Archive | August, 2013

Newsletter #8: Editorial

We’re getting closer… By Paulina Ortiz , Costa Rica Redtextilia President Four years ago, when we participated in the 4th International Biennial of Women In Textile Art (now World Textile Art) in Costa Rica, we proposed the creation of Redtextilia, which was welcomed by most artists. Without knowing each other well, we worked diligently from […]

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Newsletter #8: In Depth

General Program The IBERO-AMERICAN TEXTILE NETWORK in association with the Costa Rican-North American Cultural Center, Spain Cultural Center,Veritas University and the Costa Rican Tourism Board,presents the First Redtextilia Encounter in Costa Rica. The event is possible thanks to the sponsorship and friendship from Ministry of Culture & Youth, National Museum, U.S. Embassy, Spanish Embassy, Madrid […]

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Newsletter #8: Where Redtextilia is headed

Strengthening Dialog and Knowledge Around the Textile Theme By Paulina Ortiz, Costa Rica Redtextilia President It is hard to reduce to a few words everything that has been accomplished during these last months. Part of the results may be seen represented in the General Program, and in the itineraries for theme trips. We have designed […]

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Newsletter #8: Chronicle

Perspectives On Metamorphosis By Silvia Piza-Tandlich, Costa Rica After two years of intense work, “Metamorphosis, A New Cycle” has arrived on stage at the National Museum of Costa Rica, where it will remain open to the public until September 26, 2010. As I saw my work sprawled within its exhibit space and I could finally […]

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Newsletter #8: Agenda

Affiliates Exposition San José, Costa Rica. “House of Culture “José Figueres Ferrer of Popular Bank. September 6 to October 12, 2010. This First Encounter conceives textiles as Sustainable tradition and responsible innovation from the point of their diversity of styles, geographies, histories, and applications, which generates innovating proposals impacting the development of persons, their community, […]

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Newsletter #8: Theme Tours

Tour of the City of San José Itinerary Tour guided by architect Carlos Mesén, who speaks fluent Spanish, English, and Portuguese. 10:15 am LEAVING the National Museum. (http://www.museocostarica.go.cr) Visit around the area of the Atlantic railroad station, and the new La Aduana Center for Arts & Technology. Walk through Civic Statuary National Park, the Congress, […]

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