Posts Tagged 'TAC Book Club'

July Fiber Art Picks!

  The Surface of the East Coast: Supports/Surfaces from Nice to New York Josée Bienvenu Gallery June 21 to August 24, 2018 Josée Bienvenu Gallery presents The Surface of the East Coast: “a dialogue between two generations of artists”: Mark

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July Fiber Art Picks!

  The Surface of the East Coast: Supports/Surfaces from Nice to New York Josée Bienvenu Gallery June 21 to August 24, 2018 Josée Bienvenu Gallery presents The Surface of the East Coast: “a dialogue between two generations of artists”: Mark

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TAC Book Club Holiday Gift Guide!

The first time I entered TAC’s Resource Library, I felt I could stay and read there forever. The shelves are crammed with every imaginable tidbit of textile knowledge, from the history of Guatemalan weaving to intricate batik instructions and the

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TAC Book Club Holiday Gift Guide!

The first time I entered TAC’s Resource Library, I felt I could stay and read there forever. The shelves are crammed with every imaginable tidbit of textile knowledge, from the history of Guatemalan weaving to intricate batik instructions and the

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TAC Book Club: Finishes in the Ethnic Tradition

As a weaver, I know all too well the onset of euphoria that comes at the end of a backbreaking project when its finally time to cut the warp off of the loom. However, I know the work doesn’t stop

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TAC Book Club: Finishes in the Ethnic Tradition

As a weaver, I know all too well the onset of euphoria that comes at the end of a backbreaking project when its finally time to cut the warp off of the loom. However, I know the work doesn’t stop

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TAC Book Club: The Book of Looms

As I my eyes grazed over the many book spines of the TAC library, they stopped at a book that was at the far end of the shelf, almost hidden, tucked away towards the wall. I read the words “The

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TAC Book Club: The Book of Looms

As I my eyes grazed over the many book spines of the TAC library, they stopped at a book that was at the far end of the shelf, almost hidden, tucked away towards the wall. I read the words “The

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An Interview with Artist and Writer Emmalea Russo

Emmalea Russo is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Using sculpture, installation, and text, she makes process-based works about voluntary and involuntary actions, the central nervous system, and repetitive tasks. She is the author of they (Gauss PDF, 2014), CLEAR1NG (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), and book

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An Interview with Artist and Writer Emmalea Russo

Emmalea Russo is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Using sculpture, installation, and text, she makes process-based works about voluntary and involuntary actions, the central nervous system, and repetitive tasks. She is the author of they (Gauss PDF, 2014), CLEAR1NG (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), and book

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