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Open to SAQA (KS/MO/OK (Kansas, Missouri or Oklahoma) region members only.
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Throughout the Denver Art Museum’s history, textile arts have played a fundamental role in the development of its collecting philosophies and exhibition programs. The first textile entered the museum almost one hundred years ago, and since that time, textile arts...
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Rainforests are host to beautiful and diverse forms of life. People are rapidly destroying these delicate ecosystems, leading to extinction of species. The possible benefits at risk may include cures for illnesses that plague humanity. Step softly on the Earth...
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COLOR IMPROVISATIONS 3 is a new, large major exhibition of 42 contemporary quilts curated by Nancy Crow March 16-September 22, 2024 Grand opening: March 15, 2024 Tuch+Technik Textile Museum | Neumunster, Germany This special exhibition will travel to other venues...
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From amphibians to apex predators, celebrate wild animals in their natural environments. This exhibition showcases birds, fish, mammals, and reptiles doing what comes naturally. Go WILD! More Details
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Cryptography is the science or study of the techniques of secret writing, especially code and cipher systems, methods, and the like. The artists have left secret messages in their work. More Info
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A diverse group of artists from 11 countries around the world present their views of the universe in this fascinating collection of contemporary artwork.
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In this exhibition, Victoria Findlay Wolfe employs some of the basic shapes often seen in patchwork while breaking down design principles, showing the evolution of her process on ideas. The result is a bold and beautiful work that Findlay Wolfe...
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The beauty of the desert is powerful, dynamic, and sometimes scary! Sharp thorns, stingers, and other spiked adaptations abound in the desert Southwest. More Info
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Our known world stretches far beyond what we can see with the unaided eye. Microscopes, magnifying glasses, and virtual imaging techniques reveal a world of great beauty and complexity. That world contains the smallest particles, tiniest organisms, smallest landscape, or...
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“Uncontained: Reimagining Basketry,” curated by Carol Eckert. This groundbreaking exhibition features 14 contemporary artists who challenge and reimagine traditional basketry. Their works range from large-scale installations to intimate vessels, made with materials like metal, clay, seaweed, wood, reed, and repurposed...
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Instructed by Teresa Duryea Wong 8 Week Online Zoom Class May 28 - July 16 Tuesdays 7pm - 8:30pm Discover the history of quilting in the U.S. in this eight week course studying the quilt’s evolution from a functional object...
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Layers is an Art Cloth Network annual juried exhibition of quilts, textiles, and mixed media artwork. Reception: May 31 from 4-7pm More Info
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Chicago Modern Quilt Guild is proud to present an art exhibition showcasing the work of their talented and creative members. These unique art pieces/quilts are sure to leave a lasting impression on viewers with their diverse artistic styles. The “Take...
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How do we balance humanity's needs and desires against preserving our planet for future generations? This question is at the heart of Sustainability, which addresses some of today's most pressing environmental issues, such as the effect of plastic pollution on...
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Sacred Threads is an exhibition of quilts exploring themes of joy, inspiration, spirituality, healing, grief and peace/brotherhood. This biennial exhibition was established to provide a safe venue for quilters who see their work as a connection to the sacred and/or...
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On view at Gravers Lane Gallery: Sasha Baskin's "Mythos". first one person exhibition May 24 - July 15, 2024. Baskin holds a BFA from Maryland Institute of Art and an MFA in Material Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University. Baskin's work...
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Free Your Mind, a public social justice art endeavor, aims to gather and showcase personal narratives of microaggressions, offering a cathartic release. Participants inscribe their experiences onto ribbons, which are then tied to a net, symbolizing liberation. The evolving installation...
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Join The Griot Museum of Black History as they debut the St. Louis premiere of Lift Every Voice, an exhibition featuring 15 hooked rugs inspired by Elizabeth Catlett's 1947 series I Am the Black Woman! These works of textile art...