1. Cotsen Textile Traces Study Collection houses more than 300 Wiener Werkstätte textiles. The
    Wiener Werkstätte, or Vienna Workshop (1903-1932), was a key participant in the development
    of modernism, with its textile and fashion divisions and the establishment of branches in Berlin, New York, and Zurich.

    This three-day virtual colloquium (April 21-23, 2022) brought specialists, young professionals,
    and students together, presenting and discussing a range of topics about Wiener Werkstätte, including their preservation, global export, and positioning within modernist textile theory.

    A New Generation of American Scholars
    Moderated by Cecilia Gunzburger, adjunct professorial lecturer of Decorative Arts and Design History, George Washington University, Kara Braciale, artist and educator, George Washington University, Moderated by Gillian Elliott, adjunct professor of Art History, George Washington University

    Agnieszka Delikat–Taylor, M.A. student, George Washington University, Decorative Arts and
    Design History
    Ana Perez Exposito, M.A. student, George Washington University, Decorative Arts and Design History
    Ella Jones, M.A. student, George Washington University, Decorative Arts and Design History
    Olivia Niuman, M.A. student, creative researcher, George Washington University, Painting and Drawing, Studio Arts
    Kendall Hanner, M.A. student, George Washington University, Art History
    Sofia Pitouli, Ph.D. student, University of California, Los Angeles, Art History

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  2. Cotsen Textile Traces Study Collection houses more than 300 Wiener Werkstätte textiles. The
    Wiener Werkstätte, or Vienna Workshop (1903-1932), was a key participant in the development
    of modernism, with its textile and fashion divisions and the establishment of branches in Berlin, New York, and Zurich.

    This three-day virtual colloquium (April 21-23, 2022) brought specialists, young professionals,
    and students together, presenting and discussing a range of topics about Wiener Werkstätte, including their preservation, global export, and positioning within modernist textile theory.

    A New Generation of European Scholars
    Moderated by Régine Bonnefoit, professor of Art History and Museology, University of
    Neuchâtel, Switzerland, Marie–Eve Celio–Scheurer, art historian, academic coordinator, Cotsen Textile Traces Study Center, The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum, Washington D.C., and Sharon Gerstel, professor of Byzantine Art and Archaeology, University of California Los Angeles

    Eva Marie Klimpel, Ph.D. candidate & textile conservator at Kunstsammlung und Archiv,
    University of Applied Arts, Vienna
    Tosca Cariboni, Alessandro Cicco, Alice Gianola, Nathalie Gür, represented by Chloé
    Marbehant, and Emilie Thévenoz, M.A. students, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, Institute of Art History and Museology
    Lisa Cornali, Ph.D. student, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, Institute of Art History and Museology

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  3. Cotsen Textile Traces Study Collection houses more than 300 Wiener Werkstätte textiles. The
    Wiener Werkstätte, or Vienna Workshop (1903-1932), was a key participant in the development of modernism, with its textile and fashion divisions and the establishment of branches in Berlin, New York, and Zurich.

    This three-day virtual colloquium (April 21-23, 2022) brought specialists, young professionals,
    and students together, presenting and discussing a range of topics about Wiener Werkstätte, including their preservation, global export, and positioning within modernist textile theory.

    Keynote Lecture:
    Research, scholarship, and exploration; towards the Wiener Werkstätte at the MAK—Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna
    Angela Völker, textile scholar, retired curator of the Textiles and Carpets Collection,
    MAK—Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria

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  4. Cotsen Textile Traces Study Collection houses more than 300 Wiener Werkstätte textiles. The
    Wiener Werkstätte, or Vienna Workshop (1903-1932), was a key participant in the development of modernism, with its textile and fashion divisions and the establishment of branches in Berlin, New York, and Zurich.

    This three-day virtual colloquium (April 21-23, 2022) brought specialists, young professionals,
    and students together, presenting and discussing a range of topics about Wiener Werkstätte, including their preservation, global export, and positioning within modernist textile theory.

    Panel 4: Continuing Wiener Werkstätte
    Moderated by Régine Bonnefoit, professor of Art History and Museology, University of
    Neuchâtel, Switzerland and Marie-Eve Celio-Scheurer, academic coordinator for the Cotsen
    Textile Traces Study Center, The George Washington University Museum and The Textile
    Museum, Washington D.C.
    Johannes Schweiger, co–founder at Wiener Times, Vienna, Austria
    Verena Dengler, artist and author, Vienna, Austria
    Kara Braciale, artist and educator, Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, George Washington University, Washington D.C.

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  5. Cotsen Textile Traces Study Collection houses more than 300 Wiener Werkstätte textiles. The
    Wiener Werkstätte, or Vienna Workshop (1903-1932), was a key participant in the development of modernism, with its textile and fashion divisions and the establishment of branches in Berlin, New York, and Zurich.

    This three-day virtual colloquium (April 21-23, 2022) brought specialists, young professionals,
    and students together, presenting and discussing a range of topics about Wiener Werkstätte, including their preservation, global export, and positioning within modernist textile theory.

    Panel 3: Situating Wiener Werkstätte Textiles
    Moderated by Michelle Jackson–Beckett, senior lecturer, University of Applied Arts Vienna, Vienna, Austria

    Megan Brandow Faller, professor of History, City University of New York (CUNY), Kingsborough, NY
    Rebecca Houze, professor of Art and Design History, School of Art and Design, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
    Markus Kristan, curator of the Architectural Collection, Albertina, Vienna, Austria

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