Posts Tagged 'textile art'

December Fiber Art Picks!

Aqeel Malcolm, Deconstructing the Barber Cape, Photo courtesy of Aqeel Malcolm.    “Fibers and Figures” Sotheby’s Institute of Art (570 Lexington Ave) Featured artists are Liz Collins, Sarah Finkle, Aqeel Malcolm, and Lily Moebes Opening reception: December 6th, 2017, 6-8pm. Tickets

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December Fiber Art Picks!

Aqeel Malcolm, Deconstructing the Barber Cape, Photo courtesy of Aqeel Malcolm.    “Fibers and Figures” Sotheby’s Institute of Art (570 Lexington Ave) Featured artists are Liz Collins, Sarah Finkle, Aqeel Malcolm, and Lily Moebes Opening reception: December 6th, 2017, 6-8pm. Tickets

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Work in Progress: Elizabeth Tolson

Elizabeth Tolson, our November WIP resident, and I recently sat down to talk about her growth as an artist, her current and past work, and the ideas that she’s carrying and changing throughout her practice. How did you start working

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Work in Progress: Elizabeth Tolson

Elizabeth Tolson, our November WIP resident, and I recently sat down to talk about her growth as an artist, her current and past work, and the ideas that she’s carrying and changing throughout her practice. How did you start working

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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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Presenting DUALITY: AIR Cycle 8 Final Exhibition

The Textile Arts Center is pleased to present DUALITY, the final exhibition of the 8th cycle of Artists in Residence, on view from October 19th to the 22nd at Gowanus Loft  in Brooklyn.   DUALITY “Understanding not as concepts of

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Presenting DUALITY: AIR Cycle 8 Final Exhibition

The Textile Arts Center is pleased to present DUALITY, the final exhibition of the 8th cycle of Artists in Residence, on view from October 19th to the 22nd at Gowanus Loft  in Brooklyn.   DUALITY “Understanding not as concepts of

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Damien Davis: Patterns, Play, and Sticky Spaces

I first fell in love with fiber art in the context of textile printing. While creating my first patterns, I discovered how shapes and symbols function as a language to explore histories and generate new narratives. It’s this connection between

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Damien Davis: Patterns, Play, and Sticky Spaces

I first fell in love with fiber art in the context of textile printing. While creating my first patterns, I discovered how shapes and symbols function as a language to explore histories and generate new narratives. It’s this connection between

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October Fiber Art Picks!

“DUALITY” Final Exhibition of Textile Arts Center Artists in Residence, Cycle 8 Featuring works by Andrew Boos, Isabella Amstrup, Martha Skou, Mia Daniels, Rebekah Bassen, Sarah Finkle, and Vien Le Wood Gowanus Loft Gallery October 19 – 20, 2017 Opening

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October Fiber Art Picks!

“DUALITY” Final Exhibition of Textile Arts Center Artists in Residence, Cycle 8 Featuring works by Andrew Boos, Isabella Amstrup, Martha Skou, Mia Daniels, Rebekah Bassen, Sarah Finkle, and Vien Le Wood Gowanus Loft Gallery October 19 – 20, 2017 Opening

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Following Threads: Interview with Whitney Crutchfield, AIR Cycle 1

Recently I had the amazing opportunity to meet with one of our first AIR residents, Whitney Crutchfield. She received me in her Brooklyn studio, and we talked about her career after AIR , her own business, We Gather, and her

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Following Threads: Interview with Whitney Crutchfield, AIR Cycle 1

Recently I had the amazing opportunity to meet with one of our first AIR residents, Whitney Crutchfield. She received me in her Brooklyn studio, and we talked about her career after AIR , her own business, We Gather, and her

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Work in Progress: Diedre Brown

September is here, and so is our Work in Progress (WIP) resident! We are delighted to have Diedre Brown for this month while she works on her project, ‘Wild Crochet.’ This project began with the inquiry: ”If it were possible to

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Work in Progress: Diedre Brown

September is here, and so is our Work in Progress (WIP) resident! We are delighted to have Diedre Brown for this month while she works on her project, ‘Wild Crochet.’ This project began with the inquiry: ”If it were possible to

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TAC Summer Camp: Week 5!

This week the children learned about high fashion while studying the designs in the Comme Des Garcons: The Art of the In-Between exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The show centers around the unconventional designs of Rei Kawakubo, who

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TAC Summer Camp: Week 5!

This week the children learned about high fashion while studying the designs in the Comme Des Garcons: The Art of the In-Between exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The show centers around the unconventional designs of Rei Kawakubo, who

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History in Threads: Exploring Wayúu Mochilas

Between the tropic of Cancer and the tropic of Capricorn, in the land of magical realism, where the sun hides in mountains and two oceans, a culture survived the arrival of the Spanish and continued to preserve their traditions throughout

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History in Threads: Exploring Wayúu Mochilas

Between the tropic of Cancer and the tropic of Capricorn, in the land of magical realism, where the sun hides in mountains and two oceans, a culture survived the arrival of the Spanish and continued to preserve their traditions throughout

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