours. While the open chance to come in and speak to Smith had passed, he continued to observe how people passing on the street stopped

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May Fiber Picks!

Opening Reception May 20th, 6-9PM RSVP Textile Arts Center Project Space 505 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY 11215 TAC Project Space Open Hours Saturday – Thursday (through June 3rd) 11am-9pm Over the last decade, the 50+ artists have shared their resources at

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May Fiber Picks!

Opening Reception May 20th, 6-9PM RSVP Textile Arts Center Project Space 505 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY 11215 TAC Project Space Open Hours Saturday – Thursday (through June 3rd) 11am-9pm Over the last decade, the 50+ artists have shared their resources at

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AIR Cycle 10 Artist Highlight: Dance Doyle

It was almost fate that brought Oakland’s Dance Doyle to the medium of tapestry weaving from ceramics in college. Originally a theatre major, she realized it was not what she was meant to do after a teacher told the class

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AIR Cycle 10 Artist Highlight: Dance Doyle

It was almost fate that brought Oakland’s Dance Doyle to the medium of tapestry weaving from ceramics in college. Originally a theatre major, she realized it was not what she was meant to do after a teacher told the class

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Hiding in the Light

Clandestine information practices and forms of resistance through textiles have a long, shared history. Taking advantage of society’s attitude that women’s work is “low” or “unintellectual,” the wielders of needle and thread have been masters of steganography, or the practice

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Hiding in the Light

Clandestine information practices and forms of resistance through textiles have a long, shared history. Taking advantage of society’s attitude that women’s work is “low” or “unintellectual,” the wielders of needle and thread have been masters of steganography, or the practice

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April Fiber Art Picks!

Anchor 2, 2019 Cotton and polyester 56” x 18” x 4” Courtesy of the gallery Cloudminers March 1 – April 12, 2019 Geary A solo exhibition by artist David B. Smith, Cloudminers, is “an externalization of personal and collective daydreams.”

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April Fiber Art Picks!

Anchor 2, 2019 Cotton and polyester 56” x 18” x 4” Courtesy of the gallery Cloudminers March 1 – April 12, 2019 Geary A solo exhibition by artist David B. Smith, Cloudminers, is “an externalization of personal and collective daydreams.”

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Work in Progress: Kendall Schauder

It is hard to describe the enjoyment and immediate kinship you find when a Texan meets another Texan, especially when it is unexpected.  Kendall Schauder is a Houston, Texas native, now living and working in Chicago. She moved to attend

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Work in Progress: Kendall Schauder

It is hard to describe the enjoyment and immediate kinship you find when a Texan meets another Texan, especially when it is unexpected.  Kendall Schauder is a Houston, Texas native, now living and working in Chicago. She moved to attend

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Work In Progress: Ýrúrarí

The day was cold and icy, but it was normal for Ýr Jóhannsdóttir, also known as Ýrúrarí, an Icelandic artist who works with knits. Ýr learned how to hand knit as a child in Iceland, stopped as a teenager, (as teenagers

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Work In Progress: Ýrúrarí

The day was cold and icy, but it was normal for Ýr Jóhannsdóttir, also known as Ýrúrarí, an Icelandic artist who works with knits. Ýr learned how to hand knit as a child in Iceland, stopped as a teenager, (as teenagers

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