Author Archives: Claire Regnault

Indian textiles lecture series at Te Papa 26-29 September

During the 2019 World of Wearable Art season the Friends of Te Papa is hosting three illustrated lectures by Shani Pillai and Joji Jacob on traditional Indian textiles, their history, their connections and their future. Set over 3 one hour sessions Shani and … Continue reading

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Children of Mallarmé: Fashion, Art & Collaboration – new exhibition

The Tauranga Art Gallery has recently opened a new exhibition entitled Children of Mallarmé: Fashion, Art & Collaboration. The exhibition is named after Stéphane Mallarmé, a Symbolist poet who published a spirited journal on fashion cum art project entitled La Dernière … Continue reading

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Fashion Matters: fashion, art and society with Dr Peter McNeil – lecture series

Fashion Matters: fashion, art and society with Dr Peter McNeil The Friends of Te Papa are offering lovers of fashion history a wonderful treat this year. They have enticed Dr Peter McNeil to deliver a series of six lectures in Wellington … Continue reading

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National Embroiderers’ Conference and workshops, July 2018

Registrations will be closing on February 28th for The Embroidery School which is part of the ANZEG National Embroiderers’ Conference to be held at NMIT in Nelson, July 13th to 19th 2018. There are still some spaces left in many … Continue reading

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National Embroidery School 2018 and ANZEG conference

July 2018 sees the Nelson Embroiderers’ Guild hosting the National Embroidery School, the National Embroidery Exhibition and the ANZEG biennial conference. These events are held every two years and are the largest gathering of embroiderers and textile artists in New … Continue reading

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Call for papers for Journal of Textile Design Research and Practice

The Journal of Textile Design Research and Practice has just issued a Call for Papers with a deadline of 1 October 2017 (see http://tinyurl.com/y8f4w4ck).  Accepted papers will either be included in themed issues for 2018 or become part of a general issue. … Continue reading

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Exhibition: Máximo Laura at Pataka

Máximo Laura – Eternal Vision Pataka Art + Museum, Porirua Friday 21 July to Sunday 27 August 2017 On Saturday 22 July, Pataka will open an exhibition by Máximo Laura, an award winning and internationally recognised tapestry weaver from Peru. Regarded … Continue reading

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Star weave jam with Maureen Lander

This coming Saturday, CTANZ member Maureen Lander has a new show opening at the Dowse Art Museum in Lower Hutt. Entitled Flat-Pack Whakapapa, Maureen’s exhibition comprises three installations that explore the connections between whakapapa and raranga (Māori weaving). Between 11am and … Continue reading

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Exhibition: Embedded at Corbans Art Estate, Auckland

In April the Corbans Art Estate opened Embedded which features ‘seven talented textile artists who push the boundaries of a typical understanding of textile art; to explore how fabric immerses us in memory, yet at the same time holds a … Continue reading

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Extra knitting lecture in Wellington by Beth Brown-Reinsel

Beth Brown-Reinsel, Vermont-based specialist in northern hemisphere traditional knitting, is now presenting TWO lectures in Wellington. An additional lecture has been organised for those who can not nip away from work during the day. Where: Massey University (CoCA), Old Museum … Continue reading

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