Posts Tagged 'california'

Interview with Sasha Duerr, Author of ‘Natural Color’

Despite being busy with the release of her newest publication, we were lucky enough to receive a gift in the mail from our friend Sasha Duerr – an advance copy of ‘Natural Color,‘ all the way from sunny California. We

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Interview with Sasha Duerr, Author of ‘Natural Color’

Despite being busy with the release of her newest publication, we were lucky enough to receive a gift in the mail from our friend Sasha Duerr – an advance copy of ‘Natural Color,‘ all the way from sunny California. We

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Work In Progress: Rosa Novak

Last week I got the chance to chat with Rosa Novak, TAC’s most recent Work In Progress (WIP) resident, as well as the opportunity to tag along on her immersive ‘Field Guide to New York Clays’ workshop. We got a

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Work In Progress: Rosa Novak

Last week I got the chance to chat with Rosa Novak, TAC’s most recent Work In Progress (WIP) resident, as well as the opportunity to tag along on her immersive ‘Field Guide to New York Clays’ workshop. We got a

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Øgaard’s Gradient Pink

ØGAARD, the textile based studio and gallery space in Oakland, CA  recently presented a cochineal-based concept shop under the name Gradient Pink. All items — ceramics, wood, and fibers — were dyed in the same cochineal dye vat until the

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Øgaard’s Gradient Pink

ØGAARD, the textile based studio and gallery space in Oakland, CA  recently presented a cochineal-based concept shop under the name Gradient Pink. All items — ceramics, wood, and fibers — were dyed in the same cochineal dye vat until the

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Ultimate Yarn Bomber: Steve Duneier

Those of us that are textile-obsessed have one certain thing in common: when we travel, we wear fiber-colored glasses. What I mean by this is that no matter how absorbing, and perhaps fleeting and excitingly as-yet-explored, is our new terrain,

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Ultimate Yarn Bomber: Steve Duneier

Those of us that are textile-obsessed have one certain thing in common: when we travel, we wear fiber-colored glasses. What I mean by this is that no matter how absorbing, and perhaps fleeting and excitingly as-yet-explored, is our new terrain,

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Art Talk: Jacob Hashimoto

To all of our Los Angeles friends out there, enjoying your iced coffees and unlimited sunshine, please don’t miss out on another amazing thing happening in your city: Artist Talk with Jacob Hashimoto   The MOCA is hosting an Artist

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Art Talk: Jacob Hashimoto

To all of our Los Angeles friends out there, enjoying your iced coffees and unlimited sunshine, please don’t miss out on another amazing thing happening in your city: Artist Talk with Jacob Hashimoto   The MOCA is hosting an Artist

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Call for Art!

CALL FOR ART – A JURIED EXHIBITION OF THE TEXTILE SOCIETY OF AMERICA Los Angeles Craft & Folk Art Museum NEW DIRECTIONS A JURIED EXHIBITION OF THE TEXTILE SOCIETY OF AMERICA SEPTEMBER 13, 2014 – JANUARY 4, 2015 CRAFT &

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Call for Art!

CALL FOR ART – A JURIED EXHIBITION OF THE TEXTILE SOCIETY OF AMERICA Los Angeles Craft & Folk Art Museum NEW DIRECTIONS A JURIED EXHIBITION OF THE TEXTILE SOCIETY OF AMERICA SEPTEMBER 13, 2014 – JANUARY 4, 2015 CRAFT &

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Kindah Khalidy: Paradise Collection Launch

This Friday! if you are in the Oakland area, don’t miss out this fantastic opening celebrating new work from Kindah Khalidy! Check out the Facebook Event and RSVP!! Don’t miss out!

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Kindah Khalidy: Paradise Collection Launch

This Friday! if you are in the Oakland area, don’t miss out this fantastic opening celebrating new work from Kindah Khalidy! Check out the Facebook Event and RSVP!! Don’t miss out!

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THE ARTICULATION OF TWILL: Ruth Laskey

The nature of weaving is incredibly rigid in that there are two givens – warp and weft – and a principle method – they must interlace within the structure of a grid.  Though there is a world of patterning and

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THE ARTICULATION OF TWILL: Ruth Laskey

The nature of weaving is incredibly rigid in that there are two givens – warp and weft – and a principle method – they must interlace within the structure of a grid.  Though there is a world of patterning and

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Jess Feury’s CLOTH at OGAARD

Will you be in Oakland this weekend? Don’t miss the opening for Berkeley based Saori weaver Jess Feury’s CLOTH at OGAARD – September 28th 6-9pm. The show runs through October 19th, with the closing happening that night 6-9pm…so make you check

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Jess Feury’s CLOTH at OGAARD

Will you be in Oakland this weekend? Don’t miss the opening for Berkeley based Saori weaver Jess Feury’s CLOTH at OGAARD – September 28th 6-9pm. The show runs through October 19th, with the closing happening that night 6-9pm…so make you check

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