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Textile Society Of America Newsletter 7:21 – Fall 1995 Oct 1995

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 7:21 – Fall 1995

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Introducing…The Antonio Ratti Textile Center of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Letter from the President
Letter from the Editor
Neutrogena Collections Find a New Home in Santa Fe
1996 Bibliography Issue: Call for Entries
Nominations/Elections Committee
The Collections
Storage Facilities
Textile Conservation Laboratory
Ratti Center Staff
The Study Center
Public Access to the Center
Call for Papers
Announcements
Symposia/Conferences/Seminars/Workshops
Exhibitions


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 8:19 – Summer 1995 Jul 1995

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 8:19 – Summer 1995

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Introducing…The Textile and Costume Collections at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Board of Directors
Letter from the President
Info-Xchange
Regional Activities East
Acknowledgment
Letter from the Editor
New Newsletter Editor
Announcements
Symposia/Conferences/Seminars/Workshops
Classes/Lectures/Workshops
Exhibitions – Past, Present, and Future


Dislocated Emblems: Recent Work By Warren Rosser, Daphne A. Deeds Jan 1995

Dislocated Emblems: Recent Work By Warren Rosser, Daphne A. Deeds

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

Though emerging artists often dazzle us with brash or daring work, the artist at mid-career has reached a level of consistency and retrospection that delivers the work from facile solutions. With a career that now spans more than twenty-five years, Warren Rosser's work has evolved into the kind of subtle dialogue between carefully honed technique and highly articulated personal vocabulary that is achieved only with the diligence and insight of maturity. "Dislocated Emblems" is a watershed of Rosser's long commitment to his art. These new works are the culmination of an intensely productive year when Rosser's aesthetic ...


From Statues To Sculpture: Selections From The Collection Of The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery And Sculpture Garden, Daphne A. Deeds Jan 1995

From Statues To Sculpture: Selections From The Collection Of The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery And Sculpture Garden, Daphne A. Deeds

Sheldon Museum of Art Catalogues and Publications

The title of this exhibition, From Statues to Sculpture, su~gests the evolution of three-dimensional art, from 19th-century statues that inspire moral fortitude, celebrate historic events and evoke spiritual enlightenment, to sculpture that questions those verities and poses new definitions of reality. From Statues to Sculpture comprises 20 works dating from 1860 to 1988. This selection from the permanent collection of the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery represents a diversity of issues and developments in American sculptural history, from historic monuments to abstract figuration, from images of landscape to architectural forms.

Sculpture is one of the oldest visual art media. It ...


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 7:18 – Winter 1995 Jan 1995

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 7:18 – Winter 1995

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Introducing…The Smithsonian Institution’s Division of Textiles Collection
Profile: Rita J. Adrosko
Board of Directors
Letter from the Editor
Info-Xchange
Boston Textile Department Restructured
Recent Acquisitions at Cleveland and Indianapolis
Announcements
Symposia/Conferences/Seminars/Workshops
Classes/Lectures/Workshops
Exhibitions – Past, Present, and Future