Workshops

The Textile Study Group of New York takes advantage of its New York City location by scheduling occasional tours to textile-based showrooms, industries, art institutions, galleries, and artists' studios. TSGNY silkscreen workshop photo  

We also sponsor studio workshops and seminars by well-known non-member artists.

As a part of TSGNY's ongoing effort to develop a wider appreciation for contemporary fiber art, our members give educational lectures and teach workshops in conjunction with the group's exhibitions.

TSGNY also sponsors motivational programs about career development presented by members and non-members with specialized professional experience.

Yardage designed and printed by ten TSGNY members during a TSGNY-sponsored, one-day silkscreen workshop at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia. (Photo: Joan Pao)

Yardage designed and printed by ten TSGNY members during a TSGNY-sponsored, one-day silkscreen workshop at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia. (Photo: Joan Pao)


TWINED BASKET-MAKING: Lois Russell

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Date: Saturday - Sunday, March 18 - 19 (2 day workshop)
Time: 10am - 3pm (to be confirmed)
Fee: $65 (materials fee to instructor $30)
Location: Nancy Koenigsberg's home, 435 East 57th Street, NYC
Participation limited to 12 TSGNY Full Members
NOTE: Advance registration required.... email: Nancy Koenigsberg, nancykoenigsberg@gmail.com
Pay by check: TSGNY Inc., PO Box 3592, Grand Central Station, NY, NY 10163
Pay by credit card or Paypal by paying $65 with DONATE button on the Donate tab on our website: http://tsgny.org/donate  (you will be credited for workshop payment)
PLEASE NOTE: $30 materials fee is paid directly to the instructor.

Lois Russell is a fiber artist whose sculptural work reflects her background as a traditional basket maker. Her current work is twined with waxed linen. She also uses coiling, knotting and random weave. Ms. Russell has won numerous awards in juried exhibitions and two of her pieces will be included in Rooted, Revived and Reinvented: the History of American Basketry which will travel nationally from 2017 to 2021. Ms. Russell has been the president of the National Basketry Organization and currently serves on the board of the Craft Emergency Relief Fund and the Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston.


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