1. Aigu'illes en Luberon 2015


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    4èmes rencontres internationales de Patchwork et d'Art Textile. 13 villages vous invitent sur la route de la création textile, 27 salles d'expositions. Plus de 80 exposants, les arts du fil comme vous ne les avez jamais vus. du 14 au 17 mai 2015 entre Luberon et Sainte Victoire à 25 km d'Aix en Provence. le programme des expositions, la liste des commerçants et des créateurs, le planning des démonstrations et des ateliers sur le site dédié www.aiguilles-en-luberon.fr dossier de presse http://issuu.com/labastidane4/docs/presseael2015/3?e=16612284/12178782 nous suivre sur Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aiguillesenluberon2013?ref=hl télécharger l'affiche http://www.aiguilles-en-luberon.com/docs/affiche.pdf Réalisation du clip : Nathalie Locquen

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      The Disappearing City Amy Wilson, 2015 Top about the project. Exhibition: March 19 – April 24, 2015 Hudson Guild Gallery, 441 W. 26th Street, Chelsea, New York Tuesdays — Fridays / 10:00 AM —7:00 PM / Saturdays 1:00 — 4:00 PM Opening Reception: Thursday, March 19th, 6:00 – 7:30 PM Artist Amy Wilson led a series of workshops with a group of senior citizens from Hudson Guild Adult Programs and the Greenwich House. The project uses quilt-making to encourage long-time elderly residents, most of whom are immigrants, to engage with their past through the lens of gentrification. This series of three-hour workshops took place weekly at the Hudson Guild Senior Center over the course of eight weeks, and will continue at the Greenwich House for an additional eight weeks. Each senior will produce a quilted work, approximately 36 x 36 inches in size, commemorating their starkest and most personal memories of New York City since they arrived there. The first step of the creative process was for each participant to choose a story and sketch out their quilt. Then, using embroidery and appliqué, they worked on the imagery, blocking out the main elements with pieces of fabrics and embroidering the details. The last part of the workshop was dedicated to turning these “fabric drawings” into quilts by stitching through stuffing and a second layer of fabric. Throughout the workshops, Amy Wilson discussed the status of crafts as an art form, and addressed basic aesthetic concepts such as composition, representation and the contested dichotomy between high and low forms of art. The finished quilts are to be exhibited at the Hudson Guild Gallery and at the Greenwich House, making the project visible to both the local communities and a wider audience of art enthusiasts. At the end of the project, each senior will retrieve his or her quilt, which, one can imagine, will be passed on to children and grandchildren as part of their family legacy. The Disappearing City utilizes craft-making to convey a story and a sense of history. Indeed, traditional American quilts in the 18th and 19th century were not only practical items, but were also used to mark important moments in a person’s life such as births and weddings. Quilts often contained a great deal of information and details pertaining to individuals and, as a result, came to play a large role in preserving family history. Re-occurring motifs such as family trees helped develop and elaborate overlooked parts of American folk history.

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      • Pi Quilt


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        Time Lapse showing the creation of a quilt of the number pi.

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        • Luxury king and Standard size shams


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          All these quilts come with matching accessories. Customer can create quilt ensembles according to their taste by selecting matching quilted throws, bed skirts, decorative pillows, shams and valance.

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          • Sewing and Singing - A Visit With The Tongan Sewing Class


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            Sewing & Singing With The Tongan Sewing Class Led by Kolini Fusitua At IRCO (Immigrant and Refugee Community of Oregon)’ From the Migrations Arts Project Story & audio: Dmae Roberts Photography: Nisa’ Haron Production Assistance: Kaylene Beaujolais Film Editor T. Howard Made possible with funding by the Regional Arts and Culture Council More info: https://www.facebook.com/MigrationsArts

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            • Quilt Photography at the American Museum in Britain


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              A time lapse record of our recent quilt photography at the American Museum in Britain. The museum's quilt collection is acclaimed as the finest in Europe and equals many in the United States. We are in the process of creating high quality digital images of the collection for our own records and for display online.

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              • Mom's Quilts


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                Jean Lohmar's Quilts

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                • Quilting memories


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                  Quiltmaker Lori Mason is known for crafting unique memorial quilts, transforming keepsake fabrics into treasured works of art that commemorate a loved one who's passed away.

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                  • Experience Moon Medicin


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                    A compilation of snippets from Moon Medicn's Lincoln Center 2014 performance

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