Posts Tagged 'Artist Highlights'

AIR Interview: Mia Daniels

Mia Daniels, one of our AIR cycle 8 residents, uses everyday objects to situate her work within a context where myth and the unknown reside. She aims to cultivate a sensitivity in her work as a way to consider uncertainty

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AIR Interview: Mia Daniels

Mia Daniels, one of our AIR cycle 8 residents, uses everyday objects to situate her work within a context where myth and the unknown reside. She aims to cultivate a sensitivity in her work as a way to consider uncertainty

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AIR Interview: Iris Plaitakis

Iris Plaitakis lives and works in Athens, Greece, and has exhibited her collage and drawing work around the world. She recently relocated to New York to be a resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program, and today we’re excited to learn about

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AIR Interview: Iris Plaitakis

Iris Plaitakis lives and works in Athens, Greece, and has exhibited her collage and drawing work around the world. She recently relocated to New York to be a resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program, and today we’re excited to learn about

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Farming in Kansas: An Update with Neil Goss

Neil Goss spent a month last year as TAC’s Sewing Seeds Resident Artist. During that month, he wove a very tall and naturally dyed totem installation that hung in TAC’s old Sewing Seeds garden on Dean and 4th ave. Recently,

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Farming in Kansas: An Update with Neil Goss

Neil Goss spent a month last year as TAC’s Sewing Seeds Resident Artist. During that month, he wove a very tall and naturally dyed totem installation that hung in TAC’s old Sewing Seeds garden on Dean and 4th ave. Recently,

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Wild About Crazy Wind

When it comes to fashion, I’m a firm believer in clothing that is well designed, utilitarian and comfortable.  Throw in natural fibers like cotton, linen, and wool in colorways of black, white, olive and indigo and you have my dream

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Wild About Crazy Wind

When it comes to fashion, I’m a firm believer in clothing that is well designed, utilitarian and comfortable.  Throw in natural fibers like cotton, linen, and wool in colorways of black, white, olive and indigo and you have my dream

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Modern Tapestry: Erin M Riley

Whenever I look at a work of handwoven art, my heart sings. Seeing or touching something that has been worked so hard by hand is an amazing sensation; the intimate interaction between the weaver and his or her handwoven textile

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Modern Tapestry: Erin M Riley

Whenever I look at a work of handwoven art, my heart sings. Seeing or touching something that has been worked so hard by hand is an amazing sensation; the intimate interaction between the weaver and his or her handwoven textile

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