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Boys Just Wanna Have Fun Too


Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
200 Violet Street, Suite 140, Golden, CO 80401
303 215-9001

Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum's Fourteenth Biennial Exhibit of Quilts Made by Men February 5~April 28, 2018

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Online: September 1 - September 30, 2017


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Americans have owned and used guns throughout the history of our nation. Whether used for hunting, sport, protection, commerce or collection, guns have been a part of our shared heritage and culture. Today we find ourselves living in a society in which gun violence feels commonplace. Gun violence has taken its toll all over the world, in many different ways. An enormous divide exists between people who cherish their heritage of gun ownership and others who are concerned that guns contribute to the rising tide of gun violence. If we are to find ways to reduce injury and death from gun violence, we must find a way to bridge this divide and talk openly and honestly about potential solutions while at the same time respecting legitimate uses for firearms. This challenging problem continues to be complicated by polarizing political positions, various underlying causes of violence in today's society, emotional responses, and the desire to enjoy shooting for sport, hunting, or protection as well as maintaining family traditions. Layered on top of these competing and conflicting opinions are the forces of both sides' sophisticated lobbying efforts and a lucrative marketplace.

Artists have been a catalyst for difficult societal conversations throughout history, here and abroad. This ever- broadening divide between opposing opinions on this subject will require creative thinking and an evaluation of a wide host of possible solutions, if we are to find ways to reduce gun violence. Artists are encouraged to explore the heritage and current cultural norms reflected in gun ownership; to consider how their personal experience with guns may influence their opinions; to find ways to engage those of differing opinions to listen to each other in a thoughtful manner; and to investigate and encourage community initiatives that may inspire action in seeking solutions. Truly valuable conversation requires looking at all sides of a subject, and considering those differing viewpoints will be essential in building a bridge over that divide.

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Online: October 1 - October 31, 2017


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Stretched Threads


'Stretched Threads', an Austin Fiber Artists Exhibit to be shown at the Copper Shade Tree and Fine Home Galleries, 102 Schumann Lane, Round Top, Texas 78954 from October 25-November 11, 2017.

Objective: To promote and educate the general population in the diversity of fiber art. This exhibit will showcase the variety of fiber art and the depth of talent in the surrounding fiber community. Each piece of artwork is unique and represents the distinct voice of each artist.

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Deadline: September 15, 2017


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QuiltCon 2018- Pasadena, CA

February 22-25, 2018

QuiltCon includes a juried quilt show featuring modern quilts by members of the Modern Quilt Guild.

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Deadline: November 30, 2017


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Quilt Visions 2018: Connections

Visions Art Museum: Contemporary Quilts + Textiles
October 20, 2018 – January 6, 2019

Quilt Visions 2018: Connections is the 15th international juried exhibition produced by the Visions Art Museum: Contemporary Quilts + Textiles (VAM). The exhibition will be presented at Visions Art Museum in San Diego, California. The jurors will select work that exemplifies innovation in quilting and surface design techniques as well as excellence in composition and craftsmanship. A full color exhibition catalog will be published.

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Online Entries: January 1 - 31, 2018



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Juncture: 40th Anniversary Members Exhibition

The San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles is pleased to announce the First Annual Members Exhibition in our community gallery, FiberSpace. Artists who are current members may apply to exhibit up to three works in the exhibitions Juncture I & II.

Now in its fortieth year, the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles is at a juncture in time, where we can both reflect on the past and look forward to the future. A juncture can also be an intersection of place or events, often one laden with symbolic potential: In many folk traditions, junctures as represented by crossroads are a potent metaphor for transition. Though a juncture can be a time for reflection, the word can also describe a critical moment or crisis that demands immediate action. With the concept as their point of departure, artists may take the exhibition's theme of "juncture" where it leads them.

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Online Entries: Deadline September 15, 2017


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Entwined: Rope in Fiber Art & Mixed Media

Show us your innovation and creativity with rope!

Deadline: October 1, 2017
Submissions should include at least 30% rope.*
Juror: Noelle Foye, Executive Director, New Bedford Art Museum
Prize: Selected work will appear in the winter, 2018 issue of Fiber Art Now magazine.
$10 Entry Fee

*All entrants will receive a 20% discount on their rope purchase from Enter coupon code FIBERART2017 upon checkout.
Purchase is not required for entry.


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Online Entries: June 1, 2017 to October 1, 2017



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Excellence in Fibers

Selected works will appear in the Third Annual Excellence in Fibers catalog which will be presented to curators and directors of 300+ museums and galleries that feature fiber work and a select group of fiber and fine craft collectors. It will be integrated into the special expanded winter issue of Fiber Art Now, a subscriber-supported publication that also is sold on over 400 Barnes & Noble, Books A Million, and Dick Blick newsstands in the US, Chapters Books in Canada, and select newsstands in the UK.

All work that is juried into the exhibition will be invited to be shown at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles October 19, 2018-January 13, 2019. Note that work does not have to be available for the exhibition to be juried into Excellence in Fibers, and the jurying process will not be impacted by availability. If artist work has been sold or is otherwise unavailable and is selected by the juror, it will still be shown in the magazine, showcased on the newsstands, sent to curators and executive directors of fine craft-related museums and galleries, and given ongoing exposure. Note that Fiber Art Now regularly consults the EIF artists for consideration as featured artists in the magazine throughout the year.


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Online Entries: June 1, 2017 to October 1, 2017


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FASA 43rd Annual Juried Fiber Art Exhibit

Organization: Fiber Artists of San Antonio, 501(c)(3)
Fiber Artists of San Antonio (FASA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to promote the appreciation and encourage support of fiber as an art form through exhibitions and educational activities.

Venue: The Semmes Art Gallery and The Student Gallery at University of the Incarnate Word, Kelso Art Center, 4301 Broadway, San Antonio, TX


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Online Entries: August 1, 2017 to September 8, 2017 (Extended due to Hurricane Harvey)



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AQE 2018 is the 13th exhibition of this internationally acclaimed show set in suburban Philadelphia. "One of the distinctions of our show is our professional presentation of art quilts. The exhibition has been widely praised by reviewers and artists not only for exhibiting the quilts in our gallery settings but also for promoting the art quilt as an art form" stated Nancy Campbell, Executive Director of the Wayne Art Center.

AQE 2018 seeks innovative artworks in a variety of formats including, two-dimensional, three-dimensional and "off-the-wall" installations. Furthermore, AQE embraces the Studio Art Quilt Associates definition of the art quilt "a creative visual work that is layered and stitched or that references this form of stitched layered structure.

The exhibition reception opening will occur on Friday, March 16th, 2018 and the exhibit will run through April 28th, 2018.

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Online Entries: May 1, 2017 to October 6, 2017



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The 23rd international juried exhibition is dedicated to enhancing the public's awareness of contemporary craft while providing a venue for established and emerging artists alike to share their functional and sculptural creative endeavors.

The exhibition will run from December 1, 2017 to January 27, 2018 and will be held at the Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne, PA, 19087, 610-688-3553

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Deadline: September 19, 2017



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The Pittsburgh Glass Center and the Three Rivers Glass Beadmakers (a chapter of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers) invite you to submit your work to the first jewelry and wearables exhibit ever at the Pittsburgh Glass Center.

One of the earliest artistic uses of glass was the making of glass beads. Modern glass beadmakers use many techniques and materials that were not available to their ancient cousins. This juried show invites all glass artists – flameworkers, coldworkers, fusers, blowers, and more – to submit their work. It can be anything, but it must be wearable.

The theme for this exhibit is embodiment, meaning a tangible or visible form of a specific idea, quality or feeling. Part of the submission that will be considered by the judges will be the artist's vision of this theme in glass. The concept for their piece, as explained by the artist in their submission, will be exhibited with the work.

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Deadline: August 15, 2017


Re-Opened for More Entries

The contest is closed but anyone wishing to have their quilt on exhibit and in the benefit auction is welcome to submit an entry.

11th Annual Quilt Alliance Contest

2017 Theme: Voices

As part of our mission, the Quilt Alliance records the stories of quilts and quiltmakers through our oral history projects. We value the human voice as well as your voice expressed in cloth and thread. We encourage everyone who makes quilts to enter our annual contest regardless of their style (traditional, modern, art) or technique (longarm, hand quilting, applique, pieced…) –all are welcomed and valued!

We invite entrants to share their opinions, polemics, memories, language, conversation and truths in the form of a quilt. Help us document the state of quilting in 2017—let your voice be heard.

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Deadline: August 31, 2017


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Art Quilts
ART QUILTS – Work by members of Studio Art Quilt Associates is a juried exhibition that seeks to display outstanding contemporary textiles created by SAQA regional members from both the Southern California; Southern Nevada region and the Northern California;Northern Nevada region. There is no specific theme to interpret for this exhibit.

For SAQA Members

To become a member of SAQA to enter call for entries: click here.

Use discount code GBT to get 10% off your new membership


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Opens: June 15, 2017

Deadline: July 15, 2017