Posts Tagged 'interview'

AIR Interview: Maeve Broome

Whenever I walk into Maeve Broome’s studio, I prepare to be transported. Maeve’s work often employs techniques that evoke otherworldliness. Most recently, she has experimented with mono-print marbling to create prints that evoke the night sky or a trippy moonscape.

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AIR Interview: Maeve Broome

Whenever I walk into Maeve Broome’s studio, I prepare to be transported. Maeve’s work often employs techniques that evoke otherworldliness. Most recently, she has experimented with mono-print marbling to create prints that evoke the night sky or a trippy moonscape.

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AIR Interview: Victoria Manganiello

Every time I walk past Victoria Manganiello’s studio, I see something new. One of our AIR Cycle 7 residents, Victoria is constantly working on a new woven painting, moving around framed samples on her ever-changing wall of woven sketches, and

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AIR Interview: Victoria Manganiello

Every time I walk past Victoria Manganiello’s studio, I see something new. One of our AIR Cycle 7 residents, Victoria is constantly working on a new woven painting, moving around framed samples on her ever-changing wall of woven sketches, and

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AIR Interview: Alayna Rasile-Digrindakis

Today we sit down with Alayna Rasile-Digrindakis, and find out what drives her creative processes as well as what she’s been working on for the duration of the AIR Cycle 6 program here at TAC. Alayna comes from a background in

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AIR Interview: Alayna Rasile-Digrindakis

Today we sit down with Alayna Rasile-Digrindakis, and find out what drives her creative processes as well as what she’s been working on for the duration of the AIR Cycle 6 program here at TAC. Alayna comes from a background in

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AIR Interview: Iris Plaitakis

Iris Plaitakis lives and works in Athens, Greece, and has exhibited her collage and drawing work around the world. She recently relocated to New York to be a resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program, and today we’re excited to learn about

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AIR Interview: Iris Plaitakis

Iris Plaitakis lives and works in Athens, Greece, and has exhibited her collage and drawing work around the world. She recently relocated to New York to be a resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program, and today we’re excited to learn about

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AIR Interview: Yoshiyuki Minami

Yoshiyuki Minami hails from a background in graphic design, advertising, and a degree in Economic Sociology from the University of Michigan, and now he’s with us at TAC as a current resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program! We recently interviewed him for

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AIR Interview: Yoshiyuki Minami

Yoshiyuki Minami hails from a background in graphic design, advertising, and a degree in Economic Sociology from the University of Michigan, and now he’s with us at TAC as a current resident in our AIR Cycle 6 program! We recently interviewed him for

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Collaborative Cloth: Interview with Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre

A duo made of Amélie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan, Milleneufcentquatrevigntquatre (french for nineteen-eighty-four, their birth year) is a brand out of France specializing in scarves. Made from images drawn and printed by both of them, MNCQVQ  ”is the meeting of our 2

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Collaborative Cloth: Interview with Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre

A duo made of Amélie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan, Milleneufcentquatrevigntquatre (french for nineteen-eighty-four, their birth year) is a brand out of France specializing in scarves. Made from images drawn and printed by both of them, MNCQVQ  ”is the meeting of our 2

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MUST SEE, TOUCH, WEAR: Isabel Wilson Collection & Interview

These past few weeks has been that special time in New York City that we all call FASHION WEEK that has somehow progressively gotten longer and become more and more intense in the past few years.  I sat this one

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MUST SEE, TOUCH, WEAR: Isabel Wilson Collection & Interview

These past few weeks has been that special time in New York City that we all call FASHION WEEK that has somehow progressively gotten longer and become more and more intense in the past few years.  I sat this one

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Cycle 4 AiR: Interview with Kristin Morrison

Textile Arts Center: How did you first become involved with the Textile Arts Center? Kristin Morrison: I came by on a visit to NYC a few years back and vowed to spend some time at TAC…although I didn’t know in what capacity

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Cycle 4 AiR: Interview with Kristin Morrison

Textile Arts Center: How did you first become involved with the Textile Arts Center? Kristin Morrison: I came by on a visit to NYC a few years back and vowed to spend some time at TAC…although I didn’t know in what capacity

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Studio Visit + Interview: Melissa Zexter

Textile Arts Center: How did you end up working in textiles? How did your work grow into embroidery with photographs? Melissa Zexter: After working with mixed media and photography for about 10 years, the addition of embroidery happened by accident.

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Studio Visit + Interview: Melissa Zexter

Textile Arts Center: How did you end up working in textiles? How did your work grow into embroidery with photographs? Melissa Zexter: After working with mixed media and photography for about 10 years, the addition of embroidery happened by accident.

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Interview With: fitzgerald forbes

As an artist in residence at Textile Arts Center over the past couple of months, I’ve had the unique opportunity to focus in on materials, techniques, and process in relation to my own practice.  When I’m not in the studio,

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Interview With: fitzgerald forbes

As an artist in residence at Textile Arts Center over the past couple of months, I’ve had the unique opportunity to focus in on materials, techniques, and process in relation to my own practice.  When I’m not in the studio,

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