Batik of Java: A Visual Journey

In this article we look at the historical background to making the film and DVD, "Batik of Java: A Visual Journey".  While the project was principally sponsored and funded by…

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Traces of Time: Claire Benn

‘Watering Hole’ (detail). Claire Benn, Textile Artist, 2015. The Acoma Pueblo is a Native American pueblo about 60 miles west of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Acoma people have lived in…

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Karen Nicol: A Fascinating Journey

Karen Nicol in her studio (left); Tattooed Bear Rug for Anthropologie Stores (USA). Sometimes life presents an opportunity to meet someone through a work-related project. If you are lucky, there's…

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Chunghie Lee: Pojagi and Beyond

Chunghie Lee discusses pojagi patchwork textiles with Liz Cooper. Pojagi ('Po-Jah-ki') Korean traditional wrapping cloths were originally made by nameless women throughout the Choson dynasty. (1392-1910).  In olden times, these…

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