Textile Arts

Weave a Real Peace (WARP) is an international networking organization based in the United States. WARP offers a forum for those who strive to support long-standing textile traditions as a means for cultural preservation and economic development by fostering a global network of textile enthusiasts, artisans, academics, wholesalers, retailers, tour operators, designers, teachers, and other interested supporters. (weavearealpeace.org)

ClothRoads:  Support the beauty, skill, and textile legacies of indigenous textile artisans, by creating new market opportunities for these artisans and cultures with a fair and sustainable commerce model while using the company's publishing skills to educate, inform, and foster textile appreciation. (www.clothroads.com)

The Textile Society of America, Inc. provides an international forum for the exchange and dissemination of information about textiles worldwide, from artistic, cultural, economic, historic, political, social, and technical perspectives. (textilesocietyofamerica.org)

Joe Coca Photography: Joe Coca, a renowned textile and commercial photographer, known in the textile arts community for his work with Interweave Press, including several books on indigenous artisans in Peru and Guatemala that feature his photographs. (joecocaphotography.com)

Charlee Brodsky, an award winning fine art documentary photographer and a professor of photography at Carnegie Mellon University, deals with social issues and beauty. She has published several books featuring her photographs. (charleebrodsky.com)