Fashioning Felt: A Conversation, with Susan Brown, Curater

January 2010
Surface Design Journal;Winter2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p6
Trade Publication
An interview with curator Susan Brown is presented. When asked about her motives of setting up an exhibition of felt, she refers to the rising demands and popularity of the material to the arts and design industry and in craft community. Brown believes that the versatility of the material, which includes its different usage in different industries, would become known and popular. She gives examples of felt used in architecture.


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