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Green Lantern, Lisa Arenstein Jan 2013

Green Lantern, Lisa Arenstein

International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Conference Proceedings

I create sculptural objects from found materials that exemplify my interest in line and texture. My art is familiar, yet illusive, woven from layers of various widths of latex tubing interlaced with rigid, painted metal that act as wire-like scaffolds. The lines move in, around, and off the sculptures, giving a life-form to the object within space. Lines can be described in terms of length, width, height, and depth. When these elements are combined through either parallel accumulation, or crosshatching, they create a visual surface or texture.


Integrating Textile Design In Apparel Construction Through A Joint-Class Project, Kathryn Eason, Angela Dial Jan 2013

Integrating Textile Design In Apparel Construction Through A Joint-Class Project, Kathryn Eason, Angela Dial

International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Conference Proceedings

Textile and textile design choices are integral to the apparel design process. Faculty observed that students struggled with integrating fabric choice into the primary stages of design development and research. In Flat Pattern, students complete fully developed designs, from initial research to finished garment.


Textile Product Information In Apparel Advertisements: Content Analysis Of Mademoiselle, 1942-1997, Monica Baziotes, Pamela V. Ulrich Jan 2013

Textile Product Information In Apparel Advertisements: Content Analysis Of Mademoiselle, 1942-1997, Monica Baziotes, Pamela V. Ulrich

International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Conference Proceedings

Throughout the twentieth century, women have utilized magazines as a means of obtaining information concerning nearly every aspect of their lives. In the early 1900s, women read articles pertaining to society news and viewed illustrations of the latest fashions in publications catering to upper and middle-class consumers (Farrell-Beck & Parsons, 2007). In later decades, magazines addressed changing gender roles and advertised products that assisted in domestic duties (Walker, 2000).


The Effect Of Textiles On Perceived Physiological Comfort While Backpacking In The Cold, Lynn Baker, Hsiou-Lien Chen, Brigitte Cluver Jan 2013

The Effect Of Textiles On Perceived Physiological Comfort While Backpacking In The Cold, Lynn Baker, Hsiou-Lien Chen, Brigitte Cluver

International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Conference Proceedings

Clothing is the primary means that wilderness backpackers have to protect themselves from illnesses and injuries that can occur while hiking in the cold. Currently, backpackers are recommended to dress in clothing layers; however, when hiking in the cold, this system may not meet backpackers’ simultaneous, yet conflicting needs for thermal insulation and heat dissipation.


The Art And Bohemian Character Of Ethel Wallace, Michael Mamp, Mary Lynn Damhorst Jan 2013

The Art And Bohemian Character Of Ethel Wallace, Michael Mamp, Mary Lynn Damhorst

International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Conference Proceedings

Ethel Wallace was a painter and textile artist who gained great prominence in the early part of the 20th century. Wallace’s work was exhibited in Paris, London, New York, and Philadelphia. Her textiles were featured by Macy’s department store and published in Vogue. Ms. Wallace’s social circle included Paul Poiret, Gertrude Whitney and opera singer Eva Gauthier. Yet, by her death, Wallace and her work had fallen from the public eye. Despite her artistic achievements and innovation of technique, her story has been written out of the history books.