The exhibit experience

December 1st, 2021

A public arts installation by artist John Ensor Parker in Washington, D.C., used Dazian Celtic Cloth Heavyweight fabric as a wrap for a 12-foot cube. Projectors mounted to the inside of the structure threw the images onto the back of the fabric. Photo: Bryan Dodson/Dazian LLC. It remains a fact that it’s still too soon […]

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Perfecting sound with acoustical fabrics

February 1st, 2020

Fabric applications create acoustic environments that control sound, allowing the featured entertainment to be clearly heard.  by Sigrid Tournquist Fabric plays a critical role in sound control. On the most basic level, hard surfaces send sound bouncing around a room, while soft surfaces absorb sound and soften the impact on listening ears. For environments designed […]

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Winning Fabric Art Entries, 2017 International Achievement Awards

August 1st, 2018

AWARD OF EXCELLENCE Aquatic art Transformit | Gorham, Maine “Aqua Vibrant” is an 85-foot by 15-foot fabric sculpture installed in the Academic Commons, a lounge that connects two classroom buildings at Lakes Region Community College in Laconia, N. H. The hand-painted graphics and transparent quality of the mesh celebrates and takes inspiration from nearby Lake […]

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