Susan Brandeis is Distinguished Professor Emerita at North Carolina State University’s College of Design and is a member of the university’s Academy of Outstanding Teachers. She holds graduate degrees in both art education and textile art and is a studio artist who has been making, exhibiting, teaching, and writing about textile art and design for over 40 years. She founded the Southeast Fibers Educators Association. Her work has been pictured in leading publications in the field and exhibited throughout the United States; in Canada, Great Britain, Japan, Finland, South Korea, Colombia, the Netherlands, and the Philippines; and at the Textile Museum in Washington, DC, and the International Biennial of Tapestry in Lausanne, Switzerland. She is represented in numerous private and public collections, including the Smithsonian Institution’s Renwick Gallery. She is also the author of the surface design books The Cumulative Cloth: Wet Techniques and The Cumulative Cloth: Dry Techniques.

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