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Cycle 4 AiR: Interview with Eleanor Anderson

Textile Arts Center: How did you first become involved with the Textile Arts Center? Eleanor Anderson: I first became involved with TAC when I was looking for artist residencies in textiles at the end of college. TAC: What medium do you

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Cycle 4 AiR: Interview with Eleanor Anderson

Textile Arts Center: How did you first become involved with the Textile Arts Center? Eleanor Anderson: I first became involved with TAC when I was looking for artist residencies in textiles at the end of college. TAC: What medium do you

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ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: Cycle 4 – Sept 17, 2013

Please join us for the Opening Reception of the ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: Cycle 4 Exhibition: Tuesday, Sept 17 7:00-10:00PM @ The Invisible Dog – 51 Bergen St RSVP here, or email rsvp@textileartscenter.com!   Here’s a little sneak peek from Lucia

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ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: Cycle 4 – Sept 17, 2013

Please join us for the Opening Reception of the ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: Cycle 4 Exhibition: Tuesday, Sept 17 7:00-10:00PM @ The Invisible Dog – 51 Bergen St RSVP here, or email rsvp@textileartscenter.com!   Here’s a little sneak peek from Lucia

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Artist in Residence: Eleanor Anderson

For the past eight months, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside fellow artist in residence, Eleanor Anderson.  Eleanor is a textile artist, printmaker, illustrator, bookbinder, surface designer, and all around talented lady. We took a break from studio work

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Artist in Residence: Eleanor Anderson

For the past eight months, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside fellow artist in residence, Eleanor Anderson.  Eleanor is a textile artist, printmaker, illustrator, bookbinder, surface designer, and all around talented lady. We took a break from studio work

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Artists in Residence: Textures

Every week, my favorite part of our crit time with the Artists in Residence, is the excuse to poke around and snoop in their studios. This current cycle is particularly industrious, and has made full use of all their workshops

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Artists in Residence: Textures

Every week, my favorite part of our crit time with the Artists in Residence, is the excuse to poke around and snoop in their studios. This current cycle is particularly industrious, and has made full use of all their workshops

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Eleanor Anderson – Sketchbook

For many artists, The sketchbook is central to their practice. A sketchbook is a great place to map out ideas, write, and draw. Sketchbooks however, are far from limited to ink and graphite. Many view their sketchbooks as portable studios with

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Eleanor Anderson – Sketchbook

For many artists, The sketchbook is central to their practice. A sketchbook is a great place to map out ideas, write, and draw. Sketchbooks however, are far from limited to ink and graphite. Many view their sketchbooks as portable studios with

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Artists in Residence: Drawing Marathon!

As TAC’s new cycle of Artists in Residence settle down into their new home, the artists participated in a two day ‘drawing marathon’ led by Jordana Martin. Working this past weekend for upwards of seven hours each day, the artists

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Artists in Residence: Drawing Marathon!

As TAC’s new cycle of Artists in Residence settle down into their new home, the artists participated in a two day ‘drawing marathon’ led by Jordana Martin. Working this past weekend for upwards of seven hours each day, the artists

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Introducing: Artists in Residence 2012-13

We’re so excited to announce our new round of Artists in Residence for the 2012-13 cycle! While this is our 4th cycle of the program, this year brings a few changes. For the past 3 cycles, we have enjoyed the

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Introducing: Artists in Residence 2012-13

We’re so excited to announce our new round of Artists in Residence for the 2012-13 cycle! While this is our 4th cycle of the program, this year brings a few changes. For the past 3 cycles, we have enjoyed the

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