Posts Tagged 'handmade'

TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 5!

In Week 5 of TAC Summer Camp, the campers visited the Museum of Art and Design to see the exhibition: Tanya Aguiñiga: Craft and Care. The core of Aguiñiga’s work is using materials and design to provide care and support

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 5!

In Week 5 of TAC Summer Camp, the campers visited the Museum of Art and Design to see the exhibition: Tanya Aguiñiga: Craft and Care. The core of Aguiñiga’s work is using materials and design to provide care and support

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 4!

In Week 4 of TAC Summer Camp, we took the students to The Children’s Museum of the Arts to see Scale: Possibilities of Perspective. From here the kids took inspiration to create a weaving of varying proportions using different materials

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 4!

In Week 4 of TAC Summer Camp, we took the students to The Children’s Museum of the Arts to see Scale: Possibilities of Perspective. From here the kids took inspiration to create a weaving of varying proportions using different materials

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 3!

In Week 3 of TAC Summer Camp, the kids visited the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum to see their exhibit, Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color. This exhibit explores the ways that artists, scientists, designers, and philosophers saw and utilized

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 3!

In Week 3 of TAC Summer Camp, the kids visited the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum to see their exhibit, Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color. This exhibit explores the ways that artists, scientists, designers, and philosophers saw and utilized

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August Fiber Art Picks!

History Refused to Die: Highlights from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation Gift The Met Fifth Avenue May 22 to September 23, 2018 History Refused to Die features thirty paintings, sculptures, drawings, and quilts by self-taught contemporary African American Artists from

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August Fiber Art Picks!

History Refused to Die: Highlights from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation Gift The Met Fifth Avenue May 22 to September 23, 2018 History Refused to Die features thirty paintings, sculptures, drawings, and quilts by self-taught contemporary African American Artists from

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AIR Cycle 9 Highlight: Li Junyu

When did you first start working with textiles? In my undergraduate- it was all different kinds of crafts, so textile was one class in the undergraduate major. Each class would take several weeks, so it was very short. We learned

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AIR Cycle 9 Highlight: Li Junyu

When did you first start working with textiles? In my undergraduate- it was all different kinds of crafts, so textile was one class in the undergraduate major. Each class would take several weeks, so it was very short. We learned

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 2!

This week in TAC Summer Camp, the kids visited the Museum of Arts and Design to view Surface/Depth: The Decorative After Miriam Schapiro. Schapiro was an influential feminist artist who helped to make traditional crafts and decoration accepted into the

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 2!

This week in TAC Summer Camp, the kids visited the Museum of Arts and Design to view Surface/Depth: The Decorative After Miriam Schapiro. Schapiro was an influential feminist artist who helped to make traditional crafts and decoration accepted into the

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Work In Progress: Hanna Washburn

  Photos by Daniel Natalo-Lifton This past week, I sat down with our Work in Progress (WIP) artist for the month of July, Hanna Washburn. Accompanied by her colorful, soft sculptural pieces, we chatted about her childhood memories of textiles,

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Work In Progress: Hanna Washburn

  Photos by Daniel Natalo-Lifton This past week, I sat down with our Work in Progress (WIP) artist for the month of July, Hanna Washburn. Accompanied by her colorful, soft sculptural pieces, we chatted about her childhood memories of textiles,

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 1!

Throughout Week 1 of TAC Summer Camp, we delved into the power of text and textiles. The campers took a field trip to The Museum of the City of New York to see the exhibit, Activist New York. The exhibition

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 1!

Throughout Week 1 of TAC Summer Camp, we delved into the power of text and textiles. The campers took a field trip to The Museum of the City of New York to see the exhibit, Activist New York. The exhibition

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Air Cycle 9 Highlight: Rhonda Khalifeh

How did you first get interested in garment making? I felt like my needs weren’t being met and that I wanted to make and design clothes for myself. I grew up in a Muslim family and I observed a dress

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Air Cycle 9 Highlight: Rhonda Khalifeh

How did you first get interested in garment making? I felt like my needs weren’t being met and that I wanted to make and design clothes for myself. I grew up in a Muslim family and I observed a dress

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July Fiber Art Picks!

  The Surface of the East Coast: Supports/Surfaces from Nice to New York Josée Bienvenu Gallery June 21 to August 24, 2018 Josée Bienvenu Gallery presents The Surface of the East Coast: “a dialogue between two generations of artists”: Mark

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July Fiber Art Picks!

  The Surface of the East Coast: Supports/Surfaces from Nice to New York Josée Bienvenu Gallery June 21 to August 24, 2018 Josée Bienvenu Gallery presents The Surface of the East Coast: “a dialogue between two generations of artists”: Mark

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