Archive | February, 2013

Newsletter #2: Editorial

Creativity, Innovation and Exchange by Paulina Ortiz – Costa Rica Textile Artist President of REDTEXTILIA (translated by Yosi Anaya) The Ibero-American Textile Network made known that it would be concern itself with the promotion of knowledge and developments of our textile culture, But, how does it propose to do it? One way is to search […]

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Newsletter #2: In Depth

Textile Art in Chile – 11 years after By Paola Moreno Meneses – Chile Designer & textile artist, Academic Chair of Textile Art, Department of Visual Arts, Faculty of the Arts, University of Chile. (Translated by Yosi Anaya) In 1996 the exhibition Contemporary Textile Art in Chile was presented at the National Museum of Fine […]

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Newsletter #2: Where Redtextilia is headed

  Interlacing Recent Events By Paulina Ortiz – Costa Rica Textile Artist President of Redtextilia (Translated by Yosi Anaya) A year on since the founding of our organization, legal and bank proceedings, the search for the funds for hosting of our web page, its design, and software for TEXTILIA all now lie behind, thanks to […]

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Newsletter #2: Chronicle

International Raíz Diseño Symposium By Lala de Dios – Spain President of the European Textile Network (Translated by Yosi Anaya) From the 29th of November to the 1st of December, I had the pleasure of attending the International Raíz Diseño (Root Design) Symposium in Temuco (Chile), where a large number of attendants from Argentina, Bolivia, […]

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Newslatter #2: Competitions

INTERNATIONAL FIBER COLLABORATIVE Project created by Jennifer Marsh, post-graduate textile student at Syracuse University, New York . Worried about our dependency on petro oil, Jennifer and hundreds of artists around the world will be covering an abandoned gas station in Syracuse, NY, turning it into a gigantic installation of 800 panels measuring 36”x36” each. The […]

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Newsletter #2: Agenda

ARIADNA’S THREAD: a binding tie among textile artists By María Antonieta Arnal – Venezuela Caracas, Venezuela. November 2007 – March 2008, Museo Alejandro Otero. On the twenty-fifth of Novermber, a very rainy day, the exhiibiton Ariadna’s Thread (El hilo de Ariadna) opened to the public. According to its curator, Constanza de Rogatis, the following proposal […]

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