European Textile Network (ETN)
Réseau européen du textile (RET)
Europäisches Textil-Netzwerk (ETN)
1993, under the auspices of D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE), as its cultural itineraries carrier network for textiles. Initiated Feb 1990. Statutes adopted 4 Apr 1993, Strasbourg (France). Previously also referred to in German as Europäisches Netzwerk für Textil (ENT).
Develop European cooperation to intensify textile cultural interchanges, accentuate regional identities and strengthen the idea of Europe; promote East-West integration within all fields of activities; develop common interests and cooperating experiences for the cooperation with partners outside Europe by: interlacing existing local and regional activities in order to make their supra-regionally relevant significance accessible; developing joint European projects focusing on themes, methods and publicity; completing a central documentation and information service with decentralized basic data registers to improve professional cooperation of member institutions.
Events2022-11-03 | Lódz, Poland – Conference
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General Assembly. Administrative Council. Executive Bureau, consisting of President, Secretary-General and Treasurer. Working Groups include: K-XE4389 - Textile Education and Research in Europe (TEXERE).
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