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Welcome to the Portland TextileX Month

New Traditions Festival!

After two and a half short years and three successful iterations of Portland Textile Month with you all, this October we are reaching further to broaden participation, diversify perspectives, and increase our reach to include other cities and textile communities throughout the world as Portland TextileX Month.

As we think about New Traditions, we’re considering the questions that shape this contemporary moment and its broad implications. 
 
In this moment of rapid transformation what traditions do we preserve and build upon and what do we rethink and rebuild anew? 
 
How can we transform our textile practices, collections, materials, businesses, institutions, and educational systems to serve a more inclusive, equitable, sustainable, and connected purpose
 
What is the future we want to weave and how do we build it together? 
 
Our continued goal for next year’s festival is to engage, share ideas, histories, knowledge, experiences, and practices across myriad cultures, viewpoints, and generations. We are excited to explore this topic with you and see what New Traditions we can create together.

Textile eXchange

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Multi-Day Event:

9.30

10.30

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Exhibit, Exhibit Window, Lecture/talk | Free

Threaded Rituals

Adriene Cruz offers a mini altar installation honoring her love of cross-cultural needlework.

Thursday, September 30 Saturday, October 30

greenHAUS Gallery

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Date of Event:

10.7

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Virtual Lecture | Free

Divining Color: An Interview with Leatrice Eiseman of the Pantone Color Institute

Learn about the science behind the color trends that impact our world in an interview with Leatrice Eiseman.

Thursday, October 7 6:30pm-8:00pm

Multi-Day Event:

10.14

10.31

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Exhibit | Free

Pink, Purple, Polka-Dotted

Joined by a live dance on opening night, Pink, Purple, Polka-dotted is a colorful installation that challenges racial ideologies.

Thursday, October 14 Sunday, October 31

The Pittock Building

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