Many of our calendar events are printed with permisson from
The Art Deadlines List
Please visit their site for many more art-related opportunities!
Keep up with the most current Calls for Entry on Michelle Verbeeck's excellent Call for Art page.
If you would like to add an entry to this page, please email email@example.com with your info and we'll post it as quickly as possible.
READERS NOTE: Events are listed as accurately as possible. We recommend calling to verify an exhibit before planning to attend, as last minute changes would invalidate listings. When writing for information or requesting entry information, always include a business-sized SASE (note below if additional postage required) for reply. Read prospectus carefully for details. To list your event on the Quiltart calendar, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE GUILD- FREE LISTINGS for qualified artists working in public and liturgical art in the resource directories of The Guild. To request a listing call 800/969-1556. The Guild, 931 E Main St #106, Madison, WI 53703-2955.
MADISON ART CENTER. Just north of Nashville, TN, center has working studios for artists available, 6000 sq ft gallery with additional exhibition space available. 403 Gallatin Rd, Madison, TN 37115. 615/868-8000.
MAQS: SHANNON-ROSS SCHOLARSHIP for workshops at MAQS. Inf: Shannon-Ross Scholarship Chair, MAQS, PO Box 1540, Paducah, KY 42002-1540. Due: 1/15 & 7/15 each year.
AMERICAN CRAFT COUNCIL Shows. Exhibitor applications available for all 7 craft shows, both wholesale and retail, sponsored by ACC. Inf(LSASE/57¢): American Craft Council, 21 S Eltings Corner Rd, Highland, NY 12528. 800/836-3470; fax 845 /883-6130; email@example.com.
Traveling Exhibitions Available:
TO SEE ON THE INTERNET
http://www.quiltart.com & http://www.quiltart.com/gallery - Quiltart, an email list for contemporary art quilters, announces the latest Sponsors, call for entries and shows of interest to art quilters, in addition to featuring a gallery of works by subscribers. quiltart_sponsors calendar updates from Art/Quilt Magazine between issues.
http://www.quiltsouthafrica.co.za - The South African Quilters' Guild online.
http://www.quiltquest.com - New internet site promoting the work of emerging quilt artists and matching fine art quilters with collectors. Listing service free for art quilters.
http://www.guild.com - Internet division of THE GUILD (the craft industry's leading publisher of artist sourcebooks) is a sales vehicle for craft artists. Aiming for the most comprehensive, highest-quality selection of hand-crafted objects, GUILD.com has an online, searchable database of artwork which will present on-screen photos of the work and information about each artist. Other services include a reference library, an electronic tour of museums, craft shows and galleries plus listings of shows.
http://www.artfulgift.com/catc - Web site for Crafts at the Castle, the annual crafts sale and fundraiser for the Family Service of Greater Boston, full of information about the show and exhibiting artists. Information for potential exhibiting artists included.
http://quiltnational.com / http://www.dairybarn.org - The Dairy Barn Southeastern Ohio Cultural Arts Center site has information on Quilt National '01.
http://www.penny-nii.com - Penny Nii Collection. An internet gallery of quilts, unique arts and global crafts.
http://www.nmaa.si.edu - National Museum of American Art and Renwick Gallery, Washington, DC, exhibits, event listings and information.
http://www.quilts.com - Quilts Inc. for information on their shows: International Quilt Festival, International Quilt Market, Quilt Expo (Europe), and Embellishment®.
http://www.americancraft.com - The Rosen Group's full-service Artist's Business Resource.
http://www.textilemuseum.org - The Textile Museum, Washington, DC web site.
http://www.craftcouncil.org - American Craft Council Online provides information & resources for the craft world. Information on the Council's principal programs, American Craft Magazine, a calendar of craft-related exhibits and events in the United States.
http://www.qsds.com - Quilt/Surface Design Symposium.
http://www.quilts4cancer.com - For information regarding "Basket Opportunity" sponsored by Victoria's Quilts.
http://www.bayeuxgallery.com - Bayeux Gallery of contemporary textile art, Denver, CO.
http://www.indigos.com - Denver's premiere source for contemporary Asian fine art, Denver, CO.
http://www.thirteenmoonsgallery.com - Thirteen Moons Gallery in Santa Fe, NM, exclusively quiltart_sponsors art quilts.
TO SEE IN THE US
Dolores. Dolores Mountain Quilters, Dolores, Colorado. We are about 65+ members, with about half being "Snowbirds," and we meet at 9:30 am on the first Tuesday each month. Our dues are $15 yr. For more info, contact Wendy Gatzke, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 970-565-2514.
La Jolla. Celebrations III, an art quilt exhibit by Pacific Quilt Artists
Where: La Jolla Fiberarts Gallery, 7644 Girard Avenue, La Jolla CA 92037
When: November 10-December 30, 2006.
Reception: November 10, 2006, 6-8 pm
Contact: the Gallery at 858-454-6732, e-mail email@example.com
Central Iowa Textile Artists will present works of contemporary quilt art at Grinnell FiberWorks, in their gallery at 831 Main St, Grinnell, IA 50112 from June 2-30. Members of this group have studied with many nationally-known teachers and have presented their works at exhibitions around the country. Exhibit Hours: Sunday: Noon-4 pm, Monday-Friday: 10-7 pm, Saturday: 10-5 pm. For more information, go to www.grinnellfiberworks.com or call 641-236-7026.
Watertown. Quilters Connection 29th Annual Quilt Show, June 2, 2006 - June 4, 2006, Arsenal Center for the Arts,
321 Arsenal Street, Watertown, Ma.02472
Over 150 Quilts on display, from classic to cutting edge,many are for sale. Guided tours and demonstrations of quilting techniques. Hand made items in our expanded and ever popular boutique. Raffle quilt on display, drawing saturday.
$6 entrance ,$5 seniors, children under 12 free,handicapped accessible.
Traditions and Trajectories: Education and the Quiltmaker
2007 Symposium, March 1-3
Sponsored by the International Quilt Study Center
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
The International Quilt Study Center at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, invites scholars and artists to submit proposalpapers and panel presentations exploring the formal and informal contexts in which the quiltmaker's art is learned, studied, applied and handed on. Interested individuals should submit abstracts of 150-200 words with a cover letter and brief resume by August 15, 2006. For further information about the symposium, "Traditions and Trajectories: Education and the Quiltmaker" or to download guidelines, please visit http://quiltstudy.unl.edu and click the symposium links or contact Kathy Moore, Symposium Coordinator at 402-472-7232, ext. 1, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 1-22. Surface Tension, nationally juried exhibition of art quilts created with surface design processes. Juried by Sandra Sider. James Howe Gallery, Kean University, 1st floor of Vaughn-Eames, south campus, Union, NJ; www.kean.edu.
Durham. Call for entries: Fabric postcards interpreting Art and the Feminine
Divine (April-June 2006). 100 postcards will be exhibited at St. Josephs Historic Foundation at Hayti Heritage Center in Durham,
North Carolina in conjunction with Art and the Feminine Divine project in the Durham, Raleigh, and Chapel Hill area of North
Carolina. Others postcards may be exhibited at other venues in the area. Art and the Feminine Divine is sponsored by Resource Center for Women and Ministry in the South.
Art and The Feminine Divine (project background): http://www.rcwms.org/pdf/artandfemdivine.pdf
Resource Center for Women and Ministry in the South: http://www.rcwms.org/programs/femininedivine.html
Keisha Roberts: http://www.keisharoberts.com/
St Josephs Historic Foundation at Hayti Heritage Center: http://www.hayti.org
This call is open to all. All pieces will be considered, however those with content deemed by the venues not suitable for public
viewing will be returned.
(Please email submissions to this calendar to email@example.com.)
APPALACHIAN CENTER FOR CRAFTS. 1560 Craft Center Dr, Smithville, TN 37166. Workshops include: Mood Indigo and Other Colors; Small Talking Pictures; Surface Treatment for Textile Designers; Personal Patterns: Printing on Cloth. Inf: 615/597-6801; fax 615/597-6803; http://craftcenter.tntech.edu.
ARROWMONT SCHOOL OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 2002 Spring Class Schedule of one week workshops includes fiber art, surface design, quilting and other media.. Inf: Registrar, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, PO Box 567, Gatlinburg, TN, 37738. 423/436-5860; fax 423/430-4101; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.arrowmont.org.
CROW TIMBER FRAME BARN WORKSHOPS. Inf(LSASE/57¢): Nancy Crow Workshops, 10545 Snyder Church Rd, Baltimore, OH 43105. 740/862-6554; www.nancycrow.com. STRIP PIECING I: CONCEPTS with Nancy Crow, 10/14-18/02; FABRIC DYEING: COLOR MIXING FOR DYERS with Carol Soderlund, 10/14-18/02.
DYE WORKSHOPS by Pro Chemical & Dye. Pro Chemical & Dye, PO Box 14, Somerset, MA 02726. 1/800-2-Buy-Dye, www.prochemical.com.
FOLK ART INSTITUTE. American Folk Art Museum, 45 West 53rd St, New York, 10019. 212/977-7170. Classes include American Textiles, Women in American Folk Art, Folk Art in American Life.
INTERNATIONAL QUILT FESTIVAL (FALL-in Houston). The largest annual quilt show, sale and quiltmaking academy in the world. Featuring antique & contemporary quilts (includes TACTILE ARCHITECTURE 2002, IQA Judged Show), related textile arts on display; extensive workshops, lectures, special events including debut of the Bernina Fashion Show; vendors. George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida de las Americas, Houston, TX. Inf(LSASE/57¢ & $3US check or money order for complete class catalogue, when available): International Quilt Festival, 7660 Woodway, Suite 550, Houston, TX, 77063, USA; 713/781-6864; fax 713/781-8182 or Quiltfax® 512/474-1166; www.quilts.com. Classes begin 10/28/02. 10/30-11/3/02.
INTERNATIONAL QUILT FESTIVAL . Annual quilt show, sale and quiltmaking academy featuring antique & contemporary quilts, related textile arts on display; extensive workshops, lectures, special events including the Bernina Fashion Show. For info , sendnf(LSASE/63¢ & $3US check or money order for complete class catalogue, when available): International Quilt Festival, 7660 Woodway, Suite 550, Houston, TX, 77063, USA; 713/781-6864; fax 713/781-8182 or Quiltfax® 512/474-1166; www.quilts.com.
MAQS WORKSHOPS. Museum of American Quilter's Society. Inf(LSASE/57¢): MAQS Workshops, PO Box 1540, Paducah, KY 42002-1540. 270/442-8856, x25; fax 270/442-5448; www.quiltmuseum.org.
NANTUCKET ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN & ART, one-week workshops. Inf: NISDA, PO Box 958, 23 Wauwinet Rd, Nantucket, MA 02554. 508/228-9248; fax 508/228-2451; email@example.com.|
PETER'S VALLEY CRAFT CENTER. Art classes. Inf(LSASE57¢): Peter's Valley Craft Center, 19 Kuhn Rd, Vayton, NJ 07851. 201/948-5200, fax 201/948-0011.
THE TEXTILE MUSEUM - TOURS. 2320 S. Street, NW, Washington, DC 20008. 202/667-0441.
VERMONT STUDIO CENTER. Workshops, residencies in fine arts. Inf: VSC, Box 613, Johnson, VT 05656. 802/635-2727.
WEARABLE ART CONNECTION. A group of amateur & professional art clothing designers & appreciators - Southern California's preeminent forum for speakers, workshops & networking with those who love to sew & express their creativity in textiles. 4 speakers/meetings annually & lots of hands-on workshops. Inf: Wearable Art Hotline: 562/804-5536.
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