Posts Tagged 'batik'

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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Introducing Sewing Seeds Summer Resident, Ricki Dwyer!

Ricki Dwyer is our new Sewing Seeds Artist in Residence for the summer! Ricki is a textile artist who comes to us by way of San Francisco. She started her undergrad at Pratt in Brooklyn, NY and completed it for Fibers

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Introducing Sewing Seeds Summer Resident, Ricki Dwyer!

Ricki Dwyer is our new Sewing Seeds Artist in Residence for the summer! Ricki is a textile artist who comes to us by way of San Francisco. She started her undergrad at Pratt in Brooklyn, NY and completed it for Fibers

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Upcoming at TAC: Batik

If you are looking for a new way to apply color to fabric, and like the idea of learning one of the oldest resist-dye techniques in the world, batik might be perfect for you. Batik is used to produce layers of

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Upcoming at TAC: Batik

If you are looking for a new way to apply color to fabric, and like the idea of learning one of the oldest resist-dye techniques in the world, batik might be perfect for you. Batik is used to produce layers of

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Clothes That Are Paintings

Fabric painting must one of my favorite techniques. Just like if you’re painting on a canvas, you have total freedom to apply as many colors as you wish and change the design as you go. And there’s so many materials

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Clothes That Are Paintings

Fabric painting must one of my favorite techniques. Just like if you’re painting on a canvas, you have total freedom to apply as many colors as you wish and change the design as you go. And there’s so many materials

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Batik Inspiration Board

Some beautiful wax resist pieces to inspire students in our upcoming Batik classes! Clockwise from top left: Corey Lynn Calter The Loaded Trunk A.L.C. Anthropologie margotbianca Cynthia Vincent Wasteland Threads of Life SisterBatik Mary Patricia Stumpf

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Batik Inspiration Board

Some beautiful wax resist pieces to inspire students in our upcoming Batik classes! Clockwise from top left: Corey Lynn Calter The Loaded Trunk A.L.C. Anthropologie margotbianca Cynthia Vincent Wasteland Threads of Life SisterBatik Mary Patricia Stumpf

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24 Hour Sale! April Classes

It’s finally Spring (though the Winter was very kind to us) and we want you to make something. So, for 24 hours only, running April classes with seats still available are 20% off! Here’s what you can take: 4-Week Courses

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24 Hour Sale! April Classes

It’s finally Spring (though the Winter was very kind to us) and we want you to make something. So, for 24 hours only, running April classes with seats still available are 20% off! Here’s what you can take: 4-Week Courses

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Holiday Shibori & Batik Dye Workshops with Katrin Reifeiss and N’Ketiah Brakohiapa

For those of you who couldn’t get into Shadb’s procion dye class or Erin’s braided and dyed jewelery class, there are two other really amazing six hour workshops where you take home a handmade, hand dyed holiday gift in a

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Holiday Shibori & Batik Dye Workshops with Katrin Reifeiss and N’Ketiah Brakohiapa

For those of you who couldn’t get into Shadb’s procion dye class or Erin’s braided and dyed jewelery class, there are two other really amazing six hour workshops where you take home a handmade, hand dyed holiday gift in a

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Because Knowledge Is Power!

Wikipedia says: Clothing and textiles have been enormously important throughout human history—so have their materials, production tools and techniques, cultural influences, and social significance. Textiles, defined as felt or spun fibers made into yarn and subsequently netted, looped, knit or woven to make fabrics, appeared in the Middle East during the

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Because Knowledge Is Power!

Wikipedia says: Clothing and textiles have been enormously important throughout human history—so have their materials, production tools and techniques, cultural influences, and social significance. Textiles, defined as felt or spun fibers made into yarn and subsequently netted, looped, knit or woven to make fabrics, appeared in the Middle East during the

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An Artist Grows in England

I love multi-textured and architectural art.  By layering pieces, colors, and different degrees of sheer fabric on top of each other creates new ways of seeing the fabric.  Lindsay Taylor is another individual who understands the principles of layering and

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An Artist Grows in England

I love multi-textured and architectural art.  By layering pieces, colors, and different degrees of sheer fabric on top of each other creates new ways of seeing the fabric.  Lindsay Taylor is another individual who understands the principles of layering and

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