Posts Tagged 'residency'

Residencia de la Tela: A Holistic Examination of ‘Making’

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it a million times over: my time at TAC was crucial to understanding and exploring the vast importance of community and creativity to our wellbeing. It isn’t only the ongoing programs that provide

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Residencia de la Tela: A Holistic Examination of ‘Making’

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it a million times over: my time at TAC was crucial to understanding and exploring the vast importance of community and creativity to our wellbeing. It isn’t only the ongoing programs that provide

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Work in Progress: Lisa Batacchi

Lisa Batacchi, our April Work in Progress (WIP) resident, creates work that traverses boundaries. Coming from a fashion background, she has incorporated knitwear into her recent body of work, “Soulmates (within time),” now on display in our Manhattan storefront. Not

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Work in Progress: Lisa Batacchi

Lisa Batacchi, our April Work in Progress (WIP) resident, creates work that traverses boundaries. Coming from a fashion background, she has incorporated knitwear into her recent body of work, “Soulmates (within time),” now on display in our Manhattan storefront. Not

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Work in Progress: Joey Casey

We were so excited to feature our own Joey Casey as our February Work in Progress resident! In addition to being a textile and fashion designer, Joey works hard as an instructor at the TAC Manhattan studio. We are always

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Work in Progress: Joey Casey

We were so excited to feature our own Joey Casey as our February Work in Progress resident! In addition to being a textile and fashion designer, Joey works hard as an instructor at the TAC Manhattan studio. We are always

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Work In Progress: Ali Smith from Salt & Still

We had an especially inspiring fall at TAC Manhattan with  Work In Progress resident, Ali Smith, of Salt and Still!     Ali works with traditional techniques such as quilting, embroidery and natural dyeing, inspired from the natural and magic world. Her creations, including quilts,

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Work In Progress: Ali Smith from Salt & Still

We had an especially inspiring fall at TAC Manhattan with  Work In Progress resident, Ali Smith, of Salt and Still!     Ali works with traditional techniques such as quilting, embroidery and natural dyeing, inspired from the natural and magic world. Her creations, including quilts,

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Meet the Artists of AIR Cycle 7!

 We’re thrilled to announce Cycle 7 of our Artists in Residence program! Once again we have a super inspiring group, which diverse artistic and geographic backgrounds, from industrial design to fine art, from Sweden to Chile. The new group moved

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Meet the Artists of AIR Cycle 7!

 We’re thrilled to announce Cycle 7 of our Artists in Residence program! Once again we have a super inspiring group, which diverse artistic and geographic backgrounds, from industrial design to fine art, from Sweden to Chile. The new group moved

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Sewing Seeds Artist in Residence 2014: Brigitta Varadi

Sewing Seeds is proud to announce the Sewing Seeds Artist in Residence for 2014: Brigitta Varadi   Brigitta Varadi, a Hungarian-born, Brooklyn-based artist incorporates textile processes such as dyeing, felting, and sculptural manipulation into her practice. During her residency with

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Sewing Seeds Artist in Residence 2014: Brigitta Varadi

Sewing Seeds is proud to announce the Sewing Seeds Artist in Residence for 2014: Brigitta Varadi   Brigitta Varadi, a Hungarian-born, Brooklyn-based artist incorporates textile processes such as dyeing, felting, and sculptural manipulation into her practice. During her residency with

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Artists in Residence: FAQ!

The work of Cycle 4 Residents, Lucia Cuba, on display at The Invisible Dog in Sept ’13.    We’ve been receiving many wonderful questions from people regarding the upcoming Artists in Residence application due May 1, so thought it would

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Artists in Residence: FAQ!

The work of Cycle 4 Residents, Lucia Cuba, on display at The Invisible Dog in Sept ’13.    We’ve been receiving many wonderful questions from people regarding the upcoming Artists in Residence application due May 1, so thought it would

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We Need You – Support our Artists in Residence!

  In just a few short months (September 17, to be exact), our current Artists in Residence will fill these walls with the work they’ve done over the past 9 months.  While they are just wrapping up their intensive time

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We Need You – Support our Artists in Residence!

  In just a few short months (September 17, to be exact), our current Artists in Residence will fill these walls with the work they’ve done over the past 9 months.  While they are just wrapping up their intensive time

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Best of: Artist Residency Exhibitions

We are just about to launch our Indiegogo campaign that will support the upcoming exhibition and catalogue for the Cycle 4 Artists in Residence, as well as the new group that will be joining us in September.  Here’s a bit

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Best of: Artist Residency Exhibitions

We are just about to launch our Indiegogo campaign that will support the upcoming exhibition and catalogue for the Cycle 4 Artists in Residence, as well as the new group that will be joining us in September.  Here’s a bit

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Artist Residency Applications – Deadline EXTENDED

We’ve extended the deadline for our Artist Residency program for the Sept ’13 – June ’14 cycle to JUNE 1, 2013 You can learn more here, or apply now!  In short, the Artist Residency is a platform for professional and personal

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Artist Residency Applications – Deadline EXTENDED

We’ve extended the deadline for our Artist Residency program for the Sept ’13 – June ’14 cycle to JUNE 1, 2013 You can learn more here, or apply now!  In short, the Artist Residency is a platform for professional and personal

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