Voices on Cloth - Maiwa Podcasts

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Voices on Cloth features presentations from luminaries in the textile and fiber arts. Recorded live at the Maiwa Textile Symposium, held in Vancouver Canada, the presentations are from an international collection of writers, travellers, craftspeople, and artists.

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http://maiwapodcasts.blogspot.com/
Description
Textiles and the fiber arts, traditional craft, natural dyes, culture, trade, and artisan markets.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-10-24 06:56
last episode published
2011-06-17 20:44
publication frequency
47.8 days
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Number of Episodes
25
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Society & Culture Places & Travel History Visual Arts Design Fashion & Beauty Arts

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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
17.06.2011

The Working Traveller - Part 4

Bappaditya BiswasLinda CortwrightStephen HuylerCharllotte KwonSheila PaineIn this presentation the panel talks about how they manage a trip financially and which trip has meant the most to them.Recorded at the 2009 Maiwa Textile Symposium on October 21...
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22.11.2010

The Working Traveller - Part 3

Bappaditya BiswasLinda CortwrightStephen HuylerCharllotte KwonSheila PaineIn this presentation the panel consider the unique identity of stitches and weaves and their greatest travel disasters.Recorded at the 2009 Maiwa Textile Symposium on October 21,...
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20.10.2010

The Working Traveller - Part 2

Bappaditya BiswasLinda CortwrightStephen HuylerCharllotte KwonSheila PaineIn this presentation the panel consider the desire to go to remote distances, insurance against snow leopards, collections and collectors.Recorded at the 2009 Maiwa Textile Sympo...
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16.09.2010

The Working Traveller - Part 1

Bappaditya BiswasLinda CortwrightStephen HuylerCharllotte KwonSheila PaineIn this presentation the panel consider what it means to be a working traveller, talk about cultural intervention, trade, and the benefits and pitfals of craft preservation and m...
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24.07.2010

Retooling for the Future: Part 2 The Artisan's Alliance of Jawaja

The Artisan's Alliance of JawajaQuestion and AnswerIn this presentation the Artisan's Alliance of Jawaja answer questions from the audience and ask a few of their own. The Vancouver audience asks about the process of leatherworking but also about the p...
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9.07.2010

Retooling for the Future Part 1: Artisan's Alliance of Jawaja

Retooling for the Future Part 1The Artisan's Alliance of JawajaIntroduction and PresentationIn this presentation the Artisan's Alliance of Jawaja introduce themselves, explain the history of thier community and relate some contemporary challenges and h...
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20.05.2010

European Blue: Woad and Bleu de Lectoure

European Blue: Woad and Bleu de LectoureDenise and Henri LambertPresentation, Question and AnswerIn this lecture Denise Lambert will guide the audience through the history of this colourant and relate how a simple curiosity led to the rediscovery of an...
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4.02.2010

Creating a Garden of Natural Dye Plants - Part 2

Creating a Garden of Natural Dye PlantsMichel GarciaPart 2 Presentation, Question and AnswerMichel Garcia is a practicing chemist and botanist specializing in natural dyes and dye plants. He is the founder of Couleur Garance, a botanical garden of dye ...
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17.01.2010

Creating a Garden of Natural Dye Plants - Part 1

Creating a Garden of Natural Dye PlantsMichel GarciaPart 1 Introduction and PresentationMichel Garcia is a practicing chemist and botanist specializing in natural dyes and dye plants. He is the founder of Couleur Garance, a botanical garden of dye plan...
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5.12.2009

From Gandhi to Globalization - Part 2

From Gandhi to Globalization: Craft and Human DevelopmentAshoke ChatterjeePart 2 Presentation, Question and AnswerMahatma Gandhi dreamed of India’s independence and used localised hand production as a weapon against colonial rule. Later, Gandhi’s legac...
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18.11.2009

From Gandhi to Globalization - Part 1

From Gandhi to Globalization: Craft and Human DevelopmentAshoke ChatterjeePart 1 Introduction and PresentationMahatma Gandhi dreamed of India’s independence and used localised hand production as a weapon against colonial rule. Later, Gandhi’s legacy he...
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21.09.2009

The Cotton Road - Part 3

Rosemary CrillPart 3 - Question and AnswerRosemary Crill explores "the cotton road", sibling to the well known silk road but largely dominated by India's traffic in cotton textiles. In part three Rosemary Crill explores India's trade with the west as t...
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15.08.2009

The Cotton Road - Part 2

Rosemary CrillPart 2 - PresentationRosemary Crill explores "the cotton road", sibling to the well known silk road but largely dominated by India's traffic in cotton textiles. This episode presents the second part of Rosemary's lecture in which she expl...
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27.07.2009

The Cotton Road - Part 1

Rosemary CrillPart 1 - PresentationRosemary Crill explores "the cotton road", sibling to the well known silk road but largely dominated by India's traffic in cotton textiles. This episode presents first part of Rosemary's lecture in which she explores ...
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16.06.2009

African Textiles: The Heart of the Yoruba - Part 2

Gasali AdeyemoPart 2 - Question and AnswerIn this lecture master craftsman Gasali Adeyemo fields questions from the audience about traditional techniques and about working in Africa and Santa Fe. Gasali concludes with a story about the role of clothing...
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29.05.2009

African Textiles: The Heart of the Yoruba - Part 1

Gasali AdeyemoPart 1 - PresentationIn this lecture master craftsman Gasali Adeyemo opens the evening with a description of his early life in Nigeria and tells how fibre art came into his life. As a participant of the Nike Centre for Arts and Culture, b...
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1.04.2009

Masters of the Art - Part 2

The Khatri Blockprinters of Dhamadka and AjrakhpurPart 2 - Questions from the Audience withRazzaque Mohammed Khatri and Ismail Mohammed Khatri and Eiluned EdwardsAfter the formal presentation the evening was opened up for questions from the audience. T...
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4.03.2009

Masters of the Art - Part 1

The Khatri Blockprinters of Dhamadka and AjrakhpurPart 1 - PresentationRazzaque Mohammed Khatri and Ismail Mohammed Khatri with Eiluned Edwards Ajrakh has become the signature cloth of the Khatris. It is a cotton textile traditionally dyed with indigo ...
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15.02.2009

Sheryl MacKay interviews Charllotte Kwon

North by NorthWest with Sheryl MacKayIn March of 2008 CBC radio's Sheryl MacKay came to the Maiwa Loft and interviewed Charllotte Kwon, Owner of Maiwa Handprints and director of the Maiwa Foundation. The interview aired on March 22 on Sheryl's program ...
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1.02.2009

The Independent Artist: Working to Commission

Lucy GoffinWorking to commission involves forming a special relationship with a client. Large works for public spaces require the artist to deal with architects, planners, and engineers. It involves navigating through time frames, budgets, and fire reg...
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26.10.2008

Reel and Weave: The Silkspinner's Story - Part 3

Karen SelkIn part three Karen explores India and visits both the giant tusser moth and the Salvi community, makers of a famous double silk ikat known as Patan Patola.Karen Selk has been a textile designer and artist since 1972. Her primary focus has be...
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4.10.2008

Reel and Weave: The Silkspinner's Story - Part 2

Karen SelkIn part two Karen describes her experience in Laos and explains how weaving traditions are an essential part of Laotian culture.Karen Selk has been a textile designer and artist since 1972. Her primary focus has been weaving and fusing felt w...
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1.09.2008

Reel and Weave: The Silkspinner's Story - Part 1

Karen SelkKaren Selk describes her journeys to China and explains how silk is raised and harvested.Karen Selk has been a textile designer and artist since 1972. Her primary focus has been weaving and fusing felt with silk. In addition to writing, photo...
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24.05.2008

From the Heart: A Weaver's Journey - Part 2

Bhakti ZiekThe conclusion of Bhakti Ziek's ride ranging and intimate talk on the art and life of weaving.Recorded at the 2007 Maiwa Textile Symposium on October 16, 2007Posted May 2008
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26.04.2008

From the Heart: A Weaver's Journey - Part 1

Bhakti ZiekBhakti Ziek has the ability to talk to a group about her life as a weaver while making it seem as if she is sitting talking directly to each person about their own lives and intimate experiences. In this talk, she updates her journey, sharin...
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