Newsletters

Newsletters

Members of the Textile Arts Council receive an informational electronic newsletter 2 times a year. Each issue has detailed descriptions of TAC’s upcoming lectures, programs, trips and other events. It also includes a calendar listing of textile-related exhibitions, and local events of interest to our membership. The newsletter features articles about past trips, a column written by the curators and other writings of interest to textile lovers. As a benefit of membership, TAC members receive the newsletter in advance of upcoming events. We’re always happy to welcome a new
member.

2020

Fall 2020 Volume 35, No. 2
Features include American Quilts Up Close by Laura Camerlengo, Associate Curator of Costume and Textile Arts; In Memorium: Diane Mott; From the TAC Board Chair.

Winter/Spring 2020 Volume 35, No. 1
Features include Textile Arts Council Endowment Fund Supports the Major Acquisition of Contemporary African American Quilts by Jill D’Alessandro, Curator in Charge of Costume and Textile Arts; From the TAC Board Chair including the 2019 Textile Bazaar; 2019: The Development Board Introduced the Talk + Tea series; and News from the Textile Conservation Lab: A Brand New Bag.


Earlier Newsletters


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TAC Upcoming Events
Unless noted, all events will be presented with Zoom.

1/22/22 Lecture: Helena Hernmarck: Wool and Color with Helena Hernmarck

2/26/22 Lecture: Teri Greeves, Beadworker & Artist

3/19/22 Lecture: Dorothy Liebes, Coast to Coast with Susan Brown and Alexa Griffith


Past Lectures Recordings Archive (members only)


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Community Textile Events updated 11/19/21


Travel

Travel & Learn

Travel with TAC to learn about textiles in the countries where they are created.
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Ethnic Studies

Ethnic Studies

Ethnic Textiles Study Group is a wonderful way to see, touch and learn about textiles from around the world.
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Get Involved

Get Involved

Join our vibrant and creative community and enjoy the benefits of TAC membership.
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Obiko Archive

Obiko Archive

The Obiko Artwear Archive documents Bay Area clothing and jewelry designers from the 1970’s through the 1990’s.
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