West Meets East: Collaborating Across Continents

PoIvinen, Elaine
October 2003
Surface Design Journal;Fall2003, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the author's efforts in searching for digital collaborations in the areas of textiles and apparel in Beijing, China. It mentions the author's partnership with Shen Li, a design instructor at Capital Normal University (CNU), who has an educational background in fashion design, and Yimeei Wang who has knowledge in textile design The partners create a collaborative digital design culminating with a Chinese-inspired theme exhibition that will take place first at CNU and then at Buffalo State College in New York. Information on the techniques used by artists in their work is provided.


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