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Anni Albers: Material and Meaning

When the Nazis closed the Bauhaus in 1933, Anni Albers and her husband, Josef, left Germany to accept an invitation to teach at Black Mountain College in North Carolina. Always fascinated with Pre-Columbian art during their time in Europe, the

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Anni Albers: Material and Meaning

When the Nazis closed the Bauhaus in 1933, Anni Albers and her husband, Josef, left Germany to accept an invitation to teach at Black Mountain College in North Carolina. Always fascinated with Pre-Columbian art during their time in Europe, 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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DRAFT NOTATION: New Book by Jen Bervin

Jen Bervin is a friend of the Textile Arts Center, and she’s just come out with some new work: Draft Notation is her latest artist book put out by Granary Books. Bervin made these typewriter works after the studies Anni

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DRAFT NOTATION: New Book by Jen Bervin

Jen Bervin is a friend of the Textile Arts Center, and she’s just come out with some new work: Draft Notation is her latest artist book put out by Granary Books. Bervin made these typewriter works after the studies Anni

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READING LIST: Textile Texts (& Images)

There are a million amazing books out there in the world about textiles.  My personal favorite, Selected Writings On Design by Anni Albers, has mysteriously gone missing – which is truly tragic! I highly recommend you pick one up, and while

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READING LIST: Textile Texts (& Images)

There are a million amazing books out there in the world about textiles.  My personal favorite, Selected Writings On Design by Anni Albers, has mysteriously gone missing – which is truly tragic! I highly recommend you pick one up, and while

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Artist Highlight: Kristen Bukowski

Kristen Bukowskiis a phenomenal artist currently based out of Steamboat Springs, where she works at a print-shop called Oehme Graphics.  Originally from Iowa, Kristen attended Colorado College where she studied printmaking and fiber arts. Kristen’s work transitions fluidly between media;

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Artist Highlight: Kristen Bukowski

Kristen Bukowskiis a phenomenal artist currently based out of Steamboat Springs, where she works at a print-shop called Oehme Graphics.  Originally from Iowa, Kristen attended Colorado College where she studied printmaking and fiber arts. Kristen’s work transitions fluidly between media;

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Artist Highlights: Sheila Hicks

  (Photo Courtesy http://www.icaphila.org/exhibitions/hicks.php) The traveling exhibit, ‘Sheila Hicks: 50 Years’ is currently showing at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia.  Shonquis Moreno begins her article, Warp Factor, in Wallpaper Magazine, saying this about the artist,  “there is a

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Artist Highlights: Sheila Hicks

  (Photo Courtesy http://www.icaphila.org/exhibitions/hicks.php) The traveling exhibit, ‘Sheila Hicks: 50 Years’ is currently showing at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia.  Shonquis Moreno begins her article, Warp Factor, in Wallpaper Magazine, saying this about the artist,  “there is a

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