NANthology is the quarterly newsletter of the National Academy of Needleart. Every issue contains a message from the Director of Education, information about our programs, updates about Assembly and The Exemplary, and interesting articles about aspects of the needle arts.
Winter 2010: An Artist’s Statement…but
Winter 2009: One Step After Another
Fall 2008: The Exemplary
Spring 2007: Why Get Certified?
Autumn 2006: Original
Summer 2006: Creative Block: What is it and How Do I Get Past It?
Book Review: A Perfect Red: Empire, Espionage, and the Quest for the Color of Desire by Amy Butler Greenfield
Spring 2006: Selecting a Scissors
Winter 2006: Honors
Packing The Light Fantastic
Book Review: Preserving Textiles: A Guide for the Nonspecialist
Autumn 2005: We May have to Make a Substitution
Book Review: Learning to Listen, Learning to Teach: the power of dialogue in educating adults by Jane Vella
Summer 2005: Parsing the Artist’s Statement
Spring 2005: Mary K. Campbell’s Master Judge Research: Judging Bobbin Lace
Book Review: Threads of Light–Chinese Embroidery from Suzhou and the Photography of Robert Glen Ketchum
Winter 2005: Book Review: Color: A Course In Mastering The Art Of Mixing Colors
Summer 2004: What is technique, and why are we so worried about it?
Book Review: Teaching Needlecraft, A Handbook for the Beginning Instructor by Rosemary Cornelius, Peg Doffek and Sue Hardy
Spring 2004: Embroideries in a Cornfield?
Winter 2004: You Can Say that Again
Fall 2001: Book Reviews: Color Play by Joen Wolfrom and Learning to Listen, Learning to Teach: the Power of Dialogue in Educating by Jane Vella
Summer 1999: From a Judge’s Journal
Collections on Loan, Part I
Book Reviews: Colour on Paper and Fabric: A Wealth of Techniques for Applying Colour by Ruth Issett
Fabulous Fabrics of the 50’s (And Other Terrific Textiles of the 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s) by Gideon Bosken, Michele Mancici & John Gramstad
Spring 1999: From Timid to Intrepid: All It Takes is Practice
The Home of the NAN Collection
Book Review: Creative Embroidery Techniques Using Color Through Gold by Daphne J. Ashby & Jackie Woolsey