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|Date of Interview:||November 17, 2009|
|Location of Interview:||Stephanie Zollinger's Office University of Minnesota,
St. Paul, Minnesota
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Lotus Stack grew up in California. She has a Studio Art degree in Ceramics with a Minor in History from San Francisco State University. Stack later moved to Minnesota and taught at the Weavers Guild. She began her career as an intern at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts working her way up to Curator of Textiles. While working at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Stack was instrumental in bringing the Jack Lenor Larsen archive to Minneapolis. Stack is a former president of The Textile Society of America.
Stack talks about Jack Lenor Larsen’s first fabric donation to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Jack Lenor Larsen as innovator; Jack Lenor Larsen’s contribution to the field; Jack Lenor Larsen as the public relations man; the struggle to save the Jack Lenor Larsen Incorporated company archive; bringing the archive to Minneapolis; the cataloguing process; and Jack Lenor Larsen’s lasting influence.
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