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TAASA Textile Study Group, Sydney

Since its inception in 1994, the Textile Study Group, Sydney has provided members with a regular forum to study and appreciate all aspects of Asian textiles and adornment.

Meetings take place in a relaxed and social environment, where members enjoy presentations from either international & national experts or from within the group, as all are encouraged to research & present their own textile passions.

For more information, contact Margaret White at margaret.artmoves@gmail.com.

Upcoming Events

Chinese Wayang (Opera) in Singapore with Jeffrey Say & Laura Yung

Tue, May 11, 2021

Hear a brief history of Chinese Opera, its structure and development in Singapore with a focus on the amazing costumes and the language of embroidery.

TAASA Ceramics Study Group, Sydney

The TAASA Ceramics Study Group, Sydney offers members the opportunity for serious, in depth study of ceramics from all parts of Asia. The group aims to provide a convivial meeting point for collectors, curators and anyone interested in Asian ceramics and its place in the culture of Asia, as well as in contemporary ceramics that follow Asian ceramic traditions.

For more information, contact Margaret White at margaret.artmoves@gmail.com.

Upcoming Events

Acquisition Stories

Tue, May 4, 2021

One of the joys of collecting are the stories behind the pieces in our collections. The Ceramic Study Group committee invites members to share one acquisition story with others at a CSG Zoom event.

QLD Textile Interest Group

Collectors, conservators, academics and curators gather three times a year to focus on aspects of the vast and colourful world of Asian textiles.

For more information, contact Mandy Ridley at taasa.qld@gmail.com.

The next Study Group event will be advised shortly

QLD Ceramics Interest Group

The Brisbane based Ceramics Interest Group regularly meets in a member’s home for a light meal followed by a handling session concentrating on one or more aspects of contemporary and historical Asian ceramics.

For more information, contact James MacKean at taasa.qld@gmail.com.

The next Study Group event will be advised shortly