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  • 18/04/2019 - Katja Schmitz-von Ledebur - News
    Happy Easter!

  • 15/04/2019 - Dominique Cardon -
    Des Couleurs pour les Lumières – Antoine Janot, teinturier occitan (1700-1778)

    Dominique Cardon informed us that her publication on a 18th century Languedocian dyer has just come out. It includes the edition of three of his memoirs on dyeing and many samples of dyed wool broadcloth. more...

  • 11/03/2019 - Helena Loermans -
    Reconstruction of the Canvas as used by El Greco for ‘The Burial of the Count of Orgaz’

    El Greco painted 'The Burial of the Count of Orgaz' on a canvas with a pattern. In a project that originated in the 'Erasmus for Young Entrepreneur Programme' I had started to weave painters canvas with a pattern. At least I made a reconstruction of the canvas used by El Greco. more...

  • 21/01/2019 - Hans Bjarne Thomsen -
    Studies on textiles from the Ryukyu Kingdom (present-day Okinawa)

    Prof. Hans Bjarne Thomsen – who is doing research on textiles from the Ryukyu Kingdom and Okinawa (old and new names of the same archipelago) – needs your support. more...

  • 21/01/2019 -
    Registration Open: CODARTfocus Bernard van Orley

    Study visit to the exhibition Bernard van Orley with an additional focus on tapestries and stained glass windows. more...

  • 07/01/2019 - Katja Schmitz-von Ledebur -
    Make it your year!

  • 20/12/2018 - Katja Schmitz-von Ledebur -
    Season‘s Greetings!

  • 19/09/2018 - Birgitt Borkopp-Restle - News
    New CIETA website

    Welcome to our new website and to this space in particular that will be yours – to present your new exhibitions and publications, to introduce us to unknown textile objects, to tell us about your journeys, visits and reads… We will be pleased to receive your contributions! more...

  • 19/09/2018 - Katja Schmitz-von Ledebur - News
    Participate and share

    I am very excited to share with all CIETA members latest news from the world of textiles: current exhibitions, publications, textile objects – maybe you have seen some during a trip or even in your home town – and much more. If you want to participate and share interesting subjects I am looking forward to receiving your posts via e-mail, also photos are welcome. more...