TAC Projects include ongoing and past education, research and textile development projects organized with the support of TAC, with the mission to facilitate access to textile resources and services to the community.

505 TEXTILES
505 TEXTILES, a sister project of the Textile Arts Center, provides textile development, consulting, and small scale production services. We offer services in hand weaving, dyeing, natural dyeing, and surface design. We specialize in traditional techniques and all projects are proudly executed by hand in collaboration with a team of artists led by Isa Rodrigues. At 505 Textiles, we work with our clients to translate their vision into textile work, and we are sensitive to their aesthetic and functional needs. We foster creative dialogue throughout all of our projects and we encourage our clients to visit the studio regularly to follow their project's progress.
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505 TEXTILES, a sister project of the Textile Arts Center, provides textile development, consulting, and small scale production services. We offer services in hand weaving, dyeing, natural dyeing, and surface design. We specialize in traditional techniques and all projects are proudly executed by hand in collaboration with a team of artists led by Isa Rodrigues. At 505 Textiles, we work with our clients to translate their vision into textile work, and we are sensitive to their aesthetic and functional needs. We foster creative dialogue throughout all of our projects and we encourage our clients to visit the studio regularly to follow their project's progress.
Learn More About 505 TEXTILES
Sewing Seeds
Sewing Seeds is a community-based program of the Textile Arts Center that advocates for creativity, innovation and sustainability in art through the use of natural materials as sources of color. Founded in 2010, the program is a pioneer in creating natural dye education programming and resources in the East Coast and help laying the groundwork for a new generation of natural dyers.
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Sewing Seeds is a community-based program of the Textile Arts Center that advocates for creativity, innovation and sustainability in art through the use of natural materials as sources of color. Founded in 2010, the program is a pioneer in creating natural dye education programming and resources in the East Coast and help laying the groundwork for a new generation of natural dyers.
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Textile Framework
Textile Framework is a visual resource that places contemporary textile art within a wider visual, historical, and textual lens. It is a space for discovery, for critical thinking, and for understanding the global significance textiles have had throughout history.

This resource aims to highlight a diverse array of artists, past and present, working with textiles and fibers, and feedback from the textile community is always appreciated. Whether you are an established artist/maker, or a casual textile enthusiast, we are interested in hearing your ideas about artists to highlight, current textile events, historical movements, or other goings on in the textile world.
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Textile Framework is a visual resource that places contemporary textile art within a wider visual, historical, and textual lens. It is a space for discovery, for critical thinking, and for understanding the global significance textiles have had throughout history.

This resource aims to highlight a diverse array of artists, past and present, working with textiles and fibers, and feedback from the textile community is always appreciated. Whether you are an established artist/maker, or a casual textile enthusiast, we are interested in hearing your ideas about artists to highlight, current textile events, historical movements, or other goings on in the textile world.
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