Textile Month Programme.
Online during December 3rd-23rd, 2020
Art Pluriverse: Textile Month in a glimpse!
To be updated weekly. Stay tuned!
Research-based art creation online
For: artists, communities & general public
5 artists cooperate online with 5 textile communities and co-create research-based artworks that explore the artistic heritage and cultural knowledge around textiles along contemporary art practices.
The public can follow up the artistic process online. Find more information about the selected artists, communities and their projects below.
Open GLAM online course
Creating FAIR Community Archives
For: GLAM enthusiasts, students, researchers, curators, archivists, educators and cultural professionals
5 researchers/research groups selected through the open calls will be attending the programme’s online course, learning to create FAIR community archives based on wiki-tools, Open GLAM practices and FAIR principles.
Learn more about the selected researchers and invited tutors below.
VR public experience
Enter the 3D Art Pluriverse
Throughout the event a VR art meeting space will be open and accessible to all, presented as a workshop in progress on weaving patterns and 3D modelling experimentation.
The workshop takes place within the framework of the academic course “Spatial Representation II”, at the School of Architecture in the University of Ioannina.
Open-access Zine Publication
For: Art Pluriverse participants and collaborators
The 1st Art Pluriverse Community Science Edition will be released post-event as an open-access zine publication. The programme includes a day of zine jam for exploring and sharing the documentary heritage of textile books, periodicals and ephemera, by the Athens Zine Bibliotheque.
The digital edition will be published by the National Documentation Centre.
5 artists & 5 communities
Artist-Community Synergies .
Co-creating research-based artworks
5 researchers/research groups & 5 tutors
FAIR Community Archives .
An open GLAM online course
Kirila Cvetkovska, documenting the Rizarios Crafting School of Monodendri,
is an independent cultural practitioner from North Macedonia, who is interested in the concepts of collective memory,
loss and detachment, exploring cross-cultural values and their manifestation.