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Complete listing of fiber arts related exhibits in galleries, studios, museums and art centers including juried and non-juried shows. Exhibits are added on a regular basis. If your exhibit is not shown here, please add the information directly using the Add Event link.

Virginia Quilt Museum Exhibits Phase Iii
September 5, 2017   through   December 16, 2017

       Virginia Quilt Museum Exhibits Phase Iii   website

Exhibit Phase III runs September 5 through December 16, Tuesdays - Saturdays, 10 am to 4 pm, and offers visitors a very Virginia experience. The four installations of Phase III are: "Heritage Redefined" is curated by Susan Emory of Moseley, and showcases a compilation of modern quilts from across Virginia. "Treasures From the Vault: Elegant Stitches" consist of antique quilts in the Museum's collection that have all been intricately stitched by Virginia hands in diverse quilting designs - a photographer's delight! "13 Perspectives" is curated by Trudi Van Dyke of Woodstock. The 13 members of New Image Artists of Washington, DC created this new work for the Virginia Quilt Museum. "From Ma-Ma's Garden to the Wheel of Fortune" is curated by Pat Sloan of Fairfax, and represents a spectrum of her work from her "signature" pieced and appliqued style to her latest improvisation.

Loop-rust-skin-mind: 4 Jerome Project Grant Artists Elizabeth Garvey, Julie Hassler, Kristin Hoelscher-schacker, Catherine Missaghi
September 7, 2017   through   October 21, 2017

       Loop-rust-skin-mind: 4 Jerome Project Grant Artists Elizabeth Garvey, Julie Hassler, Kristin Hoelscher-schacker, Catherine Missaghi   website

This culminating exhibition marks the accomplishments of the 2017 Jerome Project Grant Artists working in textile traditions, materials and sensibilities. Through the Jerome Fiber Artists Project Grant program, generously funded by and in partnership with the Jerome Foundation, Textile Center supports and celebrates the creative spirit of emerging fiber artists by helping them develop professionally and thrive in their studios. The work of this year’s fellows represents a broad spectrum of possibilities in artistic practice. From a piece of thread that loops its way to create a new path that occupies small moments in space; to imagery layered from additive and subtractive processes that lift and deposit residue, energy and color; to a nod to life’s twists and turns in vivid color that breaks down the battle between the mind’s dark and light thoughts; to a body and its skin, revered in all its beauty, both sublime and abject—Loop-Rust-Skin-Mind is an exhibit about growth and the freedom to push work to new heights.

Fiber Arts Fest At Sauder Village
September 30, 2017   through   October 1, 2017

       Fiber Arts Fest At Sauder Village   website

Archbold, OH. Artisans from throughout the region will gather at Sauder Village's Founder's Hall to demonstrate and share their love of fiber arts. Guests will be able to watch spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting and tatting demonstrations. There will be fiber exhibits, looms and spinning wheels on display, hands-on activities and dyeing demonstrations. Select vendors will also be selling handmade items and fiber art supplies.

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