Posts Tagged 'loom'

Work in Progress: Claire Le Pape

The Work in Progress studio space at the TAC Manhattan location is filled with color. Despite the rainy weather, the front window space is bathed in natural light, highlighting the brilliantly colored materials that inhabit Claire Le Pape’s workspace. A

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Work in Progress: Claire Le Pape

The Work in Progress studio space at the TAC Manhattan location is filled with color. Despite the rainy weather, the front window space is bathed in natural light, highlighting the brilliantly colored materials that inhabit Claire Le Pape’s workspace. A

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Woven Landscapes: The Art of Hildur Ásgeirsdóttir Jónsson

Hildur Ásgeirsdóttir Jónsson is an artist heavily inspired by the world around her. She works in a variety of media, but I find her work with warp painting  - a combination of weaving and painting – to be the most

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Woven Landscapes: The Art of Hildur Ásgeirsdóttir Jónsson

Hildur Ásgeirsdóttir Jónsson is an artist heavily inspired by the world around her. She works in a variety of media, but I find her work with warp painting  - a combination of weaving and painting – to be the most

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TAC x El Anatsui at the Brooklyn Museum

Have you visited the  Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum yet? If not please add it to your to-do list… probably top of your to-do list. It is AMAZING! El Anatsui (Ghanaian, b. 1944). Earth’s Skin, 2007.

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TAC x El Anatsui at the Brooklyn Museum

Have you visited the  Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum yet? If not please add it to your to-do list… probably top of your to-do list. It is AMAZING! El Anatsui (Ghanaian, b. 1944). Earth’s Skin, 2007.

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A New Year in After School

The Weaving class has been hard at work creating scarves, bags, shawls and more! Students have been following elaborate patterns from TAC’s weaving books as well as creating patterns of their own. Some student have even been experimenting with unconventional

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A New Year in After School

The Weaving class has been hard at work creating scarves, bags, shawls and more! Students have been following elaborate patterns from TAC’s weaving books as well as creating patterns of their own. Some student have even been experimenting with unconventional

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Whistle While You Weave

I recently moved to this amazingly great city from Sydney, Australia with big dreams and high ideals about what the big apple had to offer me. As a relatively young textile designer, I was keen to get in amongst it

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Whistle While You Weave

I recently moved to this amazingly great city from Sydney, Australia with big dreams and high ideals about what the big apple had to offer me. As a relatively young textile designer, I was keen to get in amongst it

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Trip to: What-A-View Farm

Vacations are nice, but too short. Luckily, while I was out in the middle of the woods on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, I got to check out some local textiles.   I hadn’t planned on it, but when talking

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Trip to: What-A-View Farm

Vacations are nice, but too short. Luckily, while I was out in the middle of the woods on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, I got to check out some local textiles.   I hadn’t planned on it, but when talking

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Looming and Weaving

A ways back we had a strange/serendipitous meeting with The Loom – ”a six-piece indie rock band from Brooklyn featuring male and female vocals, horns, guitars, banjo, ukulele, keys and percussion that CMJ describes as ”Appalachian garment, angst-y stitching.” (breakthruradio.com) They were

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Looming and Weaving

A ways back we had a strange/serendipitous meeting with The Loom – ”a six-piece indie rock band from Brooklyn featuring male and female vocals, horns, guitars, banjo, ukulele, keys and percussion that CMJ describes as ”Appalachian garment, angst-y stitching.” (breakthruradio.com) They were

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Hibernation

The MetaLoom came down today for the winter and repairs. After a long winter of exposure to children and the elements, we enlisted some new people to help us take it down this time. Gerard Nadeau, the MetaLoom designer, ventured

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Hibernation

The MetaLoom came down today for the winter and repairs. After a long winter of exposure to children and the elements, we enlisted some new people to help us take it down this time. Gerard Nadeau, the MetaLoom designer, ventured

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