Posts Tagged ‘joe coca’

Mar 22

Amina Yabis, More Than A Moroccan Button Maker

Amina Yabis is a grassroots feminist button maker. She went from being a Moroccan housewife to founding and leading an organization helping thousands of women and girls to gain education and a voice through traditional Moroccan textile crafts. ClothRoads first interviewed and wrote about Amina in 2012. We had the→ Read more

Aug 03

The Road to Secrets

Three years ago this fall I was in Oaxaca, getting ready to do a field trip with Eric Mindling for his book, Oaxaca Stories in Cloth. During the few days before we were scheduled to hit the road for the back country, the Museo Textil de Oaxaca, a wonderful institution→ Read more

Jan 07

Textile Travel Wanderlust

Today’s mail arrived including a handful of travel catalogues. I do a quick flip through the pages to see if any of them include distant journeys with a remote chance of meeting textile artisans. I flag ones that may and put them aside to return to after finishing this blog.→ Read more

Dec 05

Joe Coca Photography Exhibit and ClothRoads Trunk Show

Opening Reception and Trunk Show at Joe Coca Studio, Friday, December 5, 2014  5pm – 9pm→ Read more

Dec 06

Joe Coca Photography & ClothRoads Host Holiday Open House

Hand Knitted Peruvian Hats for Kids & Adults Alpaca Bags from Center for Traditional Textiles Cusco Hand Knitted Mittens from Estonia Contemporary Peruvian weavings are a ClothRoads specialty. Don’t miss this opportunity to shop for artisan textiles and accessories from around the world when ClothRoads joins Joe Coca Photography for→ Read more

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