Jack Brockette
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Dallas, Texas USA
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Fiber Artist - Educator - MA Rhode Island School of Design
Taught K-12, College Fibers, Weaving, Silk Screen beginning through Graduate School
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At 6:24am on June 28, 2012, Brigitte Martin said…
Hello Jack,

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