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Work in Progress: Lucia Cuba

Lucia Cuba, our October Work in Progress resident, and I Skyped late one night to chat about her series “Wearables for/to protest,” the third part of her ongoing “Exercises on Health” (EoH) project. “Hola!” said her chat bubble, “do I

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Work in Progress: Lucia Cuba

Lucia Cuba, our October Work in Progress resident, and I Skyped late one night to chat about her series “Wearables for/to protest,” the third part of her ongoing “Exercises on Health” (EoH) project. “Hola!” said her chat bubble, “do I

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Cycle 4 AiR: Interview with Lucia Cuba

Textile Arts Center: How did you first become involved with the Textile Arts Center? Lucia Cuba: I was looking for a place to screen-print a project in New York and searched all over Manhattan and Brooklyn for the ideal place because

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Cycle 4 AiR: Interview with Lucia Cuba

Textile Arts Center: How did you first become involved with the Textile Arts Center? Lucia Cuba: I was looking for a place to screen-print a project in New York and searched all over Manhattan and Brooklyn for the ideal place because

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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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[EVENT] Fashion Design Research and Practice in Latin America

ROUNDTABLE I The first event of this series aims to initiate a conversation on the practice and research of Fashion Design in Latin America. The roundtable will encompass Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and approach different case studies

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[EVENT] Fashion Design Research and Practice in Latin America

ROUNDTABLE I The first event of this series aims to initiate a conversation on the practice and research of Fashion Design in Latin America. The roundtable will encompass Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and approach different case studies

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Open Call: OBJECT | SUBJECTS [Constructive Conversations]

Lucia Cuba is seeking participants for a series of conversations on the agency of clothes: OBJECTS | SUBJECTS [CONSTRUCTIVE CONVERSATIONS] is the first of a series of conversations among a diverse group of people to exchange —through open dialogues and garment

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Open Call: OBJECT | SUBJECTS [Constructive Conversations]

Lucia Cuba is seeking participants for a series of conversations on the agency of clothes: OBJECTS | SUBJECTS [CONSTRUCTIVE CONVERSATIONS] is the first of a series of conversations among a diverse group of people to exchange —through open dialogues and garment

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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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