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1998 Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot Index

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Issues: Spring 1998, Summer1998, Fall 1998 and Winter 98/99

Compiled by Vicki Gadberry

Issues 114-117

AFRICA
Weaving in the land of Prester John. F. McClure. il bibl 117(W98/99):59-61.

ALBERS, Anni and Josef
Black Mountain College: A glimpse into its impact on 20th centuryart and education. V. Gadberry. il bibl 117(W98/99):22-24.

ALDREDGE, Michelle
Celebrate! Rhythms and Hues. il 116(F98):41-44.

AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL
Educational grant program for non-profit arts organizations. 115(Su98):7.

AMERICAN CRAFT COUNCIL
American Craft Council. 115(Su98):7.
ACC Announces 1998 Awards. 117(W98/99):5.

AMERICAN CRAFT MUSEUM
9 X 9 X 3: Anniversary exhibition of the Textile Study Group ofNew York. il 116(F98):6.
American Craft Museum. Objects of our time. 115(Su):8.
Bringing a point of view to the jurying process: Holly Hotchnerand Small Expressions. por 116(F98):29-30.
Urban textures: a celebration of weaving at the American CraftMuseum. 114(Sp98):7.
World of beads. il 115(Su98):7.

AMERICAN TAPESTRY ALLIANCE
Harmony: Interpretations of Nature in Contemporary Tapestry. il117(W98/99):32-34.

AMERICAN TEXTILE HISTORY MUSEUM
American Textile History Museum opens new gallery with exhibitof Princess Diana’s Dresses. 116(F98):7.

ANDERSON-SHEA, Charlene
Elected to the Board of Directors. por 115(Su98):insert.
HGA Board Nominees. por bio 114(Sp98):insert.
President’s letter. por 114 (Sp98):4; por 115(Su98):4; por116(F98):4; por 117(W98/99):4.

ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO
Recent textile acquisitions at the Art Institute of Chicago. il115(Su98):7-8.
Textiles - The Art Institute of Chicago. 114(Sp98):6.

AWARDS
ACC Announces 1998 Awards. 117(W98/99):5.
Convergence 98 exhibit award winners. 116(F98):insert.
Golden Dyepot Award. 115(Su98):insert.
HGA Award. 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert.
Helena Hernmarck receives 1998 Governor’s Art Award. 115(Su98):8.
National Heritage Fellows to receive prestigious honor in Folk& Traditional Arts. il 116(F98):7.
1998 Niche Award Winners announced. 115(Su98):7.
1999 Niche Award Finalists for Fiber announced. il 117(W98/99):6.
Petrini Grant Award. 116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
Winners of 1998 Grants announced. 117(W98/99):7.

BASKETS/BASKETRY
C.A. Michel: The Circle of Life. L. Lawrence. il por 116(F98):48-50.
Intensity: Basketry in Depth. il 117(W98/99):3, 35-36.
John Skau in 3-D: The Circle of Life. L. A. Lawrence. il 115(Su98):32-34.
Leon Niehues: Comfortable Perfection. D. Paulson. il 114(Sp98):29-31.
Ties that Bind at the Rhode Island School of Design. il 114(Sp98):6-7.

BEADS
Beadworks at Southeastern Ohio Cultural Arts Center. il 114(Sp98):5-6.
The world of beads. il 115(Su98):7.

BELL, Anita
Update. 114(Sp98): insert; 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.

BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE (NC)
Black Mountain College: a glimpse into its impact on 20th centuryart & education. V. Gadberry. il bibl 117(W98/99):22-24.

BOOKS & VIDEOS each issue.

BOWLES, Sandra
Virtuoso! Goes to Great Lengths at Convergence 98. il 116(F98):33-36.

BRAIDING
Braiding math and art: computers and weaving. R. Neilson. il 115(Su98):56-58.

BRENNAN, Archie
Archie Brennan tapestry lecture. 114(Sp98):7.
Continuing traditions: tapestry on exhibit at Gail Martin Galleryin New York. il 116(F98):8.

BROWN, Roxanne
Understanding copyright. 114(Sp98):25-27.

BUTTONS
Treasured buttons: beautiful accents. K. Dannerbeck. il bibl res114(Sp98):45-48.

CHEMICAL HAZARDS

ACTS FACTS report. 115(Su98):8.

CHILDREN
ArtQuest. L. Lawrence. il 117(W98/99):41-43.
Braiding math and art: computers and weaving. R. Neilson. il 115(Su98):56-58.
Kids knitting. M. Falick. il 115(Su98):53-54.
Yarn spinning with words. V. Gadberry. il 115(Su98):50-52.

CLOTHING see Costume

COLOR
Gathering at the Mill: Focus on Color at Mission Mill Museum.114(Sp98):6.
Walking on color: Lyn Sterling Montagne. L. Lawrence. il por 117(W98/99):25-29.
COPYRIGHT
Understanding copyright. R. Brown. 114(Sp98):25-27.

COSTUME(S)
American Ingenuity at the Costume Institute of the MetropolitanMuseum of Art. 114(Sp98):6.
And in closing. D. Totten. il bibl 114(Sp98):32-33.
Celebrate! Rhythms and Hues. M. Aldredge. il 116(F98):41-44.
Colorful costumes and cloth from the Phillippines on view in Washington,DC. il 116(F98):6.
Exhibit of gowns and jewels at Ohio’s First Ladies at McKinleyMuseum. il 114(Sp98):6.

COVER
Grouping of Baskets. J. Skau. 115(Su98):cover, 32-34.
A Pair of Prickly Pairs. J. E. Riis. 117(W98/99):cover, 32-34.
Springtime (detail). H. Hernmarck. 114(Sp98):cover, 37-39.
Virtuoso! Prize Winners. 116(F98):cover, 33-36.

CRAFTS
On the road to Convergence. L. A. Lawrence. il 114(Sp98):53-68.
The Society of Arts & Crafts...setting the standard througha century. V. Suit. il 114(Sp98):34-36.

DANNERBECK, Kathryn
Treasured buttons: beautiful accents. il bibl res 114(Sp98):45-48.

DIETSCHE, Kristin
FiberBYTES: Countdown to Convergence 2000 Cincinnati. 117(W98/99):insert.

DYES/DYEING
Brew me a rainbow. M. N. Sayres. il bibl res 115(Su98):59-61.

EVANS, Amy
Elected to the Board of Directors. por 115(Su98):insert.
HGA Board Nominees. por bio 114(Sp98):insert.

EXHIBITS
American Ingenuity at the Costume Institute of the MetropolitanMuseum of Art. 114(Sp98):6.
American Textile History Museum opens new gallery with exhibitof Princess Diana’s dresses. 116(F98):7.
Art rugs, wallhangings, and chairs dazzle at Spruill Gallery.Uncommon Thread: Art Rugs, Wall Hangings, & Chairs. 117(W98/99):5.
Beadworks at Southeastern Ohio Cultural Arts Center. il 114(Sp98):5-6.
Bringing a point of view to the jurying process: Holly Hotchnerand Small Expressions. por 116(F98):29-30.
Chairish the Future of Fibers! il 116(F98):10-11.
Colorful costumes and cloth from the Phillippines on view in Washington,DC. il 116(F98):6.
Contemporary Georgia Fiber Artists at the Georgia Museum of Art.il 115(Su98):6.
Different Voices: New Art from Poland. il(F98):7.
Exhibit of gowns and jewels at Ohio’s First Ladies at McKinleyMuseum. il 114(Sp98):6.
Exhibition of recent gifts and acquisitions at the Gallery ofArt & Design. 116(F98):7-8.
Gathering at the Mill: Focus on Color at Mission Mill Museum.114(Sp98):6.
Harmony: Interpretations of Nature in Contemporary Tapestry. il117(W98/99):32-34.
Indonesian Batiks at Textile Museum. Fabric of enchantment: Batikfrom the North Coast of Java. il 117(W98/99):5.
Intensity: Basketry in depth. il 117(W98/99):3, 35-36.
Major exhibition of printed fashion silks. All That Jazz: PrintedFashion Silks of the ‘20s & ‘30s. il 117(W98/99):7.
Muse of the Millennium, Emerging Trends in Fiber Arts at the NordicMuseum. il 114(Sp98):5.
9 X 9 X 3. Anniversary Exhibition of the Textile Study Group ofNew York. il 116(F98):6.
Objects of Our Time at the American Craft Museum. 114(Sp98):7.
On the road to Convergence. L. A. Lawrence. il 114(Sp98):53-68.
Paper + Finland = Art and Expressions in Wood: Masterworks fromthe Wornick Collection at the American Craft Museum. 114(Sp98):7.
Recent textile acquisitions at the Art Institute of Chicago. il115(Su98):7-8.
RISD on the Road. il (W98/99):6-7.
Small expressions. il 116(F98):26-28.
The Society of Arts & Crafts...setting the standard througha century. V. Suit. il 114(Sp98):34-36.
Textiles - The Art Institute of Chicago. 114(Sp98):6.
Ties that Bind at the Rhode Island School of Design. il 114(Sp98):6-7.
Transformation: Grand Opening exhibition for the Southwest Schoolof Art and Craft in San Antonio, Texas. il 116(F98):8.
Urban textures: a celebration of weaving at the American CraftMuseum. 114(Sp98):7.
Virtuoso! Goes to great lengths at Convergence 98. S. Bowles.il 116(F98):33-36.

FALICK, Melanie
Kids knitting. il 115(Su98):53-54.

FINLAND
Paper + Finland = Art and Expressions in Wood: Masterworks fromthe Wornick Collection at American Craft Museum. 114(Sp98):7.

FRIENDS OF FIBER ART INTERNATIONAL
Winners of 1998 Grants Announced. 117(W98/99):7.

GADBERRY, Vicki
Black Mountain College: a glimpse into its impact on 20th centuryart & education. il bibl 117(W98/99):22-24.
Index 1997-98. 114(Sp98):69-71.
Yarn spinning with words. il 115(Su98):50-52.

GALLERIES see Exhibits

GALLERY each issue

GRANTS
Educational grant program for non-profit arts organizations. 115(Su98):6.
Winners of 1998 Grants Announced. 117(W98/99):7.

GUILDS
Arizona Desert Weavers & Spinners Guild. 114(Sp98):21.
Arizona Federation of Weavers and Spinners. 114(Sp98):21; 116(F98):17.
Atlantic Handweavers & Spinners (Nova Scotia). 117(W98/99):17.
Baton Rouge Fiber Guild, Inc. 117(W98/99):17.
Bayou Yarn Benders. 117(W98/99):17.
Black Sheep Handweavers Guild. 114(Sp98):21.
Box Hill Spinners and Weavers (Victoria, Australia). 116(F98):16.
Canton Weavers and Spinners Guild. 116(F98):16; 117(W98/99):17.
Champaign-Urbana Spinners & Weavers Guild. 114(Sp98):20.
Charlottesville Fiber Artists. 114(Sp98):21.
Choctawhatchee Bay Spinners Guild. 116(F98):16.
Craft Guild of Iowa City. 114(Sp98):21; 117(W98/99):17.
Cuyahoga Weaver’s Guild. 117(W98/99):17.
Dallas Handweaver’s & Spinners. 114(Sp98):21; 116(F98):16.
(The) Greater Vancouver Weavers’ & Spinners’ Guild.114(Sp98):21.
Handweavers’ Guild of Connecticut. 117(W98/99):17.
Handweavers of Bucks County. 114(Sp98):21.
Hawai’i Handweavers’ Hui. 117(W98/99):17.
Huronia Handweavers, Ontario. 117(W98/99):17.
Indy Weavers, Spinners and Dyers. 116(F98):16.
Kalamazoo Weavers’ Guild. 116(F98):16.
Loom & Shuttle Weaving Guild. 117(W98/99):17.
Manasota Weavers’ Guild. 117(W98/99):17.
Michigan League of Handweavers. 117(W98/99):17.
Montana Association of Weavers & Spinners. 114(Sp98):21.
Moonlight Weavers Guild. 114(Sp98):20.
New Hampshire Weaver’s Guild. 116(F98):16.
New York Guild of Handweavers. Urban textures: a celebration ofweaving at the American Craft Museum. 114(SP98):7.
North Country Spinners. 116(F98):16.
Weavers Guild of the North Shore. 114(Sp98):20.
Ontario Handweavers and Spinners (Canada). 116(F98):16.
Peachtree Handspinners Guild. 114(Sp98):20.
Pinalena Fiber Arts Guild. 114(Sp98):21.
Rocky Mountain Weavers’ Guild. 117(W98/99):17.
Seattle Weaver’s Guild. Muse of the Millennium, EmergingTrends in Fiber Arts at the Nordic Museum. il 114(Sp98):5.
Spinners and Weavers of Imperial Calcasieu. 114(Sp98):20.
Sydney Handweavers’ Guild, Nova Scotia. 116(F98):7.
Tall Pines Guild. 117(W98/99):17.
Telarna Weavers and Spinners. 114(Sp98):21.
Valley Fiber Arts Guild. 117(W98/99):17.
Weaver’s Guild of Buffalo. 114(Sp98):21; 116(F98):7.
Weavers Guild of Cincinnati, Inc. 114(Sp98):21.
Weavers Guild of Greater Cincinnati, Inc. 116(F98):16; il 117(W98/99):16-17.
Weavers Guild of Minnesota. 116(F98):7; 117(W98/99):17.

GUILDVIEW each issue

HANDWEAVERS GUILD OF AMERICA
Awards
Award ribbon weavers needed. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert.
Convergence 98 exhibit award winners. 116(F98):insert.
Golden Dyepot Award. 115(Su98):insert.
Golden Shuttle Award. 117(W98/99):insert.
HGA and Dendel Scholarships and Petrini Grant Recipients. 116(F98):insert.
HGA Award. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.
HGA Award ribbon weavers needed. 116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
Petrini Grant Award. 114(Sp98):insert; 116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
Beginners' Hot Line. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.
Certificate(s) of Excellence
COE Dyeing recipient. 115(Su98):insert.
COE Handweaving recipients. 117(W98/99):insert.
Needed: Host guild for future COE: Basketry judging. 116(F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.
1998 COE in dyeing. 114(Sp98):insert.
1998 COE in handweaving. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert.
1999 COE in basketmaking. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert;116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
1999 COE in handspinning. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert;116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
2000 COE in dyeing. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.
2000 COE in handweaving. 116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
Convergence 2000
Convergence 2000 - Fiber bytes. 116(F98):insert.
FiberBYTES: Countdown to Convergence 2000 Cincinnati. K. Dietsche.117(W98/99):insert.
Convergence 98
ACM Director Holly Hotchner to speak at Convergence 98. 114(Sp98):7.
And in closing. D. Totten. il bibl 114(Sp98):32-33.
Atlanta Gallery and Exhibit Guide. 114(Sp98):insert.
The art is the cloth - Helena Hernmarck’s tapestries. M.Sidore. il bibl 114(Sp98):37-39.
Celebrate! Rhythms & Hues. M. Aldredge. il 116(F98):41-44.
Chairish the Future of Fibers! il 116(F98):10-11
Commercial vendor map. 114(Sp98):insert.
Convergence 98 Exhibit Award winners. 116(F98):insert.
Convergence 98 Fashion Show video. 117(W98/99):insert.
Convergence 98...picks up the tempo. il 114(Sp98):40-41.
Fiber Trust Tea. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert.
HGA annual general meeting Notice. 114(Sp98):insert.
HGA booth needs you. 114(Sp98):insert.
HGA Learning Exchange reunion. 114(Sp98):insert.
HGA teacher forum. 114(Sp98):insert.
HGA TLC gathering. 114(Sp98):insert.
Intensity: Basketry in depth. il 117(W98/99):35-36.
On the road to Convergence. L. A. Lawrence. il 114(Sp98):53-68.
Open guild forum at Convergence. 114(Sp98):insert.
Rep rap session at Convergence. 116(F98):insert.
Tea at Convergence for HGA volunteers past and present. 114(Sp98):insert.
Treasured buttons: beautiful accents. K. Dannerbeck. il bibl res114(Sp98):45-48.
Unforgettable Convergence 98. L. Lawrence. il 116(F98):37-40.
Virtuoso! Goes to great lengths at Convergence 98. S. Bowles.il 116(F98):cover, 33-36.
Convergence 96
Convergence 96 fashion show video. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert.
Elected to the Board of Directors. por bio 115(Su98):insert.
Fiber Trust 1998. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.
Guild services. 114(Sp98):insert.
HGA annual meeting. 116(F98):insert.
HGA Basketry Conference. 116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
HGA board nominee. 114(Sp98):insert.
HGA board nominees. por 114(Sp98):insert; por 117(W98/99):insert.
HGA COE Forum. 114(Sp98):insert.
HGA Rep Rap. 114(Sp98):insert.
HGA Salutes its Volunteers. 114(Sp98):insert.
HGA Teacher database. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.
HGA Thanks Fiber Trust Project. 117(W98/99):insert.
HGA Thanks Nominations Committee. 117(W98/99):insert.
HGA Thanks TLC Chair. 117(W98/99):insert.
HGA Winter Board meeting. 114(Sp98):insert.
HGA’s Guild Affiliate membership. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert;116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
HGA’s Web site. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.
Laughlin Library Collection. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert;116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
Learning Exchange
Fiber blends: wool, silk and mohair. il bibl resources 117(W98/99):55-57.
HGA Learning Exchange. 115(Su98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
HGA Learning Exchange Reunion. 114(Sp98):insert.
An introduction to four-shaft double weave. P. O’Connor.il bibl 117(W98/99):48-51.
Lincoln Longwool. L. Powell. il bibl resources 117(W98/99):45-47.
Looking at lace. M. McNulty. il bibl 115(Su98):47-49.
Pick-up weaves. K. Searle. il bibl 117(W98/99):52-54.
Members’ network. 114(Sp98):insert; 116(F98):insert.
National Spinning and Weaving Week. 115(Su98):insert.
New board appointment. por bio 117(W98/99):insert.
New HGA Representatives. 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
New Slide and Textile kits. 117(W98/99):insert.
President’s letter. each issue.
Retiring reps. 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert.
Scholarships
Dendel & HGA: 1998 Scholarship recipients. J. Ness. il 116(F98):18-20.
Scholarships available for 1999-2000. 115(Su98):insert; 116 (F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.
Seeking dedicated enthusiastic HGA representatives. 114(Sp98):insert;115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert; 117(W98/99):insert.
Shows
Bringing a point of view to the jurying process: Holly Hotchnerand Small Expressions. por 116(F98):29-30.
Call for entries for Small Expressions 1999. 116(F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.
HGA’s Small Expressions 1998. 116(F98):26-28.
Intensity: Basketry in depth. il 117(W98/99):3, 35-36.
Small Expressions 1999. 115(Su98):insert.
Slide and textile kit rentals. 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert.
Spinning and weaving week. 116(F98):insert.
Summary of HGA board meeting. 118(F98):insert.
Tapestry Visions Catalog. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert;116(F98):insert.
TLC
HGA announces TLC 1999. 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert.
New TLC Chair. 117(W98/99):insert.
TLC 1999. 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert.
Thanks - HGA award ribbons. 116(F98):insert.
Update. A. Bell. 114(Sp98):insert; 115(Su98):insert; 116(F98):insert;117(W98/99):insert.

HERNMARCK, Helena
The art is the cloth - Helena Hernmarck’s tapestries. M.Sidore. il bibl 114(Sp98):37-39.
Currency (detail). il 114(Sp98):3.
Helena Hernmarck receives 1998 Governor’s Art Award. 115(Su98):8.
Springtime (detail). il 114(Sp98): cover, 37-39.

HOBBS, Peggy
Lewis Knauss: Meditations on the Landscape. il bibl 117(W98/99):18-20.

HOTCHNER, Holly
ACM Director Holly Hotchner to speak at Convergence 98. 114(Sp98):7.
Bringing a point of view to the jurying process: Holly Hotchnerand Small Expressions. por 116(F98):29-30.

ICELANDIC SHEEP SOCIETY
Icelandic sheep in North America. 115(Su98):6.

INDONESIA
Indonesian batiks at Textile Museum. Fabric of Enchantment: Batikfrom the North Coast of Java. 117(W98/99):5.

JOHNSON, Jorie
Virtuoso! Prize winners. Photographed by S. A. Kuhn-Smith. 116(F98):cover.

JURYING
Bringing a point of view to the jurying process: Holly Hotchnerand Small Expressions. por 116(F98):29-30.

KANSAS CITY FIBER ART INSTITUTE
Textile schools and industry collaborate in Philadelphia. 115(Su98):6.

KIDS FIBER FUN CAMP
Kids knitting. M. Falick. il 115(Su98):53-54.
Quick takes...115(Su98):52.
Yarn spinning with words. V. Gadberry. il 115(Su98):50-52.

KNAUSS, Lewis
Lewis Knauss: Meditations on the Landscape. P. Hobbs. il bibl117(W98/99):18-20.

KNITTING
Kids knitting. M. Falick. il 115(Su98):53-54.

KRECKEL, Ann
Right from the start. il bibl res 116(F98):21-23.

LACE
Looking at lace. M. McNulty. il bibl 115(Su98):47-49.

LAWRENCE, Lee A.
ArtQuest. il 117(W98/99):41-43.
C. A. Michel: The circle of life. il por 116(F98):48-50.
John Skau in 3-D. il 115(Su98):32-34.
On the road to Convergence. il 114(Sp98):53-68.
Unforgettable Convergence 98. il 116(F98):37-40.
Walking on color: Lyn Sterling Montagne. il 117(W98/99):25-29.

McCLURE, Frances
HGA Board nominee. por bio 117(W98/99):insert.
Weaving in the land of Prester John. il bibl 117(W98/99):59-61.

McNULTY, Maureen
Looking at lace. il bibl 115(Su98):47-49.

MAFFEI, Susan Martin
Continuing Traditions: Tapestry on exhibit at Gail Martin Galleryin NY. il 116(F98):8.

MARCHANT, Catherine
Guildview. 114(Sp98):20-21; 115(Su98):21-22; 116(F98):16-17; 117(W98/99):16-17.

MARCY, Sue
Spinning llama. il bibl res web sites 115(Su98):43-45.

MARTIN, Donna
The Power of lightning. M. Sidore. il 115(Su98):26-27.

MERCK, Kim
Virtuoso! Prize winners. Photographed by S. A. Kuhn-Smith. 116(F98):cover.

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART
American Ingenuity at The Costume Institute of the MetropolitanMuseum of Art. 114(Sp98):6.

MONARCH DESIGN SYSTEMS
Monarch’s 2nd annual independent designer open house. 114(Sp98):7.

MONTAGNE, Lyn Sterling
Walking on color: Lyn Sterling Montagne. L. Lawrence. il por 117(W98/99):25-29.

MOORE, Widney
Mission Mill Museum: preserving our textile heritage. il 114(Sp98):42-43.

MUERDTER, Catharine
Virtuoso! Prize winners. Photographed by S. A. Kuhn-Smith. 116(F98):cover.

MUSEUMS
American Ingenuity at the Costume Institute of the MetropolitanMuseum of Art. 114(Sp98):6.
ArtQuest. L. Lawrence. il 117(W98/99):41-43.
Beadworks at Southeastern Ohio Cultural Arts Center. il 114(Sp98):5-6.
Contemporary Georgia Fiber Artists at the Georgia Museum of Art.il 115(Su98):6.
Exhibit of gowns and jewels of Ohio’s First Ladies at McKinleyMuseum. il 114(Sp98):6.
Gathering at the Mill: Focus on Color at Mission Mill Museum.114(Sp98):6.
Indonesian Batiks at Textile Museum. Fabric of enchantment: Batikfrom North Coast of Java. il 117(W98/99):5.
Major exhibition of printed fashion silks. All That Jazz: PrintedFashion Silks of the 20s and 30s. il 117(W98/99):7.
Mission Mill Museum: preserving our textile heritage. W. Moore.il 114(Sp98):42-43
Muse of the Millennium, Emerging Trends in Fiber Arts at the NordicMuseum. il 114(Sp98):5.
Objects of Our Time at the American Craft Museum. 115(Su98):8.
Paper + Finland = Art and Expressions in Wood from the WornickCollection at the American Craft Museum. 114(Sp98):7.
Recent textile acquisitions at the Art Institute of Chicago. il115(Su98):7-8.
Textiles - The Art Institute of Chicago. 114(Sp98):6.
The world of beads. il 115(Su98):7.
Urban textures: a celebration of weaving at the American CraftMuseum. 114(Sp98):7.

NATIONAL TEXTILE CENTER
Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science becomes partner inNTC. 115(Su98):7.

NEEDLEWORK
Textiles - The Art Institute of Chicago. 114(Sp98):6.

NEILSON, Rosalie
Braiding math and art: computers and weaving. il 115(Su98):56-58.

NESS, Judy
Dendel and HGA: 1998 scholarship recipients. il 116(F98):18-20.

NIEHUES, Leon
Leon Niehues: comfortable perfection. D. Paulson. il 114(Sp98):29-31.

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Non-profit incorporation. R. Brown. 115(Su98):16-17.

NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY
Exhibition of recent gifts and acquisitions at the Gallery ofArt & Design. 116(F98):7-8.

O’CONNOR, Paul
An introduction to four-shaft double weave. il bibl 117(W98/99):48-51.

OSHA
ACTS FACTS report. 115(Su98):8.

PECK, Nancy
HGA Board nominees. por bio 117(W98/99):insert.

PETRINI, Marcy
Right from the start. il bibl 117(W98/99):12-15.

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF TEXTILES& SCIENCE
Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science becomes partnerin National Textile Center. 115(Su98):7.
Textiles schools and industry collaborate in Philadelphia. 115(Su98):6.

PHILIPPINES
Colorful costumes and cloth from the Philippines on view in Washington,DC. il 116(F98):6.

POLAND
Different Voices: New art from Poland. il 116(F98):7.

POWELL, Loraine
Lincoln Longwool. il bibl resources 117(W98/99):45-47.

PRESTER JOHN
Weaving in the land of Prester John. F. McClure. il bibl 117(W98/99):59-61.

RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN
Ties that Bind at the Rhode Island School of Design. il 114(Sp98):6-7.

RISD - on the Road. il 117(W98/99):6-7.

ROSS, Gloria F.
Gloria F. Ross: 1923-1998. 116(F98):8.

ROSSBACH, Ed
Ties that Bind at the Rhode Island School of Design. il 114(Sp98):6-7.

ROSEN GROUP (BALTIMORE, MD.)
1998 Niche Award Winners announced. 115(Su98):7.
1999 Niche Awards Finalists for Fiber Announced. il 117(W98/99):6.

SS&D SHOPPER each issue

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
ACTS FACTS report. 115(Su98):8.

SAYRES, Meghan Nuttall
Brew me a rainbow. il bibl res 115(Su98):59-61.

SEARLE, Karen
Pick-up weaves. il bibl 117(W98/99):52-54.

SIDORE, Micala
The art is the cloth - Helena Hernmarck’s tapestries. ilbibl 114(Sp98):37-39.
Bringing a point of view to the jurying process: Holly Hotchnerand Small Expressions. por 116(F98):29-30.
The power of lightning - Donna Martin. il 115(Su98):26-27.

SILK
Major exhibition of printed fashion silks. All That Jazz: PrintedFashion Silks of the ‘20’s and ‘30’s. il 117(W98/99):7.

SKAU, John
ArtQuest. L. Lawrence. il 117(W98/99):41-43.
John Skau in 3-D. L. A. Lawrence. il 115(Su98):32-34.

SMITH, Betty
Right from the start. il bibl 115(Su98):14-15.

SOCIETY OF ARTS & CRAFTS
The Society of Arts & Crafts...setting the standard througha century. V. Suit. il 114(Sp98):34-36.

SOUTHWEST SCHOOL OF ART &CRAFT
Transformation: Grand opening exhibition for the Southwest Schoolof Art & Craft in San Antonio, TX. il 116(F98):8.

SPINNING
Fiber blends: wool, silk, and mohair. P. J. Vester. il bibl resources117(W98/99):55-57.
Icelandic sheep in North America. 115(Su98):6.
Lincoln Longwool. L. Powell. il bibl resources 117(W98/99):45-47.
Right from the start. A. Kreckel. il bibl res 116(F98):21-23.
Spinning angora. C. Huffman. il bibl res 115(Su98):35-37.
Spinning llama. S. Marcy. il bibl res web sites 115(Su98):43-45.

SUIT, Verna
The Society of Arts & Crafts...setting the standard througha century. il 114(Sp98):34-36.

SWARBRICK, Sandra
New Board appointment. por bio 117(W98/99):insert.

SWERKSTROM, Buz (see Karsky)

TANAKA, Chiyoko
Chiyoko Tanaka. C. Westfall. il 116(F98):51-53.

TAPESTRY
Archie Brennan tapestry lecture. 114(Sp98):7.
The art is the cloth - Helena Hernmarck’s tapestries. M.Sidore. il bibl 114(Sp98):37-39.
Bringing a point of view to the jurying process: Holly Hotchnerand Small Expressions. por 116(F98):29-30.
Continuing Traditions: Tapestry on exhibit at Gail Martin Galleryin NY. il 116(F98):8.
Harmony: Interpretations of Nature in Contemporary Tapestry. il117(W98/99):32-34.
The power of lightning. M. Sidore. il 115(Su98):26-27.

TEACHING
The teaching circuit: part V - taking care of business. 115(Su98):29-30.

TEXTILE DESIGN CENTER
Mission Mill Museum: preserving our textile heritage. W. Moore.il 114(Sp98):42-43.

TEXTILE MUSEUM
Colorful costumes and cloth from the Philippines on view in Washington,DC. il 116(F98):6.
Indonesian Batiks at Textile Museum. Fabric of enchantment: Batikfrom the North Coast of Java. il 117(W98/99):5.

TEXTILES
Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science becomes partner inNational Textile Center. 115(Su98):7.
Recent textile acquisitions at the Art Institute of Chicago. il115(Su98):7-8.

TOTTEN, Dianne
And in closing. il bibl 114(Sp98):32-33.

VESTER, Paula J.
Fiber blends: wool, silk and mohair. il bibl resources 117(W98/99):55-57.

WEAVING
Chiyoko Tanaka. C. Westfall. il por 116(F98):51-53.
An introduction to four-shaft double weave. P. O’Connor.il bibl 117(W98/99):48-51.
Pick-up weaves. K. Searle. il bibl 117(W98/99):52-54.
The power of lightning. M. Sidore. il 115(Su98):26-27.
Profiles: a creative tool. A. Kreckel. il bibl 115(Su98):39-41.
Right from the start. B. H. Smith. il bibl 115(Su98):14-15.
Right from the start. M. Petrini. il bibl 117(W98/99):12-15.
Subharnessing color substitutions made easy. il 115(Su98):24-25.
Ties that Bind at the Rhode Island School of Design. il 114(Sp98):6-7.
Urban textures: a celebration of weaving at the American CraftMuseum. 114(Sp98):7.
Virtuso! Goes to great lengths at Convergence 98. S. Bowles. il116(F98):33-36.
Weaving in the land of Prester John. il bibl 117(W98/99):59-61.

WESTFALL, Carol
Chiyoko Tanaka. il por 116(F98):51-53.

WESTPHAL, Katherine
Ties that Bind at the Rhode Island School of Design. il 114(Sp98):6-7.

WOOL
Lincoln Longwool. L. Powell. il bibl resources 117(W98/99):45-47.

ZAWISTOSKI, Patsy Sue
The teaching circuit: part V - taking care of business. 115(Su98):29-30.