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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.

Woven Together: Weavers' Guild of Boston Celebrates A Century of Makers
April 6, 2022   through   December 31, 2022

       Woven Together: Weavers' Guild of Boston Celebrates A Century of Makers   website

Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation in Waltham, MA USA. The Weavers' Guild of Boston is the oldest weavers' guild in the United States. The exhibit features beautiful examples of handwoven historic textiles and contemporary pieces. Associated public programs including weaving demonstrations, lectures, and family activities have already been scheduled and more will be added.

April 19, 2022   through   July 9, 2022

       Continuum   website

Open 11 am - 3 pm, Tuesday - Saturday Join us at Textile Center for this special spring and summer exhibition, showcasing rising talent from across the country. This exhibition project continues our commitment to outstanding, contemporary work being done by artists in support of underrepresented communities in the field of fiber art. This range of work and practices, unique to each artist, addresses myriad ways that textile materials, processes, histories, and traditions continue to be used today to tell stories and share narratives about individuals and communities, through the eyes and hands of makers. Artists featured: Hale Ekinci, Claire Hu, Dong Kyu Kim, Na Chainkua Reindorf, SHENEQUA, and Minnesota-based artists Kehayr Brown-Ransaw, Jocelyn Suzuka Figureoa, and Nicole Thomas. Special works made during mini-residencies by Alonzo Pantoja, Marcus Rothering, and Ceci Lewis will become part of the exhibition in May.

Interpreting Change: Weaver's Guild of Boston 1922-2022
May 14, 2022   through   October 16, 2022


Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA USA. A juried exhibition of 32 pieces of members' woven art created specifically for this exhibition and highlight developments in materials, artistic taste, and the nature of process-oriented craft.

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