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Creative Reuse with The Fabric Workshop and Museum Family Programs!

On Friday, June 29th, teens used reclaimed materials from The Resource Exchange for The Fabric Workshop and Museum’s Teen Program: Feeling Free! A patch making activity inspired by Ursula von Rydingsvard’s collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, PODERWAĆ, 2017, a monumental-sized leather motorcycle jacket. Photos from the workshop by Carlos Avendaño. We’re thrilled that the art and craft supplies that we diverted from landfill are being reused by such a great arts and education organization. FWM will continue promoting creative reuse in their educational programs by supplying workshop participants with reclaimed materials from our store during their next workshop too! Is your family … Continue reading

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Greek Street Food Truck silk screening

Remember seeing all those silk screening supplies in the store recently? Well, Robin and Christina bought the reclaimed silk screening supplies to make their own shirts for their food truck business, Greek Street Food Truck. They taught themselves how to silk screen and are experimenting with the designs and equipment they found here at the re!

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Silkscreened fabric remnant wall hanging

re•created by Laura Semmelroth, this beautiful wall hanging was made from silkscreened fabric remnants The Resource Exchange salvaged from the deinstallation of the recent Miss Rockaway Armada exhibit.

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