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Made in Textile Art Camp:
The narrative behind clothes

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Eng  -  5 September 2022 - 17 September 2022

Made in Textile Art Camp: The narrative behind clothes is a Berlin based educational program to learn textile design and art practices in the context of the current local and global challenges faced by the fashion and textile sectors.

Why not stop fashion?
During the intensive educational program and exhibition we will welcome a fixed group of participants and we will discuss and learn material fiber science and art and textile making techniques. We will also learn about the global and local challenges currently affecting the fashion and textiles sector: environmental destruction, scarcity of resources, social injustice and intersectional discriminiation.

For who?
People between 18 and 27 years old that are interested in art and design and are motivated to improve the way fashion and textiles are made today. You don’t need to be experienced in any of these disciplines to apply!

Anyone who is queer, trans, non-binary, Black, Indigenous, people of color, disabled, have been impacted by the system, are immigrants, and people who experienced systemic oppression and/or gender-based violence are encouraged to apply.

Made in Textile Art Camp is a project by the Studio Urban Fibers and Ort-Schafft-Material in cooperation with Haus der Statistik and financed by Berliner Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung.

Learning program
5.September 2022 - 9.September.2022 -

Free work and exhibition preparation
12. September 2022 - 15.September 2022 -

Exhibition Opening
17. September 2022 - Participants will show their work at Haus der Statistik

Exhibition and closing
17-18. September 2022 - during Textile
Ko-Markt at Haus der Statistik

Daily Schedule: 
10:00 - 12:30 -Learning textile techniques and theoretical concepts

Lunch Break including vegan food for all participants

13:30 - 17:00 - Learning textile techniques
18:00 - Lectures by professionals

The daily program will include a session in the morning, a one hour lunch break (lunch will be provided) and a session in the afternoon. A number of special lectures and open discussions about art and textiles will be offered in the evenings after the workshops, and in this case the sessions will be open to all audiences.

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