All Events

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SAQA's annual conference is an opportunity for our members to gather together, to network and socialize, to attend informative talks and presentations. Our 2022 conference is virtual - no travel required!
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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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GW Art History Professor Cristin McKnight Sethi invited a group of artists in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan to create new textiles inspired by artworks in The Textile Museum Collection — with stunning results. Handmade presents these new works alongside their...
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Material Evidence and Traces An exhibition of new work, Traces, 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 adventurous...
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Today’s quiltmakers are finding ways to reimagine what a quilt can look like. They employ bold colors, large areas of negative space, improvisational piecing, asymmetry, and unexpected visual juxtapositions to construct novel, fresh, Modern quilts. The Modern Quilt Movement and...
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At a simple level, Migration introduces visitors to the wonder of America’s sandhill cranes; at a deeper level, to connect people with the challenges facing cranes and other natural wonders in an era of climate change and habitat destruction. Each...
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After years of fermentation, three once separate parts of Andrea's life, macro-photography, quilting, and botany; now come together in her textile art. Once a traditional flat quilter her work now rises from the surface to taunt the viewer to reach...
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Contemporary quilts from the John M. Walsh III Collection. More Info
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This annual exhibition showcases the diverse talents of the members of the Hunterdon Art Museum. The artists work in an array of media including photography, sculpture, fiber, glass, printmaking, oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastel, pencil, and collage. Reception: September 26, 2021...
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Terrie Mangat is an international quiltmaker focused on creating expressive, contemporary work. Though trained as a printmaker and having worked as a potter, Mangat has made art with fabric and quilts for nearly 50 years, and is credited with starting...
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The Hopi people of northeast Arizona live in 12 villages dotted across what are referred to as First Mesa, Second Mesa, and Third Mesa. They have a long history of producing beautiful cotton and wool blankets, robes, belts, and ceremonial...
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Weather or Not is a group show composed of 43 individual contemporary fiber art pieces from artists living in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Texas. The exhibition is a New Mexico regional show but artists who have New Mexico as...
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Oregon Region
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Developed in the northern part of Japan as a way of using and re-using scraps of fabric, Boro is the method of layering of pieces of fabric over other fabric, using sashiko to reinforce and patch garments and other household...
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As a textile artist, Valerie chooses to express herself using dye, fabric markers, discharging agents, textile paint and a host of wet materials.In her Roots and Refuge Series, Valerie encourages one to consider roots as metaphors. Roots, like people, are...
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Fiber artists from the 4 Corners area have come together to interpret different themes. Each artist's own point of view is showcased in Fractures and Fissures, Heat, Bright Sky Dark Sky, and Whimsey. Diana Fox - Ring of Fire More...
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Beauty surrounds us. It is within us and all around us, from the smallest particle to the entire universe. Beauty is seen and unseen, spoken and unspoken. In the spirit and in the mind. Reception: December 12, 2022 from 1...
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CraftForms 2021, the 26th International Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Fine Craft showcasing works in basketry, ceramics, decorative fiber, furniture, glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, paper, wearable art, and wood. Niraja Lorenz - Edge of Chaos See Online Exhibition Here
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American Portraits: The Family Farm, fiber artist Patty Kennedy-Zafred’s solo exhibition, speaks to the rich history of American family farming and its rapid decline in modern time. Kennedy-Zafred aims to evoke memories and history by bringing unique stories to life...

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