Newsletters Archive

Newsletter Archive


Autumn Volume 31, No. 2

Reviews and previews of FAMSF exhibitions “On the Grid” and “Under the Seams,” News from the Conservation Lab: “Wet-Cleaning a Coverlet,” News from the Chair, a sneak-peek at the 2017 TAC Tour to Bhutan, and a preview of the Annual Textile Bazaar.

Winter Volume 31, No.1

A preview of FAMSF exhibitions, Oscar de la Renta, On the Grid: Textiles and Minimalism, Kay Sekimachi: Student, Teacher, Artist and The South Sumatran Shipcloth. Also find a lovely tribute “In Memorium of Marian Clayden,” and a closer look at a bolivian monedero.


Fall Volume 30, No.3

Step into the studio with TAC members and artist Rose Kelly, get a sneak peak at the labor of love that is feather conservation and find out what Joan of Arc has to do with the “Jewel City.”

Spring Volume 30, No.2

Highlights in the spring newsletter include articles from our guest lectuers, Norma Minkowitz, the presenter for this year’s Carol Walter Sinton Program; Mary Zicafoose lecture, Color Fields: A Conversation about Ikat,Tapestry and Contemporary Art.<

Winter Volume 30, No.1

Surface and Structure: The Stitches of Susan Taber Avila; Lao Textiles and the Mythic Imagination; Tattered Rags: The Art of Boro; Recent Acquisitions in the Textile Arts Department.


Fall Volume 29, No.3

Wearable Technology and E-Textiles; The History and Variety of Samplers from the Royal School of Needlework Archives; Fashion and Sustainability: Design for Change; Recent Acquisitions in the Textile Arts Department.

Spring Volume 29, No.2

Why Quilts Matter: History, Art, and Politics; Tradition, Innovation and Inspirations of a Contemporary Navajo Weaver; Lampung Imagery, Textile Iconography of South Sumatra; Lines on the Horizon: Native American Art from the Weisel Family Collection.

Winter Volume 29, No.1

Tradition and Innovation of Haitian Drapo Vodou, the Signature Style of George O’Keefe, Textiles and Costumes of the Arabian Peninsula, the Triumph of the Seven Virtues, and Lace: Labor and Luxury.


Fall Volume 28, No.3

Winter Volume 28, No.1


Fall Volume 27, No.3

Spring Volume 27, No.2

Winter Volume 27, No.1


Fall Volume 26, No.3

Spring Volume 26, No.2

Winter Volume 26, No.1


Fall Volume 25, No.3

Spring Volume 25, No.2

Winter Volume 25, No.1


Spring Volume 23, No.2

Winter Volume 24, No.1