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October Fiber Art Picks!

Top: Teeth, 2018, by Martha Tuttle; Bottom: No Such Luck, 2017, by Erin M. Riley Dorsky Gallery Complicated Territory feat. Alex McQuilkin, Erin M. Riley, and Martha Tuttle Curated by Bridget Donlon Dorsky Gallery presents Complicated Territory, a group exhibition

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October Fiber Art Picks!

Top: Teeth, 2018, by Martha Tuttle; Bottom: No Such Luck, 2017, by Erin M. Riley Dorsky Gallery Complicated Territory feat. Alex McQuilkin, Erin M. Riley, and Martha Tuttle Curated by Bridget Donlon Dorsky Gallery presents Complicated Territory, a group exhibition

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Work In Progress: Kathleen McDermott

It is nearly 5 p.m. on a Friday when I meet Work In Progress resident, Kathleen McDermott, in the Textile Arts Center’s Manhattan studio. West 8th Street is already beginning to hum with weekend activity as Happy Hour begins, but

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Work In Progress: Kathleen McDermott

It is nearly 5 p.m. on a Friday when I meet Work In Progress resident, Kathleen McDermott, in the Textile Arts Center’s Manhattan studio. West 8th Street is already beginning to hum with weekend activity as Happy Hour begins, but

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September Fiber Art Picks!

This September, Parsons School of Design and Lidewij Edelkoort bring New York Textile Month to the city; a festival “designed to celebrate textile creativity and promote textile awareness.” Be sure to check out the website’s calendar for an extensive list

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September Fiber Art Picks!

This September, Parsons School of Design and Lidewij Edelkoort bring New York Textile Month to the city; a festival “designed to celebrate textile creativity and promote textile awareness.” Be sure to check out the website’s calendar for an extensive list

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AIR Cycle 9 Highlight: Meghan O’Sullivan

How did you first get interested in textiles and textile work? I have always been really drawn to clothing, so going to school for fashion design was the entryway into where I am now. What was your trajectory like as

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AIR Cycle 9 Highlight: Meghan O’Sullivan

How did you first get interested in textiles and textile work? I have always been really drawn to clothing, so going to school for fashion design was the entryway into where I am now. What was your trajectory like as

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 6!

The last week of camp at Textile Arts Center culminated in a glamorous finale. The campers visited The Met to see the exhibition, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. This exhibit highlighted the luxe fashion that was inspired by

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TAC Summer Camp, 2018: Week 6!

The last week of camp at Textile Arts Center culminated in a glamorous finale. The campers visited The Met to see the exhibition, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. This exhibit highlighted the luxe fashion that was inspired by

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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 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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A Guide to Sourcing Natural Dyes in NYC

When shopping for clothing or fibers, most people don’t consider where the bright colors and pigments that have altered the material come from or how we are able to have every color of the rainbow draped across our bodies. In

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A Guide to Sourcing Natural Dyes in NYC

When shopping for clothing or fibers, most people don’t consider where the bright colors and pigments that have altered the material come from or how we are able to have every color of the rainbow draped across our bodies. In

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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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