eTextile Spring Break is a weeklong gathering of eTextile and electronic craft practitioners in upstate New York at the Wassaic Project from April 1-8, 2018.

The call for applications is currently closed. To receive updates and news on future eTextile Spring Break events, please sign up for our mailing list here.

eTextile Spring Break Organization Team
Sasha de Koninck //Workshops
Lara Grant //Exhibition, travel logistics
Nicole Messier //Materials
Liza Stark //Application, theme, focus groups

For questions, please email info@etextilespringbreak.org

eTextile Spring Break is a sister event of eTextile Summer Camp held at les Moulins de Paillard in Ponce-sur-le-Loir, France.

Make your own eTextile tools pop-up workshop by Irene Posch. eTextile Summer Camp, 2017
Participants prepping a meal. eTextile Summer Camp, 2017
Focus groups working on their chosen focused topics. eTextile Summer Camp, 2015
Wicked fabrics flag. The term wicked fabrics can mean several things. One of which is to recognize the wickedness of the materials used in the eTextile practice, in the good and bad sense of the word. What does wicked fabrics mean to you? eTextile Summer Camp, 2017
Giulia Tomasello showing Ponce-sur-le-Loir locals materials as part of the exhibit at eTextile Summer Camp, 2017.
Knitting station.
Presentation by the Wicked Futures focus group. eTextile Summer Camp, 2017
Panel led group discussion on sustainability. eTextile Summer Camp, 2017
eTextile connectors made by students in workshop led by Rachel Freire and Lara Grant. eTextile Summer Camp, 2017
Members choose the Soft Resistance focus group after a collective brainstorm of what “soft resistance” means.