Posts Tagged 'classes'

Work In Progress: Nadia Albertini

This September, we were excited to have  Nadia Albertini, a NYC based textile and embroidery designer, featured in the Work In Progress program. During her residency, Nadia set up her studio in the window of TAC’s Manhattan Studio, displaying swatches and

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Work In Progress: Nadia Albertini

This September, we were excited to have  Nadia Albertini, a NYC based textile and embroidery designer, featured in the Work In Progress program. During her residency, Nadia set up her studio in the window of TAC’s Manhattan Studio, displaying swatches and

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Summer Classes at Byrdcliffe

  Isabel Wilson is a clothing and textiles designer we have covered in the past for her debut collection. Isabel is based out of Brooklyn & Woodstock, NY & sells her collections in NYC at Jumelle, ONA, Albertine & other places across

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Summer Classes at Byrdcliffe

  Isabel Wilson is a clothing and textiles designer we have covered in the past for her debut collection. Isabel is based out of Brooklyn & Woodstock, NY & sells her collections in NYC at Jumelle, ONA, Albertine & other places across

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AIR Interview: Christi Johnson

Christi Johnson is one of our new Artists in Residence here at TAC, and I recently had the opportunity to ask her about her work, influences and process. Your family has a tradition of fibers and textiles. Could you talk

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AIR Interview: Christi Johnson

Christi Johnson is one of our new Artists in Residence here at TAC, and I recently had the opportunity to ask her about her work, influences and process. Your family has a tradition of fibers and textiles. Could you talk

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A Fresh Perspective on Quilting

The process of quilting is surely one of transformation as your materiality is manipulated from separate stiff pieces of fabric, to a well-crafted and well-loved heirloom. Many people today think of quilting as a dying art or just a hobby

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A Fresh Perspective on Quilting

The process of quilting is surely one of transformation as your materiality is manipulated from separate stiff pieces of fabric, to a well-crafted and well-loved heirloom. Many people today think of quilting as a dying art or just a hobby

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Back to School with TAC!

Get in the back to school spirit with Textile Arts Center! We can feel it in the air — fall is almost here, and we have a pretty exciting roster of adult classes to get your season started off right!

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Back to School with TAC!

Get in the back to school spirit with Textile Arts Center! We can feel it in the air — fall is almost here, and we have a pretty exciting roster of adult classes to get your season started off right!

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Sewing Seeds Artist in Residence Update

Brigitta Varadi, current Sewing Seeds summer resident, is hard at work in the TAC studio space. Using a traditional Mongolian wet felting technique, she is making large-scale sculptural works for installation at the Green Acres Community Garden in Bed-Stuy. Green Acres

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Sewing Seeds Artist in Residence Update

Brigitta Varadi, current Sewing Seeds summer resident, is hard at work in the TAC studio space. Using a traditional Mongolian wet felting technique, she is making large-scale sculptural works for installation at the Green Acres Community Garden in Bed-Stuy. Green Acres

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Sewing Seeds Summer Series: DIY Natural Paint Swatch Workshop!

Are your walls/patios/end tables white and emotionally withholding? Do VOCs make you sad? Would you like to be simultaneously as happy, focused, and mentally invigorated as this young man above? (Do you find advertisement strategies with three rhetorical questions and

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Sewing Seeds Summer Series: DIY Natural Paint Swatch Workshop!

Are your walls/patios/end tables white and emotionally withholding? Do VOCs make you sad? Would you like to be simultaneously as happy, focused, and mentally invigorated as this young man above? (Do you find advertisement strategies with three rhetorical questions and

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Indigo Vat Fermentation and Dye Bath! Part Two

Attention natural dyers and dye enthusiasts! The Sewing Seeds team is happy to present the second installment of our two-part Indigo Fermentation Dye Vat Workshop with the Greene Acres Community Garden, as part of our Summer Workshops in the Garden

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Indigo Vat Fermentation and Dye Bath! Part Two

Attention natural dyers and dye enthusiasts! The Sewing Seeds team is happy to present the second installment of our two-part Indigo Fermentation Dye Vat Workshop with the Greene Acres Community Garden, as part of our Summer Workshops in the Garden

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Basketry! Inspiration Board

I’ve always wanted to learn the ancient craft of basket making, and with the addition of our Coiled Baskets After Workshop with Erin Considine and Basketry 101 Weekend Intensive with Katherine Levinton in August + September, I am fueling up

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Basketry! Inspiration Board

I’ve always wanted to learn the ancient craft of basket making, and with the addition of our Coiled Baskets After Workshop with Erin Considine and Basketry 101 Weekend Intensive with Katherine Levinton in August + September, I am fueling up

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Staff Picks: Bobbin Lace Weekend Intensive

One of my favorite aspects of working for a growing textile community is the exposure to uncommonly practiced artistic mediums. Case in point: lacemaking. Bobbin Lace is a traditional textile technique involving the braiding and twisting of threads wound on

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Staff Picks: Bobbin Lace Weekend Intensive

One of my favorite aspects of working for a growing textile community is the exposure to uncommonly practiced artistic mediums. Case in point: lacemaking. Bobbin Lace is a traditional textile technique involving the braiding and twisting of threads wound on

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