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Textile Fibre Forum Magazine

4 issues per year Write Review From €4,50 per issue Textile artists, designers and education facilitators will find Textile Fibre Forum informative, revealing and inspiring. Each issue explodes with colour and shows a passion for the textile arts, the fibre arts and the artisans that employ these materials to express themselves.
Profiles of artists work, exhibitions and inner thought processes are explored and showcased, making each and every page a treasure. The themes are varied and range from light-hearted to thought provoking and often elicit unexpected responses.
Regular columns and features explore issues that are relevant to the textile arts, from marketing your pieces, to looking at legal issues, as well as giving advance notice of calls for entries and expressions of interest for gallery awards, installations, acquisition prizes and textile competitions & exhibitions. The magazine is comprehensive, image heavy and informative. It is a visual delight.
Subscribers receive an exclusive Subscriber Only Newsletter, with pages of Australian gallery openings, exhibitions and advance notice of upcoming textile art happenings.

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Textile Fibre Forum 109
Regular columnists in this issue include Janet De Boer, LUCY POLAND, ANNE FIELD, MARIS HERR.

Features in this issue Include:
EVERY INFLATABLE TELLS A STORY – Evelyn Roth by Janet De Boer; ALY DE GROOT, Not Just a Crazy Jellyfish Lady by Garry Benson; NETS at TAFTA’s GEELONG FORUM 2012, ed. Janet De Boer; UN SOSTÉN PARA LA VIDA by Liz Jeneid; THE BRANCOTT ESTATE WEARABLEART AWARDS 2012; SHARYN HALL – SILVER LINING by Casey Hutton; NICKY SCHONKALA WEAVER by Kieran Finnane; EKO NUGROHO by Inga Walton; STILL LIFE / OUR LIFE – MARIANNE PENBERTHY; A BOJAGI JOURNEY From Rich Tradition to Contemporary Art; PIECING THE HABITUAL – JISEON LEE ISBARA; FIONA KIRKWOOD – RITUAL, ed. Janet De Boer; KYONG AE CHO A Conversation with Nature, ed. Janet De Boer; SEOUL INSPIRATION - KOREA; KOREA PAPER ARTISTS ASSOCIATION: JOOMCHI BOJAGI; ROBI SZALAY – FRAGMENTS IN PLAY; CATHERINE O’LEARY Inspired Art to Wear; FINLAND TO SOUTH KOREA Juha Laurikainen, ed. Janet De Boer; NOELA MILLS Wabisabi; A JOURNEY TO FELT – PHYLLIS HOFFMAN; LIFE QUILT – SOUTH AUSTRALIA by Sue Morley; STICKWORKS, Patrick Dougherty at Fed Square by Wendy Golden; and more...

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Textile artists, designers and education facilitators will find Textile Fibre Forum informative, revealing and inspiring. Each issue explodes with colour and shows a passion for the textile arts, the fibre arts and the artisans that employ these materials to express themselves.
Profiles of artists work, exhibitions and inner thought processes are explored and showcased, making each and every page a treasure. The themes are varied and range from light-hearted to thought provoking and often elicit unexpected responses.
Regular columns and features explore issues that are relevant to the textile arts, from marketing your pieces, to looking at legal issues, as well as giving advance notice of calls for entries and expressions of interest for gallery awards, installations, acquisition prizes and textile competitions & exhibitions. The magazine is comprehensive, image heavy and informative. It is a visual delight.
Subscribers receive an exclusive Subscriber Only Newsletter, with pages of Australian gallery openings, exhibitions and advance notice of upcoming textile art happenings.
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