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(Re)connect Kate Hartman video, new media, artist
Kate Hartman is a video and new media artist who lives in New York City. She received a degree in Film and Electronic Arts from Bard College and is currently pursuing her Masters at New York Universityís Interactive Telecommunications Program. This blog chronicles her current class work at ITP. For additional information on her projects, please visit
Apparel Design (College of Design-University of Minnesota) college, school, apparel, design, students, textile
In the apparel design program students develop an understanding of the textile and clothing product development process, including design, production, and marketing. Students are challenged to integrate knowledge of the product with consumer needs and business constraints.
Carnegie Mellon University (Carnegie Mellon University, College of Engineering/College of Fine Arts) school, university, education, research, outreach
Carnegie Mellon is an innovative leader helping to shape the world through education, research and outreach. Recognized for our unique interdisciplinary environment, we encourage work across departmental lines. As a result, our graduates enter the world with the ability to solve complex problems through leadership and collaboration.
Design Interactions Department (Royal College of Art ) school, art, college, student, conceptual, critical
The course provides a creative and intellectually stimulating environment where students and staff can explore relationships between people, design and emerging technologies in different contexts of practice (industry, design studios, think tanks and research labs), through different design approaches (practical, experimental, conceptual and critical), and by tackling different design roles (maker, strategist and critic).
FIT-Fashion Istitute of Technology NY (State University of New York) internship, innovations, textile/surface design, business, communications, art, fashion, college for design, master, university, school, collaborations, exibithions, fashion design degree
Internationally recognized college for design, fashion, art, communications, and business.
Katherine Moriwaki Katherine Moriwaki fashion, technology, media, art, school, Parsons, professor, research
Katherine Moriwaki is an Assistant Professor of Media Design in the School of Art, Media, and Technology at Parsons School of Design in New York City. As faculty at Parsons Katherineís focus is on interaction design and artistic practice. She teaches core curriculum classes in the M.F.A. Design + Technology Program where students engage a broad range of creative methodologies to realize new possibilities in interactive media. Katherine is also currently completing a Ph.D. in the Networks and Telecommunications Research Group at Trinity College Dublin, which examines the intersection between fashion, technology, and creative practice.
Kathy Schicker Kathy Schicker new technologies, new materials, sustainability, collaborative projects, textile design, visual artist, multidiscipline arts projects
I am a visual artist who specialises in textile design and collaborative projects. I have recently completed an MA in Design for Textile Futures at Central St Martins College, which focused on issues including; sustainability, new materials, new technologies and the delivery of multidiscipline arts projects.
London College of Fashion (University of the Art-London-Central St Martins) technology, fashion production, fashion marketing, textile design, consultancy, research, fashion education, students, arts, college, school, creativity, clothing, collections
London College of Fashion is the only college in the UK to specialise in fashion education, research and consultancy. We offer a unique portfolio of courses that aim to reflect the breadth of opportunity available in this vibrant industry.
Moritz Waldemeyer Moritz Waldemeyer catwalk, choreography, LED, collaborations, fashion, art, technology, innovative, stylist, designer, Hussein Chalayan, wearable technology, visionary
Widely recognised as one of the most innovative and exciting designers of his generation Waldemeyer, aged 34, was born in East Germany. He moved to London thirteen years ago where he trained as an engineer at Kings College and completed his Masters degree in 2001. Since then, he has collaborated with many of the worldís top architects and fashion designers including Ron Arad, Zaha Hadid and Hussein Chalayan. His work is a fusion of technology, art, fashion and design.
Motion Response Sportswear Kerri Wallace designer, thermo-chromic liquid crystals, research, new material, printed textiles, fashion sportwear, smart media, smart printing processes, textile, smart wearable garments, clothing, responsive technology, thermo chromic ink, leucodye microcapsules, color changing
Kerri is a textile designer from the United Kingdom currently challenging the potential of wearable display technologies in textile design. Prior to her MA in Design for Textile Futures, Kerri graduated from Chelsea College of Art & Design in BA Textiles, 2005 where she specialised in recycled materials for the body and home, and sustainable solutions for interior and exterior spaces. This exploration included textile manipulation and mixed media approaches, printed techniques, and a related written paper. Kerri is both a conscientious and dynamic designer whos skills include silk-screen and digital print design, constructed textiles, fine art and communication design.
SparkFun (SparkFun) online shop, buy, company, electronic parts, components, yarn
SparkFun was founded in 2003 by Nathan Seidle, then a University of Colorado - Boulder engineering student. From meager beginnings (Nathan's college apartment), the company now employs over 60 people in an office in the outskirts of Boulder, Colorado. The SparkFun crew works in various departments such as engineering, marketing, production, shipping, and keg replenishment, all united in one common goal - Sharing Ingenuity.
TED textiles environment design Prof. Kay Politowicz, Rebecca Earley, Miriam Ribul, Clara Vuletich, Melanie Bowles, Caryn Simonson, Lorna Bircham, Kathy Round (Chelsea College of Art & Design) ongoing sustainable design, recycling, durability, research
Over the last ten years TED has been developing a set of practice-based sustainable design strategies that assist designers in creating textiles that have a reduced impact on the environment.
Textile Futures Research Group University of the art-London (TFRG) schools, fashion, sustainability, textile product, textile applications, University of the Arts London, research, product, environment, architecture, medicine, university, technology driven textile research, Central Saint Martins, London College of Fashion, Chelsea College of Art, Digital Textile Design, smart textile, nanotechnology
The Textile Futures Research Group comprises researchers across Chelsea College of Art and Design, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London College of Fashion, at the University of the Arts London.
Unitex (Unitex) networking social, textile research, promoting servicese, textile sector, job offers, bimonthly magazine, international congresses, textile industry, association, research, company, research, Unitex journal
UNITEX is the National Association of (technical) executives of the textile industry in Belgium. Beside members in Belgium, Unitex has also members in other countries ( Netherlands, Germany, France, Portugal, Great-Britain, USA...). It is led by Professor Dr. Marc Van Parys - head of the textile division of the University College of Ghent). Its activities mainly consist of monthly presentations on technical and general topics which might be of interest to the textile industry, as well as the organization of international congresses such as European Coating Congress and World Carpet Congress .
Vinnova (Vinnova University College of Boras) manufacture, development, Industrialisation, designed materials, bachelor, master, course, school, material concepts
Designed Materials relates to materials/materials systems whose structure (on a macro, micro or sub-micro/nano level) can be deliberately manipulated so as to affect the materialís properties in a controlled fashion and achieve a specific functionality in product manufacture. Designed Materials has no direct connection with any specific industrial sector.
Warning Jacket Philip Worthington (Royal College of Art ) 2005 electromagnetic, field, shock, jacket
Strips of fur become electrostatically charged and stand on end, rather like a cat, when the wearer is threatened. If someone comes closer they will feel the electromagnetic field and too close and they will get a 100,000 volt static shock.