International Connections

Siore, Micala
March 1990
Fiberarts;Mar/Apr90, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p11
The author reflects on her experience of attending the 6th International Tapestry Symposium in Graz, Austria as a U.S. representative. She points out that this experience provided valuable insights regarding how international artists viewed American tapestry. She emphasizes the importance of technical skill for French weavers. She believes that fiber arts as a whole are evolving and gaining even greater legitimacy. She stresses the need to push textile artists in aesthetic, as well as technical realms.


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