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Threads : APR/MAY 1986 (4)
Calendar Listillgs al'e free but mltst be of illterest to people who work with J(n'June/July issue ((wailable CALIFO lated Arts. The Golden Age of Quilting, work by local seniors, Mar. 4-Apr. 5. 766 S. 2nd St., San Jose. Soutl,west Regional Sur HNIA May bl'Oad and direct 15) textiles. Deadlin 15.e is March ALA13AMA: Textiles for the '80s. Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art's traveling exhibit, �[ay 4�une 29, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomcry; (401) 331-3511. AHIZONA: Hagst,aff Handweavers Guild. Spring Fest ;"(1/ '86, weaving/spinning show, Apr. 26. Coconino Center for the Arts, 2300 N. Ft. Valley Rd., Flagstaff. : American Museum of Quilts and Re· face Design Association Conference: SIoY-ace Design, I'll, Use, UCLA, Berkeley, May 31-June 1. Register by Apr. 30. Contact Joy Stocksdale, 2145 Oregon St., Berkeley, CA 94705. Pacific Basin School of l'extile Arts. Classes in constructed textiles, dyeing, spinning, design, history, marketing, etc.; Apr. 7�une 14. Workshops, Polychromatic Printing, Apr. 11-13; Cold-Water Mineral Dyes, May 3; Silk Spinning, May 17; Non-Silver Photography, May 31�une 1. Exhibits, Kay Pentzien, Apr. 3-May 2; 14th Annual Student Show, May 9�une 6. 1659 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley, CA 94702; (415) 526-9836. 33rel Annual Con/erence of Northern lIanelweavers. Wealling Internationale. Juror's show, fashion show, and exhibits, E. E. Gilmore as loommaker, Early American coverlets, etc.; Apr. 25-27. CNCH '86 Registrar, Box 172, Merced, CA 95340. ;trIlCulture/Future: American Craft '86. National cunference sponsored by American Craft Council, Oakland Museum, Kaiser Conv. Ctr., and Laney College, Oakland; June 4-7, Issue-oriented conference on the future dircction of crafts. Contact ACC Conference Project Office, Box 30756, Oakland, CA 94604. San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery. Quilts by Sonya Lee BaITington, Leslie C. Carabas, Linda MacDonald, Yvonne Porcella, John Schulze; May 22�uly 3. 155 Grove St., San Francisco. CaU/ COLOHADO: Denver Art Museum. Qllilts and COllerlets, through Apr. 13. 100 W_ 14th Ave., Denver. CO workshops: Weaving, basketry, papermaking, quilting; Mar. 22�une 7, Box 122, Brookfield, CT 06804, Wadsworth Atheneum, NNE DELA wcavings, embroideries, prints, and lace from the 15th century to 1870; Mar, 9-May 25. 600 Main St., Hartford, 11w Elements Gallery. Rugs by Bonnie Britten, Mar, 5-Apr, 5, 14 Liberty Way, Greenwich, 11,e New Englanel School of Needle Art. Classes: Color Theory, Pulled Thread, Beaded Lace, Canvas Work, Brazilian Embroidery, Crewel, Hedebo and Whitework; Mar. 15-May 30, 274 Ridgefield Rd., Wilton, CT 06897. Gu ilford Handicrafts. Connecticut Cl'eations, regional exhibition, May 4-24, 441 Church St., Guilford, The Speakers: Randall Darwall, Mary Walker Phillips; May 17, Uni\', of Delaware, Newark Contact Spring Conf. Coordinator, 308 W, lO5lh St., New York, NY 10025, Delaware Center for tlw ContemporanJ Arls. Workshop: Knotted Fiber, Diane [lter, Apr, 12-13. 103 WAl 16th St., Wilmington, DE 19801; (302) 656-6466, FLOHIDA: nl/al Convention, Something Spacy, Langford Hotel, Winter Park; Apr, 18-20, Contact Donna Sullivan, 1134 Montego Rd, W" Jacksonville, FL 32216, 11te ThTD IOWA: Paper/Hber IX. Juried show, Mar, 30-Apr, 30, artists using paper and/or fiber as a medium, The Arts Centcr, 129 E, Washington, Iowa City. l1,e Octagon Center for the Arts. Legends in Fibel\ Works of Annie Albers, Lenore Davis, Sheila Hicks, Jack Lenor Larsen, Ed Rossbach, Claire Zeisler, etc; Ma", 16-Apr, 30, 427 Douglas St., Ames, u.s. 72 ades of Fashion, 50 examples from U,S, and Europe since WWII. Piber I1/El IAN can fiber artists, assembled by Milwaukee Art Museum, Apr, 22�une L 1200 W. 38th St., Indianapolis, GEOHGIA: Sout/wrn StitChery. Exhibit of needle art by Dogwood Chapter of Embroiderers' Guild of America, Mar, 29-Apr. 12, Neiman-Marcus, Lenox Sq" Atlanta, 3rd Annual Nee(llework and Craft Showcase Trade SIIow, by Needlework Markets Inc., May 16-18, Contact NMI, Box 533, Pine Mountain, GA 31822, ILLINOIS: Casa Del Rio. Masks, Bolivia, Guatemala, ]\/(>:ri('o, through Apr, 19, 341 W, Superior, Chicago, Textile A,·ts Cent're. Works by DuPage Textile Arts Guild, through Mar, 29. 916 W, Diversey Pkwy., Chicago, A: Indianapolis Museum of Art. Four DecioluLion, 110 works by 18 AmeriK florida l'ropical lVeavers Guild AntE: MidAtiantic Fiber Assn. Coliference. Splendor oJ Fl'e'nci, Style, GrICUT: Brookfield Craft Center. Classes and rnia KAN lters. Potpo"''!'i SAS: Ka,nsas ;\Uiance of lVeavers anel Spin· Conference, Apr, 12, Neosho Comm, College, Chanute, Contact Southeast Kansas Weavers and Spinners Guild, Box 20A, Thayer, KS 66776. II KENTUCKY: 1st anel 2nel Annual National Ameri· can Quilter's Society Quilt Show and Contest. Executive Inn, Paducah, Ap'" 26-28 and May 2-4, Contact AQS, Box 3290, Dept T, Paducah, KY 42001. LOUISIANA: wall constructions, handwoven silk wall pieces, pillows, rugs, etc; through Apr, 6, lVearables, Sondra Bogdonoff, Apr, 10-May 1L 367 Fore St., Portland, MAIN: MICHI tilm. Midland Art Council Galleries, Midland Ctr, for through Apr, 6, 1801 West St. Andrews, Midland, Great Lakes Lace Group 10th Anniversary Conference. Lace Place Ten, featuring 18-hour workshops, including bobbin, needle, tatting; exhibition; Apr, 30May 4, Hoyt Conference Center, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Ml. To register, send SASE to Linda Knapp, 17757 Redfern, Detroit, M[ 48219. cluding textiles from 17th- and 18th-century Japan and ceremonial textiles of Peru, through April 1986, 5200 Woodward Ave" Detroit. 4th Annual Fiber Fest. Exhibits, demonstrations, sales, sponsored by Michigan Fiber Artists Co-op; May 31. Fernwood Center, 1720 Range Line Rd., Niles. Arts, 11te M ness Seminar, on advertising, marketing, display, inventory, computers, products, etc,; Apr, 4-5, To register, send SASE to YNRBS, Tailored Needle Arts, 515 Marquette Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55402, lVeavers Guild of Minnesota. Lectures and workshops: Chemical Dyes, Linda Knutson, Apr. 3-6; Handwoven Cloth for Fashion, Ann Sutton, May 1-4. 2402 University Ave_, St. Paul, MN 55114; (612) 644-3594. INNE NEW SOTA: Yarn and Neectlework Reta'ilers Busi#ART324107 MISSISSIPPI: 3rel Annual International Crafts Festi'val, sponsored by Craftsmen's Guild of Mississippi, Coast Coliseum, Biloxi, May 30�une 1. settel's: '86, featuring quilter Tafi Brown, through Mar, 21. League Gallery, 205 N, Main St., COli cord. � n'SHIHE: Le agu NEW YO works for interiors, through May 3, 45 W, 45th, NYC. Cooper-Hewitt Museum. Workshop: Stenciled Floor Cloths, Lynn Goodpasture, Apr, 4 or 5, Lecture: OrienLal Hugs examined by Lee Howard BeshaI', Mar, 18, Mar, 25, Apr. 1. 2 RK l1w Great Americm, Quilt COil test and FestiVal. Sponsored by Museum of American Folk Art, Apr, 24-27, Pier 92 on Hudson River at W. 52nd St., NYC. Jllried Quilt Competition, sponsored by city of Albany, Sept. 1986, Open to all stitchers in NY, Deadline, May 15, Send SASE to: Quilt Competition, Office of Volunteer Services, City Hall, Albany, NY 12207, Light As a Feather, through Apr. 12, Museum of the City of New York, An ornithological fantasy of feathered fashion, Fifth Ave_ at 103rd St., NYC, International Fashion and Boutique Show. Jacob Javits Convention Center, NYC. May 17-20, Contact K IFBS, 210 Boylston St., Chestnut Hill, MA 02167, Neectlework Show. Sponsored by the National Needlework Association, June 1-3, Jacob K K Javits Convention 91st St., NYC, e of N.H. Crafⶳ Rd" NEW JEHSEY: Textile Research Institute. Conferences: Intel'lwlional Pel'spectives on Textile Resem'ch, Apr, 2-4, Capital Hilton, Washington, D,C. Abel' Soc. 1'echnical ConI on Insulation Applications of Fib1'OUS Struchl1'es, May 1-2, Nassau Inn, Princeton, Contact TRI, 601 Prospect Ave., Box 625, Princeton, NJ 08542. Quilt Show and Sole. Antique and new quilts, May 17-18, Poricy Park, Oak Hill Middletown, NEW MEXICO: Puller Lodge Art Center. Que Pasa, What's Happenill(} in New Mexico Art? Apr, 11-May 11. Works by New Mexican artists and craftspeople. Write: Box 790, Los Alamos, NM 87544, : Amel'ican Craft Museum. Functional WASHINGTON, D.C.: 11w l'extile Museum. men. PaceDetroit Institute of Arts. 100 Mastel'1v<Yrks, inGAN : Space Sails: MASSACHUSETIS: Mus eum of American Textile History. Rugs, Contempora1'Y Handwoven Floorcoverings, through June 15, 14th Annual Sheep-Shem'ill(} Festival, May 18_ MATH, 800 Mass, Ave., N, Andover, New Englanel Neectlework Association Trade Show, Apr. 13-14, Sturbridge Sheraton Conv, Ctr. Contact NENA, 174 Tower Ave., Needham, MA 02194. Ninth Annual Quilter's Connection Show, featuring work of its 250 members, Apr, 18-19, First Parish Church, 630 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington, American Banners Exhibi- Show, Mar, 14-16, Clarion Hotel, 1500 Canal St., New Orleans, LA, Write: Box 1606, Knoxville, TN 37901. 11w Maple Hill Gallery. Decorative Arts, Fiber Needlework and Homesewing Center, NYC, Contact Jerri Ann Burg, 276 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 1000L Surtex '86. Trade show for surface art (images for towels, sheets, draperies, upholstery, etc.), May 10-13, Jacob Little Management, 2 Park Ave_, New York, NY 10016, Modern Master 'I'apestries. Weaving Without FibC>', traditional methods using contemporary industrial materials, thl'Ough Apr, 5, 11 E. 57th St., NYC_ Knitting Machine Seminar. Apr, 19-20, Holiday Inn, Nanuet, NY, Sponsored by Knitting Fever, 120 Orange Ave_, Suffern, NY 10901; (914) 357-683L K Johns, Apr, 8-10, Classes: Weaving, Marit Kulleseid; Double Knitting, Irene Miller; Navajo Rug Weaving, D.H, Begay; Machine Knitting, Sunny Cassaday; Mar, 16-May 13, 416 Albany Post 11ze Rd" Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520. NORTH CAROLINA: Penland School of Crafts. Fiber and surface-design classes, Mar, 24-May 16, Dept. H5, Penland, NC 28765; (704) 765-2359, Mordecai Square Historical Society. workshops, exhibition, and boutiques; Mar. 21-23, North Hills Club, 4824 Yadkin Dr" Raleigh, Need OHIO: aevelanel Mllsewn of Art. Textile OIlEGON: Oregon School of Arts and Cr PENNSYLV and Science. Student-designers exhibit, Apr, 30�une 7, Goldie Paley Design Ctr" 4200 Henry Ave., Philadelphia, Fiber Arts '86, 33rd annual exhibit of Philadelphia Guild of Handweavers, May 11�une 8. Univ, of Pennsylvania Museum, 33rd and Spruce Sts" Philadelphia, Ewe sflll ANIA Spring Faculty and Stof nessee: SUI te of the Apr, 11-20, American Museum of Science and Energy, 300 S, Tulane Ave., O'lk Ridge, TENNE The ied Exhibition, Apr, 1986, Salt Lake Art Center, UDC, 38 W, 2nd St. S" Salt Lake City, UTAH: WASHINGTON: American tile Art. Hoven Ha11gings and Baskets, ShelTY Johnson, through Mar, 30; TmHlpe l 'oeil Paintill(} of Fabl'ic and Textile Art, Jen Shurtliff, Apr, 1-27; Hand-Cast Pape), Wall Art, Carol McComb, Apr, 29-May 25; Textile Al'! f01' Al'chilectural Spaces, J, Wolfrom, May 27�une 29, 3425 Vernhardson St., Gig Harbor, Artwear '86. Wearable-art fashion show, sponsored by Bellevue Art Museum, Apr, 17, Olympic Hotel, Seattle, Gall bon, through Apr, 30_ Pmnl East to West: New Treastu'es, through JWle 7, 2320 S, St. N,W" Washington, D,C, 4th Annual lVashington Craft Show. Juried exhibit, sponsored by The Women's Committee of the Smithsonian ASSOCiates, Apr, 18-20, Contact WCS, A and I 1280, Smithsonian Institulion, Washington, D,C, 20560, The deen Hansen, Box 253, Sun Prairie, WI 53590, Knitting Gttilct of America. 1986 National Convention, Apr, 3-6, Milwaukee, aI Color and Design, Norwegian Technique, etc. Contact Colinne Hemmeter, TKGA, Box 1606, Knoxville, WI. Classes: Machine Knitting, TN T/u·ea.ds 3790L CANADA: Convergence '86. Handweavers Guild of Amel-;ca Conference, Toronto, July 17-20, Workshops, seminars, fiber exhibitions, Write: Convergence '86, 346 Dundas SL W" Toronto, Canada M5T IG5, Magazine WISCONSIN: Prairie Heritage Quilter's 12th AnnllQu.ilt Show anel Contest. Apr, 7-8. Contact Klau- Ribery of Quilt and Tex- TEXAS: Southwest Craft Center. Workshops: Clothing Design (nonloom), Albertje Koopman, Apr, 4-6; Ikat Dyeing, Romayne Mertens/Bettie Green, May 3-4, 300 Augusta, San Antonio, TX 78205, ACC Craftfair Dallas. Market Hall, Dallas MkL CtL, Apr. 17-20. Contact ACE, Box 10, New Paltz, NY 12561. Utah Desiglwr Craftsmen 25th Annual Juring, dyeing, spinning, weaving. April 26, RD 2, Oley, SSEE: Arrowlnont Sclwol of Arts and Craft f Exhibition, Mar. 2-Apr. 2; Teninvitational, works by 12 to 15 Tennessee artists, Apr, 5-May 21, Gatlinburg, Arts, Smoky Mountain Quilt Show and Competition, s. in India, through spring 1986; Focus: Abe,', ApI'. 8-May 25, 11150 E, Blvd., Cleveland. in basketry, spinning, dyeing, weaving, surface design, etc.; Mar. 31�une 7. A,·tist<l-in-Residence Exhibition, Apr, 24-May 22; Student Exhibition 1986, May 29�une 26, 8245 S,W, Barnes Rd., Portland, OR 97230. Contemporary Crafts Gallery. Tapestry, Sharon Marcus; scarfs and shawls, ��ndall Darwa; Mar. 20-Apr. 12, Fiber and paper pieces, Marie Lyman, May 22�une 14, 3934 S,W, Corbett Ave" Portland, Northwest Quilters 12th Annual Show. Treas"res f1'01JI the Sea, Mar, 23-30, Portland State University, 1825 S,W, Bdwy, , Portland, afts : Philadelphia College of 1'extiles 'I'rⶳ . Courses itions lework VII, Niddy Noddy. \\brkshop: Tapestry Wea\�ng, Pat Javits Convention Center, NYC, Contact George Spillllillgs. Demonstrations of sheep shear
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