<![CDATA[TRACING PATTERNS FOUNDATION - NEWS]]>Sat, 28 Sep 2019 02:04:18 -0700Weebly<![CDATA[11th International Conference of Asian Scholars (ICAS 11) July 14–19, 2019, Leiden]]>Mon, 12 Aug 2019 20:31:05 GMThttp://tracingpatterns.org/news/icas11
Successful Outcome
TPF-organized textile panels were held on July 18 in the beautiful pavilion of the Volkenkunde Museum. Eleven distinguished scholars presented works on different issues related to the theme, "Fibres, Loom, and Technique." Both speakers and attendants came from local areas as well as abroad, from as far as the Philippines and Indonesia. According to Philippe Peycam, Director of International Institute of Asian Studies (the organizing body of ICAS), one of the biggest contingents of ICAS attendees was the textile crowd. This tells us that we are doing something right!

Full program
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Malika Kraamer, Christine Giuntini, Analyn Salvador-Amores, and Linda S. McIntosh

 
Perfect Partnership
TPF also collaborated with the Textile Research Centre Leiden (TRC). The Centre organized and served as the local host for many textile lectures/ workshops that run alongside ICAS. All classes, including two TPF-sponsored workshops, were over-subscribed. In addition to contributing to the academic content for the ICAS and TRC programs, TPF also co-sponsored a public reception at the TRC and hosted a close gathering for the invited textile scholars.
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Textile Analysis Workshop at the Textile Research Centre, taught by Sandra Sardjono
 
Next Steps
ICAS provides a perfect international platform for textile study. This biannual conference takes place in different countries, thus opening up an opportunity to engage scholars and audience worldwide. Our next steps are: first, we want to share the outcome of this meeting in Leiden by publishing a book with the same theme as that of the textile panels. What book format and which publisher are still under discussion. Second, we aim to repeat this year's success in the next ICAS, which will take place in Kyoto. Thus, our task this coming year is to find a local institution in Kyoto with whom we can partner and plan another stimulating week of textile studies for ICAS 12 in 2021.

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<![CDATA[Embracing Change, Honoring Traditions]]>Fri, 09 Aug 2019 07:00:00 GMThttp://tracingpatterns.org/news/embracing-change-honoring-traditions
7th ASEAN Traditional Textile Symposium
Date: 4–8 November 2019
Location:
Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Organizer: Traditional Textile Arts Society of South-East Asia (TTASSEA)


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<![CDATA[TPF-TRC Collaboration]]>Tue, 09 Jul 2019 07:00:00 GMThttp://tracingpatterns.org/news/tpf-and-trc-leiden-collaboration
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Dr. Sandra Sardjono, President of TPF, and Dr. Gillian Vogelsang, DIrector of TRC Leiden
Exciting days ahead! Together we can do so much more for the world of textiles...

Beginning in May 2019, the Tracing Patterns Foundation, Berkeley (TPF) and the Textile Research Centre, Leiden (TRC) are working together to raise funds for textile lectures, workshops, and researches conducted at the center.

Actions for US-based donors:
• Financial donations  should be made to the Tracing Patterns Foundation, mentioning the “TRC Leiden fund.”
Donate here.
• Object donations must be per-arranged through TRC Leiden. Contact: info@trcleiden.nl. After approval, please fill out an Object Donation Form and email it to info@tracingpatterns.org.
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<![CDATA[Fibre, Loom, and Technique]]>Sun, 09 Jun 2019 07:00:00 GMThttp://tracingpatterns.org/news/fibre-loom-and-technique
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Flores weaver. Image @ Chris Buckley
Textile Panels at the 11th International Conference of Asian Scholars
(ICAS 11)


Date: 18 July 2019
Location: Volkenkunde Museum, Leiden


Organizer: Tracing Patterns Foundation
Full program

In the past decade there has been renewed interest in textile studies in regards to materials, loom and non-loom technologies, and finished products including clothing. Many of these research activities are happening across continents in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, ethnography, as well as in museums.

In these related panels, eleven researchers from different regions and disciplines come together to share their research methodologies, findings, and philosophical issues related to their fields.

Speakers: Chris Buckley, Eric Boudot, Itie van Hout, Geneviève Duggan, Christine Giuntini, Malika Kraamer, Analyn Salvador-Amores, Linda S. Mcintosh, Stefan Danerek, Sandra Niessen, and Bernhard Bart.

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<![CDATA[The First Biennale of Natural Dyes]]>Thu, 09 May 2019 07:00:00 GMThttp://tracingpatterns.org/news/the-first-biennale-of-natural-dyes
Date: 20-24 May 2019
Location:  China National Silk Museum
                 Hangzhou

Organizer: China National Silk Museum

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