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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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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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The 2021 Grand National Fibre Art Exhibition is a stunning display of fibre art from across Canada that explores the concept of what it means to take one's 'Crossroads'. The show will travel throughout Canada over the next 2 years...
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Material Evidence and Traces An exhibition of new work, Material Evidence, by Quilt Art starting in 2019 in the UK. It will then be touring and the schedule will be updated as we arrange new venues. This exhibition celebrates the...
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The nature of this installation allows for only a limited number of visitors at a time. Advance tickets strongly encouraged. Guidelines & tickets below. The Museum’s summer series of grand-scale, immersive exhibitions continues with SunForceOceanLife. This major commission by renowned...
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South Asia is rich in quiltmaking traditions. Women have made quilts in this region for centuries and have used them in a multitude of ways: as bed covers, seating mats, tent panels, and dowry items. Varying techniques, color palettes, and...
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Call for Entry Deadline:
SAQA Michigan members
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Colour with a U is a juried exhibition of 35 art quilts created by Canadian SAQA members. In Canada, we spell colour with a “u”. We care about the “u”, it makes us unique. We care about the “you”, it...
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Call for Entry Deadline:
Open to SAQA Northern California/Northern Nevada region members
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"My involvement with the cyanotype process began in the summer of 2014 while I was teaching a collage workshop at Anderson Ranch in Snowmass Village, Colorado. A fellow instructor working in the next studio incorporated cyanotype into her experimental drawing...
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A juried exhibition for NAWA (National Association of Women Artists) members and non-members. Virtual Reception: July 22, 2021 from 5 - 6:30pm - a link to join the virtual reception will be posted on the NAWA website. Patricia Turner -...
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This exhibition, curated by Carolyn Mazloomi, features 42 quilts from We Are the Story: A Visual Response to Racism. The exhibition is co-sponsored by the Women of Color Quilters Network and the Textile Center of Minneapolis. The 250 page color...
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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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Each year, over a hundred artworks adorn the walls of Textile Center’s galleries (this year, more than 130!) in an exhibition that is as diverse in technique as it is prolific in scope. Techniques include stitching, quilting, knitting, crochet, sewing...
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Both traditional arts such as quilting, sewing, embroidery, appliqué and weaving and such contemporary techniques as fabric dyeing, painting, printing, collage, beading, and felting are seen in the 58 two- and three-dimensional pieces displayed by 24 members of the Surface...
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Juried exhibition for Western New York artists featuring fiber, wood, glass, and clay. Karen Hull Sienk - Lilies More Info
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The City of Pembroke Pines and Frank C. Ortis Art Gallery present Warp & Weft, an exhibition showcasing contemporary fiber techniques and works of diverse media that engage rich textile traditions. From saturated tapestries woven from paper to paintings inspired...
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Expressive Liberations features art from The San Diego People of Color Quilt Guild (SDPoCQG). The works celebrate the opportunities presented by the pandemic. As the Guild explains, “While the pandemic and Stay-At-Home Orders fostered concerns for our own safety, the...
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Stitching takes center stage as Paula Kovarik manipulates old and new quilts into new compositions. Toys, masks and quilts are detailed with her quirky, dense free-motion quilting. Paula Kovarik - Morph More Info
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