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As Project Curator History, I am currently researching stories of the people and places that make up Auckland, bringing to light some of the hidden moments from our city’s history. I am particularly interested in collecting objects that reflect contemporary life in Auckland – where people eat, work, and socialise. In addition to this work, I have a broad knowledge of textiles and fashion with a focus on print and pattern-making techniques.
I am interested in how social history can be read through textiles, and what they reveal about the attitudes and values of an era. My research style includes learning-through-doing, and I have experimented with screenprinting, dressmaking, shibori dyeing, linocut printing, stencilling, quilting, needlework and jewellery making.
Pont, D. D., Groufsky, J., & Dix, K. (2018). A Certain Style: Bruce Papas. Auckland: Published by the New Zealand Fashion Museum in collaboration with Auckland War Memorial Museum
Groufsky, Jane, “A Local Motif; use of kōwhaiwhai patterns in printed textiles”. The Social Fabric: Deep Local to Pan Global. Textile Society of America's 16th Biennial Symposium. Vancouver, BC, Canada; September 19 – 23, 2018.
Groufsky, Jane, "A visit to TÜR Studio", Garland Magazine, Issue #9. First published 5 December 2017. http://garlandmag.com/article/a-visit-to-tur-studio/
Groufsky, Jane, “Threads of Inheritance: Areez Katki at Malcolm Smith Gallery”, The Pantograph Punch. First published 29 March 2019.
On Saturday 21 January 2017, over 1000 Aucklanders came together to march in support of the Women’s March on Washington, forming part of a global protest that drew in millions.
For more than forty years Bruce Papas sketched, draped and constructed elegant suits and dresses for a fashion conscious local audience.
As the oldest contemporary jewellery gallery in New Zealand, Fingers Gallery has been a landmark establishment of the Auckland studio craft scene for over 40 years.
As one of New Zealand’s foremost textile designers, Ingrid Anderson’s bold and colourful designs can be found in homes and businesses throughout the country.