Recordings available for The Textile Museum Journal Interview Series

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Dear Colleagues,

 

The Textile Museum Journal Interview Series recordings are now available, please visit the links below for each program.

 

Brilliance, Color, and the Manipulation of Light in Andean Textile Traditions

Dr. Elena Phipps, Independent Scholar and Lecturer, Department of World Arts and Cultures & Dance at University of California Los Angeles with Dr. Mary M. Dusenbury, Research Curator at Spencer Museum of Art

Link: https://vimeo.com/521518483

 

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Asian Textiles in Portuguese Collections

Dr. Jessica Hallett, Curator for the Early Modern Middle East at Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon, Dr. Raquel Santos, Researcher, Center for Humanities, Universidade NOVA , Lisbon, Dr. Blythe McCarthy, Andrew W. Mellon Senior Scientist at the Freer and Sackler Galleries, Washington, D.C., Dr. Ana Claro, Researcher, Center for the Humanities, Universidade NOVA, Lisbon, and Dr. Maria João Ferreira, Curator, Museu de São Roque, Lisbon with Moderator: Dr. Mary M. Dusenbury, Research Curator at Spencer Museum of Art

Link: https://vimeo.com/529375455  

 

Color, Expectations, and Authenticity in Oriental Carpets

Prof. Dr. Walter B. Denny, Distinguished Professor of the History of Art and Architecture at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with Moderator: Dr. Mary M. Dusenbury, Research Curator at Spencer Museum of Art

Link: https://vimeo.com/519722805

 

Dyers’ Notebooks in Eighteenth-Century England and France

Dr. Anita Quye, senior lecturer in conservation science at the Centre for Textile Conservation and Technical Art History and head of History of Art at the University of Glasgow with Moderator: Dr. Mary M. Dusenbury, Research Curator at Spencer Museum of Art

Link: https://vimeo.com/522876661

 

We very much hope that you will enjoy the program recordings and reading our current volume.

 

Please keep in mind the George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum general members receive a PDF copy of the journal and Supporter level museum members receive a print copy of the journal. If you wish to become a museum member, please visit https://museum.gwu.edu/membership. Also information on subscribing to The Textile Museum Journal or submitting manuscripts, please visit https://museum.gwu.edu/textile-museum-journal or contact The Textile Museum Journal editorial team at tmjournal@gwu.edu.

 

With best wishes,

The Textile Museum Journal Editorial Team

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