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Pat McGaw and Inger Jensen, 2016

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With sincere thanks for the generous support of the many friends who helped Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts along its way and especially to Bruce McGaw, Al Silbowitz and Ellen Jouret.

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Contents 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 11 12 13 15 15 21 22 24 25 31 31 34 34 35 36

Acknowledgements Foreword The School The Curriculum The Certificate Program Constructed Textiles Natural & Chemical dyeing, Color Theory & Spinning Classes Design, Drawing & Sculpture Classes History Classes Marketing, Business & Professional Classes for Artists Printing and Surface Design Classes Weaving Classes Loom & Non-loom Pacific Basin Textile Arts Gallery Pacific Basin Textile Arts Gallery Exhibitions Pacific Basin Textile Arts Gallery: In The Community Pacific Basin Textile Atelier Jim Ahrens Supplementary Programs: Classes and Workshops Guest Artist Seminars and Critiques Guest Speakers & Lectures Artist-in-Residence and Seminars series with Lillian Elliot Survival Arts Series Staff, Board of Directors, Advisory Board 1986 Foot Notes

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Foreword

This publication is to honor the many people who were part of making Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts a vital, live, institution, that represented the time it was part of. This includes students, teachers, lecturers, those who exhibited their work in the gallery and the many who worked to develop the program as it grew over the years. Many stories could be told, this is merely a summation of facts, gathered by going through the school archives of catalogues, newspaper articles, and gallery announcements. It was an exiting and creative era. Inger Jensen and Pat Violette McGaw. Founders

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Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts

’ Front of school building

Back of school building

The school Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts, a studio school, which enjoyed an international reputation as one of the San Francisco Bay Area's leading arts institution from 1972 -1986. The school was a private partnership from 1972 to 1977. In 1978, it was incorporated as a non-profit institution. The schools varied programs addressed textile traditions, current developments, and the continuing role of textiles as a gracious and humanizing art form. "Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts was founded in 1972 by Inger Jensen and Pat McGaw, textile majors and graduates of California College of Arts and Crafts, (now California College of the Arts), Oakland, California, with backgrounds in interior design and painting, respectively. Both witnessed the blossoming interest in textiles while at CCAC under the demandingly creative eye of the late Trude Guermonprez.....It appeared to McGaw and Jensen that there was a real need for a professional school in the Bay Area, but one that would not necessarily grant degrees." 1 "McGaw and Jensen wanted a sense of community - small classes, individual attention, open studio hours, and an emphasis on excellence. There are two types of programs: The continuing program, for students interested in individual classes, and a 3-year certificate program, with specialization in loom weaving and fabric printing.� 2 "There is no one style that predominates and dictates students work, unless it is one of honesty about that work and an insistence on well-designed and constructed textiles. Some students enter Pacific Basin to learn how to weave yardage; others are much more concerned with textiles as art" 3 5


Curriculum:

"The school's comprehensive curriculum was designed to meet the need of the professional artist, both aesthetically and pragmatically. Studio classes form the core of the program with intensive training in surface design, weaving, constructed textiles and dying. Visual skills are cultivated through classes in drawing, design, textile and art history. The program is unique in offering extensive marketing and business training. Lectures, seminars, guest artist critiques and weekend workshops enhance a solid class program through lively contact with textile artists, historians, designers and art professionals." 4

Core classes: Constructed Textiles Dying and Spinning Design, Drawing & Sculpture History Marketing, Business & Professional classes for artist Surface Design Weaving

Supplementary programs and classes Workshops Guest Artist Critiques Guest speakers/Lectures Artist In Residence and Seminar Series with Lillian Elliott Survival Arts Series First opening reception for Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts, fall 1972 Pat McGaw, Trude Guermonprez, Inger Jensen

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The Certificate Program "Although not officially accredited, the school offers certificate programs of accomplishment. With its small classes of serious students, open studio hours, and qualified faculty, it provides for an intense textile experience". 5 The Certificate Program was developed during 1977 and 1978 by Project Director Ellen Jouret along with the Program Directors Inger Jensen and Pat McGaw, and students at the school. A three year program with a specializations in Loom Weaving and Surface Design. The program was intended to enable students to become professionally competent and financially self-supporting. In 1979 the school applied for and received a major grant to further develop the Certificate Program, from the U.S. Department of Education - FIPSE, Fund for the improvement of postsecondary education, which provides grants to support innovative educational reform, (Grant Number P116B790047) The program offered a sequence of courses in textile processes complemented by courses in drawing, design, and textile history. Additional components of the program included training in professional weaving and printing methods and marketing and business. A regular series of critiques, lectures and seminars augmented the basic curriculum. The candidates were certified on the basis of quarterly reviews, a portfolio developed over the course of the program, and a final project. In combination these should demonstrate a mastery of tools and processes, exploration of visual problems, and an awareness of historical and contemporary trends. Each student was required to participate in a graduation exhibition at the end of the last quarter of the Certificate Program.

The Certificate Program Graduates 1980 Leigh Marymor Keri Olson 1981 Marianna Hoolhorst 1982 Yvonne Jeong Hildy Sackman Beth Shippey 1983 Sally McCandless Sheila Simpson Ghislaine Gery Rhoda London

1984 Gail Gove Natalie Goff Lyons Filmer

1986 Melanie Berdofe Flora Ito Rita Elegant

1985 Anne Harrigan Janet Malotky Marilyn Petty Heidi Fesmire Ramona Laurence Jennifer Mayol Karen Pladsen

1987 Susan Putnam Karen Urbanek Juliet Riebeling

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Constructed Textiles Mats, nets, baskets, all existing in pre-history, are considered the oldest textile tradition, possibly the earliest form of technology. They continue to capture our imagination and inspire endless new responses. Ingrained with this awesome tradition but dancing to a new tune, contemporary open-andclosed structures appear in a vast array of natural and manmade materials, sizes, shapes and styles. Past and present, dreams and high tech energy coalesce in our efforts to distill a new essence.6

Faculty: Constructed Textiles Susan Lehman

Pat Hickman &Susan Sternlieb

Joy Stocksdale

1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976

1978, S1979,

1980, S1985,

Inger Jensen

Lillian Elliott

Sharon Robinson

1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976,

1981, 1982, 1983,1984,

S1980, S1981, 1984

1977, 1978

1985, 1986

Jan Wagstaff

Pat Hickman & Lillian Elliott

Nora Rodger

1972, 1973

S1982, 1983, 1984,

S1980, 1981, S1982

Anne Wilson

Riet Samuels

1973, 1974

S1973. 1975

Marjorie Baer

Carol Davidson

Kaethe Kliot 1973, S1981 Pat O'Connor

S1973, 1974, 1977, S1978

1973

1982, 1983, 1984, 1985

Susann Dunaway

Joyce Marquess

Candance Kling

1976, 1980, S1984

S1975, S1976

S1984

Susan Sternlieb

Marna Goldstein

Sally McCandless

1977

S1977

S1984, S1985

Pat Hickman

Lin Fife

Ragnhild Langlet

S1976, 1978, S1982

S1978

S1985

Annell Slack

Jean William-Cacicedo

Gaza Bowen

1979, 1980,1981, 1983

S1980

1984

Mary Martinez

Mary Ann McCabe

Carole Beadle

S1973

1979

S1985

Janet Boguch

Janet Malek

S1977

S1983

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Natural & Chemical Dyeing, Color Theory & Spinning Classes The need to twist or spin plant and animal fibers into a strong thread capable of producing a net, rope or cloth and the desire to add color to fiber have engaged man from earliest time. Almost every culture has developed some means of achieving one or both of these skills. Textile processes which rely on applying dyed color to either fiber or fabric are extensive, and along with the knowledge of spinning fiber into thread, may be considered the backbone of modern fiber art. 8

Faculty: Natural & Chemical Dyeing & Color Theory Carol Mortensen

Glen Black

Annel Slack

1974, 1975, 1976, 1977

1978

1981, 1983, S1984, 1985

Pat McGaw

Jackie Wollenberg

1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1984, S1985

1985

Faculty: Spinning Carol Mortensen

Wanda Miller-Ziemba

Mary Moser

1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977,

S1978, 1980

S1980

Jackie Wollenberg

Martha Klein Haley

Janet Malotky

1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984,1985, 1986.

S1979

S1984, S1985

1978

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Acrobats by Mary Gould

Design, Drawing & Sculpture Classes The plastic arts provide a concrete approach to flexibility. The fiber arts have always had, to a varying degree, a ritual or artistic purpose as well as a functional one. However, in the past decade or two fiber has emerged as a major art medium. A strong background in two- and three-dimensional design, and an ongoing vital experience with the visual language of drawing, painting and sculpture are primary experience for evolving complex color and spatial compositions, and gaining an understanding of the role of historic, mythological and personal themes as a means for allegorical, narrative or symbolic images. These adventures push at limits and expand the creative spirit. 10

Faculty: Design, Drawing & Sculpture Lisa Eshrick

Marjorie Baer Snow

Amy Rothberg

1974, S1979, S1980, 1981

1974

1975, 1976

Anne Wilson

Kathleen Larisch

Pat Charley

1976, 1977

1977

S1977

Wanda Miller-Ziemba

Zeida Rothman

Teliha Draheim

S1978, S1979

S1980

1981, S 1983, 1985

Lillian Elliott

Annell Slack

Martha Haley

S1982, 1984, 1985

S1983, 1985, 1986,

S 1983

Emily DuBois

Pat McGaw

Mary Gould

1984

1975, 1977, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986

Inger Jensen

Susan Sternlieb

1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 19811982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986

1976

1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986

Bruce McGaw 1978

Faculty: Basic Carpentry for Weavers Al Silbowitz 1976

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History Classes

Textile and art history classes offer contact with the ideas and vision of diverse cultural and artistic commitments from pre-history through the modern era. The study of interrelations, as well as the singularity, of history periods and styles, of how artists from various eras and geographies influence each other, and how political, social and cultural attitudes affect subject matter, symbols, style, techniques and scale of visual art prepares us to see more fully what we look at and to evaluate more effectively art works from our heritage as well as current art trends. Developing a historical perspective and critical sensibility adds an immeasurably rich resource on which to draw for inspiration and insight. 12

Faculty: Textile History Riet Samuels

Pat Hickman & Lillian Elliott

Carol Austin

1974, 1975, 1976

1979, 1983, 1984, 1985

S1982,

Susann Dunaway

Jan Janeiro

Cynthia Broderson

S 1976, 1976, S1984

1979, S1984

S1983, S1984

Pat Hickman

John Marshall

Geoffrey I. Brown

1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982

1994, 1985

S1984

1983, 1984, 1985, 1986

Jill Mefford

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1977

Marketing, Business & Professional Classes for Artists A fundamental part of the philosophy of Pacific Basin School is that artists in our society must be responsible for their own economic survival because both patrons and government support are the exception, not the rule. Developing an understanding of business, as well as business and career management skills is a vital part of committing oneself to life as an artist. The professional artist series is designed to give students a broad understanding of what it means to be in business for oneself. 14

Faculty: Marketing, Business & Professional Classes for Artists Irene Imfeld

Christine Hardy

Richard Valentino

S1981, S1982, 1984, 1985, 1986

1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985

S1984

Sam Moya S1982, 1983

Ignacio Peri

Alexandra Zauft

1983

1983

Caitlin McGaw 1985, 1986

Faculty: Photographing Textile Mariam Cramer Ring

Pat Hickman & Lillian Elliott

1974, 1975, 1976, 1978

1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985

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Printing and Surface Design Classes The Surface Design Program at Pacific Basin operates from the premise that a complete understanding and mastery of design concepts and techniques related to the medium is ultimately liberating to the artist. Through mastering multiple techniques and exploring diverse design and creative approaches students are encouraged to develop a personal and individual vision. The program at Pacific Basin School is designed to build such facility while developing an understanding of historical and contemporary textile arts. 16

Faculty: Printing and Surface Design Amy Rothberg

Suzann Dunaway

Susan Sternlieb

1974, 1975, 1976, 1977

S1976

S1976, S1978

Robin Muller

Pat Hickman

Gloria Walsh

S1979

1981

S1982, S1983, 1984, S1985

Pat Hickman & Lillian Elliott

Teliham Draheim

Jody Rashbaum

1981, 1982, 1983

S1981, S1983, S1984, S1985

1983, 1984

Carol Takaki

John Marshall

1984, S1985

1984, S1985

John Marshall & Rhoda London S1985

Joy Stocksdale S1981, S1982, S1983, 1984, S1984, S1985

Sibaprasad Karchaudhuri

Kathleen Larisch Program Chair 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986

1985

Marna Goldstein S1977

Lyons Filmer 1985

Sally McCandless 1983, 1984

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Weaving classes loom & Non-loom Pacific Basin's Weaving Program has been carefully designed to ensure a balance between the technology and skills needed to train expert weavers, and the study of diverse visual considerations and aesthetic points of view necessary to imbue weavers with a keen sense of the possible. This interweaving of the craft and art presents a generous structure in which knowledge, proficiency, and exploration are the keys to unlocking the process for developing rich, vital, energetic work-functional or art. 18

Faculty weaving: Loom & Non-loom Pat McGaw Program Co-Chair

Joyce Marquess

Pat Kinsella

S1975, S1976, S1979

S1982, 1984

Jackie Wollenberg

Leigh Marymor S1983

1972 – 1986

1976, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986

Susan Lehman

Jane Lackey Lehn

Hilary Bendich

1972, 1973

S1976, 1977

S1983, S1984, S1985

Jan Wagstaff

Leonore Alaniz

Emily Du Bois

1972 ,1973

S1977, S1983, S1984

S1983,

Marjorie Baer

Glen Black

Jacquetta Nisbet

S1973, 1974, 1977

S1977, S1978

S1983, S1984

Mary Martinez

Carole Beadle

Sally McCandless

S1973, 1974, S1976

S1978

S1984, S1985, 1986

Anne Wilson

Martha Klein Haley

Peggy Osterkamp

S1973, S1974, S1976

S1979

S1984, S1985

John Wilson

Kay Sekimachi

Ed Franquemont

1974

S1979

1984

Janice Bornt-Langdon

Eszike Stauffer

Randi B. Studsgarth

S1974, S1975, S1976

S1980

1984

Ellen Jouret

Jane Veale Purinton

Suzann Dunaway

1975

S1980, S1981, S1983, 1984

S1985

Riet Samuels

Ted Hallman

Janet Malotky

S1975

S1983, S1985

S1985

1972 – 1986

Inger Jensen – Program Co-Chair

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Susan Sternlieb S1975, S1976, 1977, S1978

Melanie Berdorfe 1984, 1985, 1986

Lillian Elliott S1979, 1981, 1982 1983, 1985, 1986

Martha Stanley

Lois Lancaster

Annell Slack

1977, S1977, S1978, 1979, S1979, S1980, 1981, S1981, S1982, S1983, S1984, S1985

1980, S1984, 1985

1979, 1980, 1981,1982, 1983,1984, 19 1985, 1986

Eloise Stroud 1982, 1983

Faculty: Production Weaving: Jim Ahrens 1976, 1977, 1981, 1982, S1984

Inger Jensen S1979, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986

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Hillary Bendich S1980, S1981, S1982, S1983, 20 S1984


Pacific Basin Textile Arts Gallery The Pacific Basin Gallery of Textile Arts opened in 1973. It was the first gallery in the San Francisco Bay Area to exhibit primarily textiles and fiberwork. The curatorial policy of the gallery represented both traditional and innovative work. Textiles from historical and ethnic traditions were shown along with new and experimental textile work

Gallery announcement for exhibit of baskets, 1986

Pacific Basin Textile Arts Gallery – Exhibitions

1973

Baskets- A Group Exhibit

Fall 1973

Guatemalan Village Textiles

1974

Crochet - a group show

Spring 1974

Kay Sekimachi: Kawa – Cardweavings

Fall 1973

September – October 21

Animal Imagery – Soft Construction: Susan Lehman and John Wilson October 31 – December 14

September 12 – October 26

January 23 – March 1

Summer 1974

Webshow – Faculty exhibition

Fall 1974

Historical Textiles

Fall 1974

Fibers in Jewelery

Fall 1975

Textiles of Turkey

Fall 1975

Pliable Lines Recent Textiles by Anne Wilson

July 10 – September 6

September 18 – October 25

March 13 – April 26 Spring 1974

Annual Student Exhibit

1975

Folk Costumes of the Balkans

Spring 1975

Dyed and Printed Textiles

May 8 – June 14

January 29 – March 7

March 19 – April 25

November 6 – December 13

September 10 – October 24

November 5 – December 12 Spring 1975

Annual Student Exhibition May 14 – June 20

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1976

Japanese Textiles

Summer 1976

January 14 – February 27

Quilts & Other recent Textiles Joyce Marquess June 23 – August 20

Spring 1976

Janet Levin

Fall 1976

Mach 10 – April 16

West African Textile Collected by Christine Rex September 15 – October 30

Spring 1976

Annual Student Exhibition May 5 – June 11

Fall 1976

Jane Lackey - Subtilis ikat images

Summer 1977

Mexican Textiles Exhibition arranged by Bea Lopez

November 10 – December 17

Mary Gould Acrobats June 23 – August 20

1977

Image as cloth/cloth as image Lisa Mei Lee January 14 – February 18

Winter/Spring 1977

August 3 – September 24 Fall 1977

Phantasmagoria – Marna Golstein March 4 – April 15

Bolivian Andean Textiles: Indigenous textiles woven by the Quechua and Aymara Indians Photographed and collected by Jonathan Hill September 28 – November 5

Winter/Spring 1977 Summer 1977

Annual Student Exhibit April 27 – June 10

Fall 1977

Rugs – Martha Stanley

Summer 1978

Images (Visions in–Voyages Out) Rebecca Van Sciver Wilson and Noreen Crone-Coggins

November 9 – December 17

Conjunction: Textiles and Handmade Paper Stephanie McAuliffe with Don Farnsworth June 15 – July 29

1978

Method and Madness Printed and Woven Works Cathy Bolding and Vicki Scaff January 20 – March 3

Winter/Spring 1978

August 4 – September 8

Textiles of the Philippines Photographed and collected by Madelyn Katzman

Fall 1978

March 10 – April 21

Collected to wear: Traditional Garments & Accessories Gathered by Tamara Wasserman from Asia, the Middle East, The Americas and Indonesia September 15 – October 13

Winter/Spring 1978

Annual Student Exhibition

Fall 1978

April 28 – June 2

In the spirit of the Inca A Quiet Textile Legacy – Group show October 20 – November 17

Summer 1978

Strata – Recent textiles by Suzanne Dunaway

Fall 1978

June 23 – July 28

Contemporary Peruvian Weavings By Alfonso Sulca November 24 – December 15

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1979

Textiles by Sheila O’Hara And Pat Kinsella

Summer 1979

January 19 – March2

An Interplay of Edges Recent Textiles By Gail Reed Prager July 27 – September 7

Winter/Spring 1979

Knowing the Robes: Maja Berger-Fahrni

Fall 1979

March 9 – April 20 Winter/Spring 1979

Annual Student Exhibit

Summer 1979

Textiles from the Hindu Kush Collected by Elizabeth Selandia

Printed Garments: An exibition and sale September 14 – October 12

April 27 – June 8

June 5 – July 20

Fall 1979

Pat Hickman Recent Textiles

Fall 1979

Benefit Exhibition and Sale of contemporary textiles

October 19 – November 30

December 3 – 21

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1980

Bags and Belts from the Bolivian Highlands. Collected by Gail and Steve Berger

Summer 1980

Mixed Media by Nora Bendich

Fall 1980

Susan Sternlieb

Fall 1980

Jan Janeiro

Fall 1980

Certificate Program Graduate Exhibit: Leigh Marymore and Keri Olson

August 1 – September 5

January 11 – February 15 Winter/Spring 1980

Sculpture by Mary Gould

Winter/Spring 1980

Felt by Judy Evenson

Winter/Spring 1980

Annual Student Exhibit

February 22 – March 28

April 4 – May 9

May 16 – June 13

September 12 – October 17

October 24 – November 28

November 30 - December 5 Summer 1980

Baskets by Lillian Elliott

1981

Recent work Jill Light and Enid Braun San Francisco Art Institute Alumni Exhibit

June 20 – July 25

Fall 1980

Benefit Sale

Winter/Spring 1981

Certificate Program Graduate Exhibit Marianna Hoolhorst

December 5 – December 19

February 16 – 20

January 9 – February 13 Winter/Spring 1981

Recent work Kay Willens

Winter/Spring 1981

February 27 – April 10

Fortuny and Us Pat Hickman and Lillian Elliott April 17 – May 22

Summer 1981

Annual Student Exhibit

Summer 1981

May 29 – July 3

Bolivian Folk Art Collected by Diane Bellamy July 10 – August 14

Fall 1981

Recent work by Pat Charley

Fall 1981

August 21 – October 2

The All Horse Show by Sharon Robinson October 9 – November 20

Fall 1981

Third Annual Benefit Sale of Contemporary Textiles December 1 – December 18

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1982

Lisa Esherick and Margaret Olwell Recent Work on Paper

Summer 1982

January 14 – February 26 Winter/Spring 1982

Forms and Fantasies in Paper Carole Beadle

July 9 - August 6 Summer 1982

March 5 - April 16 Winter/Spring 1982

Annual Student Exhibit

Summer 1982

Certificate Program Graduate Students Yvonne Jeong, Hildy Sackman, Beth Shippey

April 23 - June 4

Lois Hadfild and Marsha Karr Fabric Works Images on Cloth Birgitta Olsen and Joy Stocksdale August 13 - September 17

Fall 1982

Knights In Daze - Mary Gould

Fall 1982

Fourth Annual Benefit Sale of Contemporary Textiles

September 24 - October 29

November 5 - October 17

June 11 - July 2

1983

Shibori Shapes & Surfaces Mary Kellog Rice

Summer 1983

January 7 - February 11 Winter/Spring 1983

Thread Count Joyce Marquess Cary

Orissa Ikats - Curated by Mary and Tony De Bone July 22 - August 26

Fall 1983

Allison Miller - Recent Work

Fall 1983

Martha Haley - Recent Work

Fall 1983

Benefit Sale

Fall 1983

Certificat Program Graduate Exhibit Rhoda London and Ghislaine Gery

September 2 - October 7

February 18 - March 18 Winter/Spring 1983

Painted Silk by Mia Kodani

Winter/Spring 1983

Annual Student Exhibit

Summer 1983

Certificate Program Graduate Exhibit Sally McCandless and Sheila Simpson

March 25 - April 29

May 6 - June 10

October 14 – November 18

November 25 - December 18

December 16 - January 1

June 17 - July 15

1984

Thomasin Grim - Recent Work

Winter/Spring 1984

Annell Slack The Lingering Watermark

January 6 - February 10

Summer 1984

Faculty Exhibit

Fall 1984

Pat O'Conner - Recent Work

Fall 1984

Vivian Poon – Physical Reality Painted Illusions

July 20- August 31

September 7 - October 12

February 17 - March 23 Winter/Spring 1984

Randi B. Studsgarth Tapestries in the European Tradition and Experiments A Danish Fiber Artist's Expression

October 19 – November 23

March 30 - May 4 Summer 1984

Certificate Program Graduate Exhibit Gail Gove and Nathalie Goff

Fall 1984

Certificate Program Graduate Exhibition Lyons Filmer December 14 - January 18

June 15 - July 13

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1985

Summer 1985

Traditionel Textiles from Peru and Bolivia Collected by Nilda Callanaupa January 29 - February 22

Winter/Spring 1985

Certificate Program Graduate Exhibit Anne Harrigan, Janet Malotky, Marilyn Petty June 14 - July 19

Summer 1985

Kathleen Larisch - Floor to Ceiling March 15 - April 26

Within & Beyond the Basket Guest Curator Sally McCandless August 15 - September 13

Winter/Spring 1985

Annual Student Exhibit

Teresa Nomura Modern Heroines: Body & Soul

May 10 - June 7

September 19 - October 18 Winter/Spring 1985

Open House

Summer 1985

Faculty Exhibit

Hye-Joo Suh – Light & Shadow October 24 – November 22

May 21 Fall 1985

July 11 - August 9

Certificate Program Graduate Exhibition Heidi Fesmire, Ramona Laurence, Jennifer Mayol, Karen Pladsen December 15 –January 17

1986

Lois Lancaster Time Is, Time Was, Time is Past

Winter/Spring 1986

Annual Student show

Winter/Spring 1986

Certificate Program Graduate Exhibition Melanie Berdorfe, Flora Ito, Rita Elegant

May 9 - June 6

January 23 - February 21 Winter/Spring 1986

Jaquetta Nisbet - Time Warp February 27 - March 28

June 13 – July

Kay Pentzien Works On Fiber & Paper April 3 - May 2

1987

Certificate Program Graduate Exhibition Susan Putnam, Juliet Riebeling, Karen Urbanek This exhibition took place in the gallery at Fiberworks, Berkeley, Ca.

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Pacific Basin Textile Arts Gallery: In the Community Gallery activities were not limited to the San Pablo Avenue facility. A major exhibit of works by members of the Pacific Basin School and Atelier was shown at the San Jose Museum of Art, 1978. Other venues included The Mezzanine Gallery of The Bank of California, Berkeley, 1978; Alta Bates Community Art Gallery, 1979, The College of Marin, Fine Arts Gallery, 1983.

Gallery announcement for exhibit at the Mezzanine Gallery of The Bank of California, 1978. Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts and the Pacific Basin Textile Atelier

From the Pacific Basin exhibit at The Mezzanine Gallery at the Bank of California

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Pacific Basin Textile Atelier was established in September 1977 by Inger Jensen and Pat McGaw. A studio specializing in custom design and limited edition handwoven furnishing fabrics, wall installations and commission art textiles for residences and public interiors. The Atelier was equipped to special dye and weave short production runs of 20 to 50 yards. "It is a multi-purpose attempt to find out if it is possible to operate an atelier producing high quality art and objects in a context which encourages humane working conditions and cooperative design and production methods. There is also a Study/Apprentice program for advanced weaving students." 22 "The program is designed for advanced weavers, and is really an apprenticeship. Four applicants are accepted each year based upon an interview, competency in weaving, evaluation of past work, and mutual compatibility. The number of places is limited to four to help ensure the atelier will continue to be a working shop, rather than an extended classroom." 23

Avalon� wall hanging H:7 feet x W: 10 feet Designed by Pat McGaw for the Pacific Basin Textile Atelier

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“Counterpoint� Wall hanging. Design Annell Slack Commissioned by The Civic Arts Foundation of Berkeley For the lobby of the Civic Center Building in Berkeley, Ca.

In 1978 the Berkeley Civic Art Foundation commissioned Pacific Basin to create a tapestry to be installed in the lobby of the Civic Center Building in downtown Berkeley. It was a gift to the city from the BCA Foundation, a nonprofit corporation dedicated to the enhancement of public spaces. It was produced in the Atelier by members of the Atelier apprentice program, it was designed by Annell Slack

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Jim Ahrens Jim Ahrens, worked as a mechanical engineer for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Western Regional Research Laboratory, Albany, Ca. from 1960 1976. His area of research was wool and mohair, investigations in all phases of manufacture from raw fiber to finished goods, both woven and knitted. From 1947 - 1960 Jim Ahrens ran a successful weaving studio where he produced a top grade of table linen for several of the leading stores in San Francisco, Ca. As well as decorator fabrics, casement curtains for homes, churches and public buildings. During this time he designed, built and sold a wide variety of handlooms, four to forty harnesses, dobby and draw looms. "Ahrens, McGaw and Jensen met, and soon the Ahrens loom was introduced at Pacific Basin. Along with the looms came Jim Ahrens, his knowledge and array of equipment, and his endless insights into making the mechanics of weaving coherent, efficient, and easy on the human body. A new class was listed in Pacific Basin's brochure: Production weaving, a number of experienced weavers took the class offered in 1976; but Jensen, McGaw and Ahrens agreed that his experience and inventiveness might best be utilized on a more continuing basis. They decided to form the Production Atelier, which opened in the Fall of 1977 and made use of the prototypes for dobby looms now produced commercially by Jim Ahrens and Jon Violette." 24

AVL Dobby loom designed be Jim Ahrens

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Ikat workshop

Supplementary Programs: Classes and Workshops Winter

1974 Winter

1975

A survey of Scandinavian in-lay techniques

Winter 1974

Silkscreen and block print on fabric

Winter 1975

Weft Ikat

Fall 1975

Yarn suitability and availability

Fall 1975

The long draw and other special spinning techniques

Lolli Jacobsen

Mary Martinez

Fibers in Jewelry Marjorie Baer

Winter 1975

Lace Forms

Fall 1975

Ciba dyes for wool

Caroline Von Kleeck-Beard

Carol Mortensen

Yoshiko Wada

Jackie Wollenberg

Jackie Wollenberg Fall 1975

Introduction to the history of tapestry weaving

Fall 1975

Cold water natural dyes

Winter/Spring 1976

Wild baskets

Winter/Spring 1976

Indigo

Fall 1976

The history of quilts

Fall 1976

Indian pattern braiding

Fall 1976

Taaniko - Maori twining

Carole Beadle

Riet Samuels Winter/Spring

1976

Dyeing with mushrooms Miriam Rice

Winter/Spring 1976

Felt making

Winter/Spring 1976

The loom - a machine of many variations

Carole Beadle

Lucy Traber

Pat McGaw

Riet Samuels

Jim Ahrens Fall 1976

Hats for all occasions Susan Lehman

Robes, solid braids, tubes and chaine Marjorie Baer

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Carrol Greenbaum

Dorothy Miller


Winter/Spring

1977

Resist stencil printing

Winter/Spring 1977

Kathleen Larisch

The loom a machine of many variations Jim Ahrens

Winter/Spring 1977

Blueprint and brownprint

Winter/Spring 1977

Felt making 1&2

Winter/Spring 1977

Guild exibitions of the fifties

Winter/Spring 1977

Color theory for woven textiles

Winter/Spring 1977

Indigo workshop

Summer 1977

T채k채n채 and T채yskuvikas

Fall 1977

Matching plant dye colors with chemical dyes

Marna Goldstein

Carole Beadle

Jim Ahrens

Inger Jensen

Pat McGaw

Mary Martinez

Winter/Spring 1977

Papermaking workshop

Winter/Spring 1977

Folkwear

Winter/Spring 1977

Paper workshop

Winter/Spring 1977

Silkscreened fabric printing

Winter/Spring 1977

African market

Summer 1977

Mexican textile techniques

Fall 1977

Dimensional inkle weaving

Fall 1977

Bolivian Andean Textiles

Winter/Spring 1978

The loom a machine of many variations

Don Farnsworth & Bob Serpa

Barbara Garvey, Alexandra Jacopetti Ann Wainwright

Stephanie HIne

Kathleen Larisch

Dick & Beany Wezelman

Bea Lopez

Emily DuBois

Molly Duncan Fall 1977

Project presentation and cartoon development

Jonathan Hill, Ann Houston

Mary Martinez Fall 1977

Bedouin Saha

Winter/Spring

Rope and braid making

1978

Martha Stanley

Marjorie Baer

Jim Ahrens

Winter/Spring 1978

Putting ropes and braids to use

Winter/Spring 1978

Learning through movement

Summer 1978

Felt making with an emphasis on clothing: part 1 & 2

Marjorie Baer Mary Gould

Winter/Spring 1978

Kumi - Himo

Summer 1978

Advanced spinning

Fall 1978

The relationship between artist, galleries and/or museums

Carole Beadle

Kaethe Kliot Wanda T-Miller Ziemba

Hayward King

Fall Fall 1978 1978

Graphic skills for artists

Fall Fall 1978 1978

Ceremonial textiles

Richard Sargent

Fall 1978 Fall 1978

Graphic skillsAfor artists Costume: personal contex

Fall 1978

Couture: Paris & London

Fall 1978

Introduction Costume: A personal to silkscreen contex fabric Tamara printingWasserman, PenelopeFried,

Richard Sargent Tamara Wasserman, PenelopeFried

Couture: Paris & London Mary Ann McCabe Mary Ann McCabe

Kathleen Larisch Introduction to silkscreen fabric printing Kathleen Larisch

Wendy Niles Wendy Niles

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Winter/Spring

1979

Color theory for woven textiles Inger Jensen

Winter/Spring 1979

Finishing methods 2

Winter/Spring 1979

Felt

Summer 1979

Spaced weft twining

Fall 1979

Morocco

Fall 1979

Photo silkscreen

Pat McGaw

Wanda Ziemba

Nora Rodgers

Nancy Lemke

Kathleen Larisch

Winter/Spring 1979

Finishing methods 1

Winter/Spring 1979

Graphic skills for artists

Summer 1979

The backstrap loom

Summer 1979

Planning your fiber art

Fall 1979

Fleece dying

Fall 1979

Introduction to print design for a commercial market

Inger Jensen

Richard Sargent

Nora Rodgers

Robin Muller

Jackie Wollenberg

Carol Sanczak Winter/Spring

1980

Fleece dyeing

Indigo and warp resist for cotton

Winter/Spring 1980

Cardwoven selvedges

Fall 1980

Warp-patterned Andean weaves

Winter/Spring

Warp-patterned Andean weaves

Winter/Spring 1981 Summer 1981

Introduction to Bolivian highland weaving Jaquetta Nisbet

Winter/Spring 1980

1981

Winter/Spring 1980

Jackie Wollenberg

Faye Jacobs

Martha Stanley

Jacquetta Nisbet

Jacquetta Nisbet

Finishing techniques Inger Jensen

Production weaving techniques

Winter/Spring 1980

Finishing methods

Winter/Spring 1980

Algonquin surface techniques

Fall 1980

Kasuri weaving and indigo dyeing

Winter/Spring 1981

Warp painting

Winter/Spring 1981

Edges

Inger Jensen

Sharon Robinson

Kathleen Marty

Eszike Stauffer

Pat Hickman

Color and weave

Jonathan Mertz

Summer 1981

Fall 1981

Papermaking cloth

Fall 1981

Focus on felt

Fall1981

Blueprint & Brownprint on Paper and cloth

Fall 1981

Making your loom work for you Hilary Bendich

Pat o’Conner

Kathleen Beeler

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Margaret Windeknecht

Carole Beadle


Winter/Spring

1982

Polychromatic printing Joy Stocksdale

Winter/Spring 1982

Warp painting

Winter/Spring 1982

Drafting

Fall 1982

Spinning clinic

Fall 1982

Layout design & production skills for beginners

Eszike Stauffer

Annell Slack

Jackie Wollenberg

Winter/Spring 1982

Graphics

Winter/Spring 1982

Fabric printing

Winter/Spring 1982

A new paper making technique

Fall 1982

Graphic seminar

Fall 1982

Fabric printing

Winter/Spring 1983

Handpainting on silk

Winter/Spring 1983

Graphic seminar

Winter/Spring 1983

Museums the inner workings

Fall 1983

The world of fashion

Fall 1983

Fortuny lecture/workshop

Winter/Spring 1984

Coldwater Mineral Dyes

Irene Imfelt

Kathleen Larisch Carole Beadle

Irene Imfeld Kathleen Larisch

Irene Imfeld Winter/Spring

1983 Winter/Spring 1983

Polychromatic printing Joy Stocksdale

Piecing & Patching in the Japanese archipelago

Mia Kodani

Irene Imfeld

Mary Dusenberry Winter/Spring 1983

Textiles for teachers

Fall 1983

Sewing with silks - the professional approach

Eloise Stroud

Carole Austin

Ignacio Peri

Dorothy Humphrey Fall 1983

Fall 1983

Winter/Spring

1984

Computer aided pattern design Ghislaine Gery, Mark Opperman

Pat Hickman

Fabric printing Kathleen Larisch

Blueprint and Brownprint Techniques

Carole Beadle

Kathleen Beeler

Winter/Spring 1984

AVL: Computer Designed Dobby Weaving System

Winter/Spring 1984

Tapestry

Winter/Spring

A new papermaking technique Carole Beadle

Winter/Spring 1984

Handpainting on silk

1984 Fall 1984

Chiogami

Fall 1984

Marbling on Fabric

Fall 1984

Knitting Machine Demonstration

Fall 1984

Introducton to Fabric Printing

Fall 1984

John Marshall

Anne Du Bois

Deidre Wallace Sanchez

Kathleen Larisch

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Randi B. Studsgarth

Mia Kodani

An introduction to weaving Jackie Wollenberg

Fall 1984

Oshi-E John Marshall

Fall 1984

Paper Marbling: Traditional Turkish (Erbu)

Fall 1984

An introduction to weaving

Anne Rock

Jackie Wollenberg


Winter/Spring

1985 Winter/Spring 1985

Silk: It's personal characterisitcs Naomi Goto

Serpentine Manipulations From Ancient Peru

Winter/Spring 1985

The big leap

Winter/Spring 1985

Basic Fabric Marbling

Winter/Spring 1985

Charka Clinic

Fall 1985

Designing With Line

Fall 1985

An Introduction to Weaving

Winter/Spring 1986

Now & Then: From Ancient Cultures to Contemporary Art

Jackson Allen

Anne DuBois

Mary Frame Winter/Spring 1985

Antique ribbon folding

Winter/Spring 1985

Introduction to fabric design as a profession

Candance Kling

Celia Quinn

Zeida Rothman Fall 1985

Designing with Areas of Color & Pattern

Lillian Elliott

Lillian Elliott Fall 1985

Introduction to Fabric Printing

Winter/Spring

Fortuny: Lecture/Workshop

1986 Winter/Spring 1986

Kathleen Larisch

Pat Hickman

Jackie Wollenberg

Naomi Goto

Playing with Pleats: Paper and Fabric

Winter/Spring 1986

Polychromatic Printing

Winter/Spring 1986

Silk Spinning

Winter/Spring 1986

Non-silver Photography

Joy Stocksdale

Ellen Hauptli Winter/Spring 1986

Demystifying the Fashion Industry

Lee Raven

Janet Koike Winter/Spring 1986

Cold Water Mineral Dyes Carole Beadle

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Christine Riedel

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Guest Artists Seminars and Critiques: Fall 1977

Lillian Elliott Glen Black

Winter/Spring 1978

Jan Wagstaff Kay Sekimachi Carole Beadle

Fall 1978

Lia Cook Janet Levin

Winter/Spring 1979

Anne Wilson Carole Beadle

Fall 1979

Lois Lancaster Maggie Sciarretta Potter

Winter/Spring 1980

Jan Janeiro Candace Crockett

Fall 1980

Sharon Robinson

Winter/Spring 1981

B.Teliha Draheim Suzann Dunaway

Fall 1981

Janet Levin

Winter/Spring 1982

Sam Moya Joy Stocksdale

Fall 1982

Mary Gould

Winter/Spring 1983

Suzann Dunaway Jan Janiero

Fall 1983

Emily Dubois

Winter/Spring 1984

Sheila O'Hara Janet Levin

Fall 1984

Vivian Poon

Winter/Spring 1985

Nance O'Banion Lois Lancaster

Fall 1985

Ragnhild Langlet

Winter/Spring 1986

Gyongy Laky 26 Lia Cook

Guest Speakers & Lectures: Fall

1973

Slides and Talk About Guatamalan Villages and Their Textiles A Conversation About Their Work

Winter/Spring

Tales and slides of a World Traveler Alice Erb

Looms of Antiquity

Fall 1974

Fiber Adornments

Winter/Spring

Folk Costumes of the Balkans

Winter/Spring 1975 Fall 1975

Winter/Spring 1974

Construction Weaving

Fall 1974

Oriental Rugs

Winter/Spring 1975

The Struggle Between Function/Art

Fall 1975

Textiles of Turkey

Trude Guermonprez

Susan Lehman and John Wilson

Winter/Spring 1974

1975

Trends in texiles - slides and thoughts

Nancy Jewel

Fall 1973

1974

Fall 1973

Anne Blinks

Candace Crockett Emmet Eiland

Ed Rossbach

Carol Walker

Working with Yarn Collapse Lillian Elliott

A Talk About Her Work Ragnhild Langlet

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Alexandra Jacopetti Pat Hickman


Winter/Spring

1976 Winter/Spring 1976

Mingei: Folk Crafts & Country Textiles of Japan & Okinawa

Winter/Spring 1976

Dorothy Miller

Textile Sculpture a Personal View Slides and Discussion Janet Levin

Contemporary Weaving and Apprenticeship in Denmark

Fall 1976

West African Textiles

Winter/Spring 1977

The Seri Indians of Sonoma,Mexico

Fall 1977

Mexican textiles

Winter/Spring 1981

Earliest Textiles of the American Indian

Christine Rex

Lanita Williams and Beth Davis Fall 1976

Nanumea: A Polynesian Atoll Community and its Traditional Crafts Keith & Anne Chambers

Winter/Spring

1977 Winter/Spring 1977

Reactivating a Tapestry Collection Anna G.Bennett

Contemporary Finnish Textiles and Interpretations

Stephanie Hine Bea Lopez

Mary Martinez

Fall 1979

Rock Art of the North American Indian

Winter/Spring

1981

Ancient Peruvian Open-Work Textiles

Winter/Spring 1981

Rock Art of the North American Indian M.Leigh Marymor

Winter/Spring 1981

From Aunt Josephine's Attic

Winter/Spring

Links, Loops, Knots and Twines. Ancient and modern uses

1982 Winter/Spring 1982

M.Leigh Marymor

Mary Frame

Nora Rodgers Winter/Spring 1981

Fortuny and others

Winter/Spring 1982

Light: Effect on Color and Texture

Winter/Spring 1982

An Evening with Ed Rossbach

Fall 1982

Update on Museum Research/Literature Searches on North American Indigenous Textiles

Pat Hickman

Pat Hickman

Geraldine Knight Scott

Mary Frame

The History of Color and Dye in Japan

Ed Rossbach

Mary Dusenbury Fall 1982

Aerial Act One: Confrontation with Risk

Teliha Draheim Fall 1982

Fabrics for Interiors Drapery, Wallcoverings & Upholstery

Nora Rodger

Jim Gallardo

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Winter/Spring

1983 Winter/Spring 1983

Tapestry Weaving in Ancient Peru Mary Frame

Baskets, Nets & Rope: Alaskan Art of Survival

Winter/Spring 1983

Textiles of the Shosoin

Winter/Spring 1983

Perimeters: A look at four-selvedge Weaving

Elizabeth Lindsley Summer 1983

Mary Dusenberry

Martha Stanley

A talk about his work

Fall 1983

Ted Hallman

Warp Movement – Textile Structures from Many Cultures Nora Rodgers

Fall 1983

Tapestries - a Personal View

Winter/Spring

Ancient Peruvian Textiles: Image and substance

1984

Lillian Elliott

Fall 1983

History of Japanese Textiles

Winter/Spring 1984

The weavers eye: Design and Execution of Chinchero Cloth

Mary Frame

Winter/Spring 1984

Explorations

Winter/Spring 1984

Scandinavian textile artists

Jo Rashbaum

Ed Franquemont

Mary Clayden Randi B. Studsgarth

Winter/Spring 1984

Araucanian Textiles

Winter/Spring 1984

REA Anderson Studio – A Custom Dye House

Anne Blinks

Ruth Anderson Fall 1984

Cloud Art: The Ancient Craft of Marbling

Fall 1984

Anne DuBois

The Place of the Paracas Embroideries in Ancient South Coast Peruvian Art Larry Dawson

Fall 1984

Non-silver Photography

Winter/Spring

The Weavers Eye: Design & Execution of Chinchero Cloth

1985 Winter/Spring 1985

Christine Riedell

Summer 1984

Marbling workshop

Winter/Spring 1985

Costume Collecting in Candelaria, Bolivia

Ed Franquemont

Rhoda London

Mary Frame

Geometry Worn

Winter/Spring 1985

Katherine Westphal

The design of Ainu Coats from Attushi to Chikarkarpe Barbara Woodward

Winter/Spring 1985

Don't Take Rugs for Granted

Fall 1985

The European Influence

Martha Stanley Vrent Landolt

Winter/Spring 1985

European Brocades

Fall 1985

12th International Biennal of Tapestry

Ed Rossbach

Lillian Elliott & Pat Hickman Winter/Spring

1986 Winter/Spring 1986

Business as Art: Production Textile Printing

Winter/Spring 1986

Costumes of Taquille Peru

Winter/Spring 1986

Helmets/Headdresses

Mary Frame

Alan Grinberg

Illuminated Sculpture Victoria A. Rivers

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Candace Kling

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Artist-in-Residence and seminar series with Lillian Elliott With the help of a grant from the California Arts Council, over two periods 1979-80 and 1980-81, Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts hosted Lillian Elliott as an Artist-in-Residence. Her work included the development of a major tapestry, while working on a tutorial basis with students in tapestry, basketry, yarn collapse research, and more. An upright tapestry loom was designed and built by Jim Ahrens, specifically for the project, with wood donated by the Ashby Lumber Company, Berkeley. Public presentations and in-school critiques were scheduled throughout the period. An exhibit of Lillian Elliotts work was shown in the Pacific Basin Gallery during the summer of 1980.

Seminar Series with Lillian Elliott An ongoing class with Pacific Basin students and people in the community. The concern of the class was discussing and hopefully clarifying some of the many issues which plague weavers. Some of the topics covered were imagery, choices and directions, criticism. These seminars aimed to respond to questions or topics raised in the group. Fall 1981, Spring 1982, Fall 1982, Spring 1983, Fall 1983, Spring 1984, Fall 1984, Spring 1985, Fall 1985, Spring 1986

Survival Arts series Success at self-support is rare in the arts-but not impossible. Increasingly, textile artists are setting professional goals, but do not know how to realize them. For these people, Pacific Basin offered the lecture series Survival Arts with guests who are successfully working in the field as artists and art professionals. This was an opportunity to examine goals, and to discover what options exist for their work. Guests included gallery directors and art representatives, as well as artists who were successful in selling their work. Such diverse topics as preparing portfolios and approaching the wholesale market were discussed. 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985. 28

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Staff 1986: Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts 1986 staff: Administrative Director: Gwen Jennings Director of Curriculum and Development: Pat McGaw Program Director: Inger Jensen Loom Weaving Program Chairperson: Annell Slack Surface Design Program Chairperson: Kathleen Larisch Registrar: John Sheridan 29 Gallery: Sally WcCandless

Board of Directors 1986: Al Silbowitz, President Maggie Gee Sue Eisenberg Inger Jensen Kay Kent Rhoda London Pat McGaw Marianne Muscarella Sylvia Oberti Kiran Singh B.J,Thorsnes Dennis Watt 30 Jackie Wollenberg

Advisory Board 1986: Artists: Peter Collingwood Ted Hallman Kay Sekimachi Bob Stocksdale Joy Stocksdale Anne Wilson Galleries&Museums: Paula Kirkeby Jeanne Low Terry St.John

Advisory Board 1986: Business Advisors: Jim Gallardo Tom Shaw Harry Weininger Textile Businesses: Jim Ahrens Susan C. Druding Barbara Garvey Alan Grinberg Jon Violette

Educational & Professional Advisors: Elizabeth Fitting Ellen Jouret Sidney E. McGaw 31 Geraldine Knight Scott

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Foot Notes:

1

Tamara Wasserman: Textile Education in Berkeley: Two Centers. The magazine Craft Horizons, April 1978.

2

James Scarborough:The Daily CAL., Art in Berkeley, august 21, 1981.

3

Judith Kohl: Textile Artists' Newsletter. A quarterly Review of Fiber Art. Vol. 1 number 4, winter 1978.

4

Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts 1985-1986 catalogue.

5

Tamara Wasserman: Textile Education in Berkeley: Two Centers. The magazine Craft Horizons April 1978

6

Constructed Textiles: Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts1985/86 catalogue.

7

Faculty: Constructed Textiles. Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts catalogues.

8

Natural & Chemical Dyeing & Spinning: Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts 1985/86 catalogue

9

Faculty: Natural & Chemical Dyeing & Spinning: Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts catalogues.

10

Design, Drawing & Sculpture classes: Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts 1985/86 catalogue

11

Faculty: Design, Drawing & Sculpture classes: Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts catalogues.

12

History Classes: Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts 1985/86 catalogue.

13

Faculty: History Classes. Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts catalogues.

14

Marketing, Business & Professional Classes for Artists: Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts 1985/86 catalogue. 15

Faculty: Marketing, Business & Professional Classes for Artists as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts catalogues.

16

Printing & Surface Design Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts 1985/86 catalogue

17

Faculty: Printing and Surface Design as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts catalogues.

18

Weaving classes: Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts 1985/86 catalogue

19

Faculty: _Weaving: Loom & Non-loom. Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts catalogues.

20

Faculty Production weaving: Description as listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts catalogues.

21

Gallery exhibits as listed in the Pacific Basin catalogues and announcements.

22

Judith Kohl: Textile Artists' Newsletter. A quarterly Review of Fiber Art. Vol. 1 number 4, winter 1978.

23

Paula Hoffmann: Weaving and Fiber news, a magazine for the artist/craftpersonVol.5.No1.September/October.

24

Judith Kohl: Textile Artists' Newsletter. A quarterly Review of Fiber Art. Vol. 1 number 4, winter 1978.

25

Workshops: As listed in the Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts catalogues.

26

Guest Seminars and critiques as listed in the Pacific Basin catalouges

27

Guest Speakers/ Lectures as listed in the Pacific Basin catalogues.

28

Survival Arts Series as listed in the Pacific Basin catalogues.

29

Pacific Basin catalogue 1986.

30

Pacific Basin catalogue 1986.

31

Pacific Basin catalogue 1986.

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Pacific basin school of textile arts 1972 1986