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This exhibition spans three galleries and dives into the history of photography, contemporary artists experimentations with it, and the influence and success of artwork reproducibility in the late 1900s. With installations, historic photographs, and masterpieces, this exhibition has something for...
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The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester Virginia presents “Rock Paper Scissors” by New Image, a group of active studio artists from Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC, who work primarily with cloth, paper, and alternative materials. Inspired by the...
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Call for Entry Deadline:
Showcase - Open to SAQA members in the Europe/Middle East Region
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The Korean dictionary has over 1 million words, English, around 520,000 and Chinese, around 370,000. In Viewpoints 9's fourth series: Word!, V9 artists creatively respond to Home, Possibility, Line and 6 other words selected by their fellow artists. The emerging...
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What do you see when you look in the mirror? In this digital age, we cannot escape our own images, whether taken as a selfie or found on social media. Does our image reflect our individual identity or do we...
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This exhibition celebrates the recent gift of 22 pieces of Erickson’s cloth sculpture work to the MAM Collection and provides an expansive overview of the artist’s career. Nancy Erickson is one of Montana’s most treasured living artists. She was born...
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This show explores different surfaces in different mediums. There is one sculptor (Michelle Park), two painters (Dana Mono-Flank and Kate Jackson), and one textile artist (Denise Oyama Miller). Denise Oyama Miller - Skagit Valley More Details
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Crafting America, a new exhibition developed by Crystal Bridges, celebrates the skill and individuality of craft within the broad context of American art. From jewelry to furniture to sculptures and more, this exhibition is dazzling and full of surprises. Featuring...
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The Pandemic was top-of-mind for most of 2020 but 2020 was also a devastating year for gun violence. And once again, communities of color bore a disproportionate burden of the violence. At the same time, gun sales surged in 2020...
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You studied history. Celebrate HERstory. Throughout history women struggled to have a voice and we got it in the USA in 1920, the right to vote. Let’s celebrate the amazing things that women everywhere have accomplished since then. We all...
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Words are powerful! Words can inspire! Words are windows into the world. In recent years, Textile Artists of Virginia (TAVA) enthusiastically delved into the semantics of words, that is: their meanings, usage, clichés, and contexts. The exhibit presents each artist’s...
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Each month, this 2-hour workshop will address a color scheme, color theory, and a composition/design concept. Lea McComas will present useful information, examples to illustrate the concepts, and suggested activities for further exploration. Sessions are designed so that participants can...
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A touring exhibition of the original bas-relief embroidered illustrations by Salley Mavor for her new picture book, MY BED: Enchanting Ways to Fall Asleep around the World. Salley Mavor - My Bed More Details
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This year, Quilters Anonymous guild is taking its show virtual, with more than 400 entries ranging from art/innovative quilts to traditional pieced and applique quilts, wearables, antique quilts, challenges and more. We will have several video demonstrations and a Merchant...
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Call for Entry Deadline:
SAQA Atlantic Canada region members only
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4 Common Corners is a group of thirteen fiber artists drawn together by a shared sense of place and culture. In the United States there is only one place where you can stand in four states at one time. The...
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Throughout history people have been forced to flee from their homes for their own safety and survival due to war, oppression, natural disasters, and atrocious human rights violations.
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In Gallery III, we’ll showcase 17 stunning art quilts in Natural Wonders from The Frank Klein Collection. A Texas rancher and prize-winning nature photographer, Frank has a special eye for artwork featuring themes of living things, as evidenced by these...
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An international juried exhibition featuring 63 quilts, Racism: In the Face of Hate We Resist builds on these narratives by sharing the stories of resistance and fortitude that have been integral to the survival of Black people in America. During...
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Metamorphosis generates transformative change in shape, nature, or structure. Animals physically develop and change from birth to maturity.

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