Of Textiles and Education

Janeiro, Jan
March 1991
Fiberarts;Mar/Apr91, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p3
The author comments on the current state of textile education, in which colleges, art schools and universities are determining curriculum priorities based on financial and enrollment pressures. The author mentions that textile education in the 1950s were conducted in small shops, community art centers and specialized fiber schools. She believes that money, leisure and acknowledgement can create a positive atmosphere where an artist can develop.


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