Opportunities

TSA posts a variety of opportunities in the textiles field including information on national and international symposium calls for papers, jobs and internships, workshops, and calls for art. Submissions are posted at the discretion of the Textile Society of America. If you have an opportunity to share with the TSA community, please submit it via the linked form.

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Codes & Collage Workshop with Guillermo Bert

Deadline: Saturday, November 15 2014
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Craft and Folk Art Museus, Los Angeles Ca. Sunday, November 16 | 12:00-3:00pm 
$45/$35 Members New Directions artist Guillermo Bert will lead this unique workshop merging technology with hands-on collage techniques. Bert will discuss his Encoded Textiles series which combine contemporary bar codes and indigenous design methods to share the stories of native peoples. He […]

First Textiles: Call for Papers – Copenhagen

Deadline: Monday, December 15 2014
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It is a pleasure to announce that the two-day international conference First Textiles. The Beginnings of Textile Manufacture in Europe and the Mediterranean will take place on the 7th-8th May 2015 in Copenhagen. On the 9th May there will be a possibility to visit the Land of Legends and its experimental archaeological centre at Lejre […]

FIT Faculty History of Art: Textile or Costume/Dress History

Deadline: Monday, December 01 2014
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Job Description: The History of Art Department seeks an art historian who specializes in and can teach courses in textile or costume/dress history as well as art history surveys. S/he will be expected to contribute to the department, school, and college beyond the classroom by developing innovative curricula, participating in committees and college-wide events, engaging […]

Open Call to Students and Recent Graduates

Deadline: Tuesday, March 31 2015
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Knotwe is an online magazine and resource platform concentrated on the intersection of craft, art, design, tradition and technology in fiber arts, textiles and surface design. As part of a special feature series on Knotwe, we welcome students and recent graduates from fine art, craft, or design or alternative programs who are incorporating fiber, textiles […]

Hunterdon Art Musuem’s New Program for Independent Curators

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The Hunterdon Art Museum is introducing an exciting new program that encourages independent curators to submit exhibition proposals. The HAM Program for Independent Curators is a dynamic project that opens the way for an array of ideas and viewpoints on contemporary art, craft, and design to be presented in the Hunterdon Art Museum’s exhibitions program. […]