atasda logo 

Designed by Marie-Therese Wisniowski

The ATASDA logo has the following elements:

  • black square representing a piece of cloth
  • a needle referring to the historical and traditional skills inherent in the creation of textile art.

The needle represents the simplest of tools in a creative process. The needle is reflected by a paintbrush 'outside the square'. The paintbrush depicts the creative nature of textile art and surface design. By appearing 'outside the square', it highlights the innovative nature of contemporary cloth art.

 

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Post Festive Season blues? Turn the whole world blue...... 

Come along and join in a fabulous Indigo dyeing workshop, learn, play, have fun and go home with beautiful dyed fabric and lots of inspiration!

Lynne Britten - Shibori and Indigo workshop

 

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It’s winter and most of us are finding it quite a tad colder than the previous year or two. ATASDA NSW committee have decided we would like to offer all our members a small challenge to complete across the cooler months.

“What is it?” I hear you say….

Image: Marie Cross

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Congratulations to the members for the wonderful box/book!

Exhibition was held at Yeerongpilly early April, hosted by Plant Empire.

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Faces and Flora Suitcase is currently touring around New South Wales, soon to go to other states...

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