Inside the Sept/Oct 2005 Issue
Vol. 32 No. 2
ABOVE: Judith Poxson Fawkes, Hawaii, 2003; linen inlay; 45 1/2" x 78". Fawkes is profiled on page 16 of the magazine.
About the cover and this issue
FIBERARTS TURNS THIRTY
by Sunita Patterson
Looking back, looking forward. Some notes from our first thirty years.
DEFINING A MOVEMENT
by Jessica Hemmings
How do people perceive the terms fiber artand art textiles? Are they useful in 2005? An inquiryreveals some of the deeper issues surrounding perceptions and directions within the field.
ART APPAREL IN TRANSFORMATION
by J. R. Campbell and Jean Parsons
He does cutting-edge digital textile design and printing. She does innovative garment design.Together they explore the transition from intriguing 2-D shape to breathtaking 3-D garment.
WEB-EXCLUSIVE GALLERY: Art Apparel in Transformation
ARTMAKING WITH AN INDUSTRIAL JACQUARD LOOM
by Bethanne Knudson
What can computer-aided design and manufacturing offer to the artist?
WEB-EXLUSIVE RESOURCE: Where You Can Use a Jacquard Loom
CREATIVITY AT MIDLIFE
by Jill Heppenheimer
How several adventurers have kept their work fresh as their businesses, techniques, and life experience have matured.
ON THE WEB: Creativity at Midlife Survey
THE SEWN “DRAWINGS” OF CHINA MARKS
by Rhonda Sonnenberg
Acraving for rich surface and pattern drew this artist to textiles after decades of working with other materials. She’s “on fire,” and her work shows it.
News & Notes
New York Wearable Art Show
Lenore Tawney Honored
Summer Conference Recap
Protests over Museum of Arts & Design Remodel
lNew Quilt National Best of Show
and other tidbits from the fiber world
WEB-EXCLUSIVE CONTENT: More News & Notes from the Fiber World
WEB-EXCLUSIVE ARTICLE: Highlights from the World Batik Conference
Judith Poxson Fawkes: Cascades of Color
Rebecca Lyon: Shielding the Torso
Lauren Camp: Making The Fabric of Jazz
Laurie Litowitz: A Little Mexican Mural and Other Things
News & Notes
Current & Coming
Competitions & Opportunities
Education & Travel