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NIADA 2013 50th Anniversary location: San Francisco, California
With great excitement NIADA celebrates our 50th Anniversary by holding the 2013 Conference in San Francisco, California. The NIADA Annual Conferences always an exciting event sharing knowledge of the art of the doll through master classes, presenting programs, visiting artists critiques, The NIADA Gallery, and the Annual Show and Sale and much more. Continue reading
Ronnie Burkett Theatre of Marionettes “Penny Plain” NIADA artist, Ronnie Burkett, profoundly missed by his NIADA pals and fans during
the several years his World-Class-Puppetmaster career has kept him too busy to make it to our conferences, was found to be alive and well and in top form when fellow artists Shelley Thornton and Heather Maciak and NIADA patrons Lynne and Gene Olson journeyed to Vancouver, British Columbia on December 8th, 2011 to see Ronnie’s new theatrical extravaganza, “Penny Plain”, a dark yet humorous tale of the end of mankind. Continue reading
The NIADA Foundation teaches and mentors emerging doll artists. All proceeds go to The Foundation Scholarship Fund. Continue reading
Maggie Iacono has been named the recipient of the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award by DOLLS magazine. CONGRATULATIONS Maggie!!
LISA LICHTENFELS “Realism in Fabric”
April 1st~April 30th, 2011
236 West 27th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10001 (212) 966-3864.
Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10am to 6pm
http://www.cfmgallery.com/Lisa-Lichtenfels/Lichtenfels2011.htm Continue reading
Event Details Friday, March 18 – Saturday, March 19 2 Day Workshop: Creatures in Clay and Knitted wire 9:00 pm – 5:00 pm Barbi-Kantor Goldenberg’s Studio, 5 Winding Wood Road N, Rye Brook, NY 10573 (MAP) Starting from a simple … Continue reading
Seoul Doll Fair 2010
December 24th, 2010~January 1st, 2011
The largest doll event in Korea revolves around organization for artists,
doll club, toy manufacturing companies, and invited doll artists.
Dolls made by Moonyoung Jeong are introduced as ‘Chorok Doll’ Continue reading
Floyd Bell’s new “Theme dolls” were introduced at the Petaluma Arts Center Doll exhibit in California this past August. Theme dolls represent popular holidays as well as Autism, Aids awareness and other popular events. Theme Dolls are cast in resin from molds of Floyd’s wooden original dolls. 6 1/2″ tall with molded hair or braids. Continue reading
Etsy Store: Bunting Babies
by Annie Wahl
I’ve opened an Etsy store to sell Bunting Babies and other small items.
I made these little Bunting Babies for over 20 years. The early babies were all dressed in bunting suits. They were so much fun to make that I decided to individualize them into little ornaments for many different seasons. They are wonderful to collect or give away for gifts. Continue reading