Articles: Object of the Day for New York Textile Month

September is Textile Month in New York and Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum are celebrating it in style.

Every Monday to Friday a new addition will be made to their blog by one of their curators or a leading scholar. According to their website “With over 210,00 objects spanning thirty centuries of decorative arts and design, Object of the Day explores the material culture of textiles, graphic design, furniture, products, architectural drawings, wallcoverings, and much more.”

You can subscribe to their Object of the Day email to ensure you don’t miss any of these posts.

So far this week Elizabeth Pope has written on Peruvian Painted Patterns, Cynthia Fowler on Nature and the Embroidered World, Janine LeBlanc on Eye-catching Appliqué (mola blouses), Richard Landis on Warp and Weft, and Elena Phipps on a Fragment of the Cahuachi Great Cloth. You can also listen to audio versions of these items. With such a great list last week I can’t wait to see what else they have in store for the rest of the month.

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2 thoughts on “Articles: Object of the Day for New York Textile Month

  1. Sorry Felicity – I wasn’t aware of that. I was notified of the original posts as a member of the Textile Society of America. All I can suggest is that you click on the link to their blog page every few days. Best wishes, Sue.

  2. Hello Sue I tried registering for the Object of the Day email as you suggested but it asks for zip code and the system clearly expects US folks to be applying. Any suggestions?

    Best wishes Felicity

    Felicity Wood 93 Woodstock Road Oxford OX2 6HL 01865 554281 felicityswood@gmail.com

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