Testimonial embroideries created by Holocaust survivor, Esther Nisenthal Krinitz at the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM).Baltimore, Maryland
The exhibition explores the development of Long Island’s professional textile industry and the broader historical events that shaped its growth during the first half of the nineteenth century.Cold Spring Harbor, New York
Friends of the Ixchel Museum (FOIM) is a U.S. charitable foundation that promotes interest in the Mayan textile tradition of Guatemala and the work of the Museo Ixchel. FOIM is made up of Guatemalan and North American volunteers who share a commitment to increase appreciation of Mayan textile arts.
The Museum of Arts and Design, based in Manhattan, New York City, collects, displays, and interprets objects that document contemporary and historic innovation in craft, art, and design.New York, New York
The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) is an internationally acclaimed contemporary art museum devoted both to the creation and presentation of innovative works of art. Its Artist-in-Residence Program provides artists at all stages of their careers with the opportunity to collaborate with FWM as they experiment with new materials and new media, taking their work in fresh and often unexpected directions.Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Thousand Islands Arts Center ~ Home of the Handweaving Museum is a nonprofit educational institution concerned with preserving the skills of traditional artists and artisans and supporting the heritage arts. The Arts Center maintains a year round arts curriculum, a permanent textile collection and library, and two dedicated studios for weaving and pottery. The Arts Center also organizes additional educational programs, an annual weaving conference and several yearly exhibitions for the public. The Arts Center’s vision is to sustain and grow this resource for artists, students, and the public.Clayton, New York