The story of bilum begins in the remote villages where they are weaved in small communities.
Submit your events, workshops, lectures, and exhibits at any time with this this free and easy-to-use calendar listing. Do a search first to see if you are already listed – if not, just click on the “Add New”… Read More
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Above: Detail from “Petals” by Barbara De Pirro The National Basketry Organization announces its second biennial Members In Print exhibition. Works selected will be published in the Summer 2020 edition of Basketry +, NBO’s full color magazine. This… Read More
Work by Shan Goshorn, photo by Rose McCracken. Enjoy a wonderful article written by Rebecca Head Trautmann in “American Indian”, the magazine of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. “Some of the last creative efforts of… Read More
I create vessels with texture and color, in forms that are woven, stitched, layered, and constructed. Each vessel can stand alone, or can be connected and related with other pieces in support and unity, often representing a community… Read More
“Rooted, Revived, Reinvented: Basketry in America” authors and co-curators Jo Stealey and Kristin Schwain have collaborated on a wonderful article in Antiques and Fine Arts Magazine. Enjoy!
Nancy Koenigsberg has been engaged in one form or another with textiles for most of her life, from early knitting commissions to a needlepoint business and since the mid 70s working in art textiles.
Artists Pushing the Boundaries of Basketry