Kenya is a textile artist, farmer, and the alchemist behind the Traveling Miles Studio.
ydni Gause, an interdisciplinary artist and Adjunct Professor in Sculpture at Alfred University.Sydni works with an array of materials that she uses in her sculpture, installation, and fiber-based practice.She uses her work as a means to respond to issues between power structures and gender inequality.
Yarrow Magdalena lives a soft, slow life in Scotland and creates rituals and ceremonies for the big and small milestones in life.
Tammi is a fiber artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Her fiber practice incorporates an array of fiber making mediums from weaving and knitting to sewing and construction using beautifully patterned and colorful fabrics and materials that are inspired by African patterns, prints, and textiles.
Episode 116: Healing Inspiration with Cynthia Alberto Founder of Weaving Hand A Studio Based in Brooklyn New York
Cynthia Alberto is the founder and director of The Weaving Hand, a weaving and healing arts center in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.We invited her back on the podcast to talk about how she’s cultivating a healing environment using weaving during a time when we could all use some healing inspiration.
Echoview is a sustainable spinning mill, knitting operation, and design house based in Weaverville, NC.
Michelle creates custom textile art pieces using a variety of fiber techniques such as tufting, embroidery stitching and weaving.
LaChaun and Sarah talk about issues of racism and White Supremacy, and the ways they are deeply embedded into our textile industries and communities. This country and the world and all of us are reacting to the murder of George Floyd and so many other Black people at the hands of the police.
Episode 103: Researching Natural Dyes For The Next Generation of Fashion Professionals with Kelsie Doty
Kelsie’s work aims to teach the next generation of fashion professionals about design and sustainability through scientific research and experimentation of natural dyes for the commercial market.
Lynn Battle is an incredibly talented self-taught weaver who began weaving to help offset her symptoms after being diagnosed with Lupus and MS.