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Threads : OCT/NOV 1986 (7)
Uistings are terest to Calendar free Dec. '86/Jan. '87 issue CALIFO oj Fibe,'s, from teddy bears to tapestries, Oct. 17-19, Crown Hall, Ukiah St., Mendocino. recent work, through Nov. 1. 1940 Boruta Ave., Berkeley. New Pieces Gallery. Quilts by Marion Ongerth, Nov. 9Dec. 11. 1597 Solano Ave., Berkeley. Frederick S. Wight Art GaLLery. The Woven and Graphic Art oj Anni Albers, Sept. 23-Nov. 2. UCLA. Los Angetes Municipal G Hherwor鷬榘 Nov. 16. New work by 16 leading quiltmakers. 4804 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles. ArtQuest '87. 3rd annual major to all media. East and West Coast exhibitions, traveling video exhibit in 1987. Deadline, Nov. 20, 1986. Contact ArtQuest, 2265 Westwood Blvd., Box 12424, Los Angeles, CA 90064; (213) 399-9305. Fresno Arts Center and Museum. Quilts, A Va1I.鷬榘 allery The art . nishings and Foods Fair, Oct. 11, Costa Mesa. CO workshops: Weaving, quilting, dyeing, krutting, Sept. 28Nov. 9. Box 122, Brookfield, CT 06804; (203) 775-4526. Creative Arts NNE 111£ tion oj American Crafts, Nov. 10-Dec. 23. 80 Audubon St., New Haven. Guilford Handicrafts. Just For hibit of craJts and fine art, Oct. 5-25; and Ubrk鷬 New Canaan Society for tlw Arts. Color, Thread, and Stone, Sept. 20-28, Carriage Wadswortlt Atlwneum. &11e, Guild can Quilt, illustrated talk by Jonathan Holstein, Oct. 12. 600 Main St., Hartford. Design Barn -Gallery, Waverly Place. Sources oj the A nwri oj AmC1ua Nat HAWAII: Land of Dec. 10. 45-045 Kamehameha ILLINOIS: Dou Loa CoUe Del Rio Gallery). Process and Patle,'n, Shibm-i- Ika glas lene Anderson-Shea, through Sept. 30. Windward Mall, 46-056 Kamehameha Hwy., Kaneohe. Ha-waii 0;: ge. Exhibit: Desig鷬榘㭨 to l-lwy., within 50 mi. of Chicago who arc members of stitchery or textile guilds, Nov. 9-27. Entry deadline, Oct. 10. College of DUPage. Contact Jean Van Koughnett, 66 S. Kensington, La Grange, IL 60525; (312) 354-4032. Textile Arts Centre. C011lempm-ary Basket,'Y '86, National Competition, Oct. 17-Nov. 14. Faculty show, through Oct. 3. 916 Diversey, Chicago. Rosary College. Fiber DiTect 7900 W. Division, River Forest. II. ions INDIANA: Floyd County Museum. 'I'hi,-d Annual QuiUs oj onie Weaving Institute. Workshops and lectures, Pape,- and Felt-'l'raditional Methods ApplicatimtS, Lida Gordon, Oct. 17-19; P01-a,'Y 201 E. Spring St., New Albany. H Hannonie, IN 47631; (812) 682-3578. IOWA: Institute for Creative Arts. Hmne is Where Wea70 Art Is, Nov. 8-29. 607 W. Broadway, Fairfield. a-rm Southern Indiana Exhibit, Sept. 27-0ct. 25. ves, Clotilde Barrett, Nov. 7-10. 612 Main St., New & Um ..... "ttal the CmttC1n'86, Oct. 10-Nov. 7, Kaneohe. Dawson Gallery (formerly Casa t. Pre- Columbian, ASian, African, Latin American material, through Oct. 31. 341 W. Superior, Chicago. Nature: Needlework 1986. Exhibit, Oct. 18-19, Chicago Botanic Gardens, Lake-Cook Rds., Glencoe. Prairie Star Quilters Guild. Q«iltJest '86. 150 quilts and quilted items, Oct. 24-26, Merchants Mall. DuPage County Fairgrounds, 2015 Manchester Rd., Wheaton. New Dimensions in Hber Juried show for artists dery techniques, Oct. 26-Nov. 1, Atlanta. Contact Linda Wynn, 6345 Colewood Ct., N.W., Atlanta, GA 30328. iona鷬 Gallery. Weamble Art, by CharWear, Nov. 9NEW GEORGIA: Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild. Workshops: Alison Baker, Oct. 11; Anita Mayer, Nov. 10-12. Handweaving exhibit and sale, Nov. 21-23, Tula Arts Center, 75 Bennett St., N.W., Atlanta. Progressions '86. Quilting, applique, machine stitchery, lacemaking, embroidery exhibition. Oct. 21-Nov. 4, Georgia Tech Student Center Gallery, Atlanta. Southern Reflections. 17th Annual Emb,-oiderers' SC1ninar. Various embroi- Nov. 8-Dec. 23. 441 Church St., Guilford. Ftm, BUt lwp. 18th Ann ual Celebra- multi-media exAnnual Exhibit Colle ge. Fibers, Fabr鷬榘㭨, J J-Je,-itage, through Sept. 28. 2233 N. First St., Fresno. Third Annual Quilt Show and Sale. Oct 18-19, Springville Apple Festival, Springville. River City Quilters' Guild 9th Annual Show. Oct. 17-19, Scottish Rite Temple, 6151 H. St., Sacramento. Orange Coast Fash ions Art Quilt, Oct. 1competition, open RNIA Center for tlw Textite Arts. Joanna Salska, IJwse wlw work with textiles. but must be of broad arui direct inine for (available Dead鷬 Nov. 15) is Sept. 15. ARIZONA: Quilters' Ranch. Garment-art competition/show, Nov. 15-Dec. 15. Each garment must include quilting technique. Entry deadline, Oct. 20. Contact: Needlework Dispatch, 1042 E. Baseline, Tempe, AZ 85283; (602) 838-8350. : Mendocino Art Center. Show: Festival Ninth Annual Needlework KAN Mississippi River Valley Chapter of EGA, Oct. 17-18, Butterworth Center, 1105 8th St., Moline. Show. abri鷬榘 F Quilt, through Oct. 12. 901 Frederica St., Owensboro. LOUIS With Virginia Avery, Mary Coyne Penders, Mary Mashuta. General Travel, 1405 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19147; (215) 467-9500. boro IAN : A: Quilting on Boyer's hand-felted jackets/coats; Susan Hill's tapestry handbags, Sept. 26--0ct. 26. 367 Fore St., Portland. Maine Guild of Spinner8 aOO Wea SSACHUSETTS: Weavers Guild of B08ton. Exhibit and sale, Nov. 7--8, Josiah Smith Cape MAIN鷬 lIfa鷬榘㭨 MA MA mont Ave., Bethesda. Balti lection. Through Nov. 23. , Pu,-CTICUT: Brookfield Craft Center. Classes and Guild. W:>rk by over 50 weavers, Oct. 4-31, First Parish Church, Rt 6A at Rt. 124, Brewster. Textite Re8earch Institute. Fiber Society Technical C011Jerence 011 Dynamic Prope:rties oj more Cod Weavers Guild aOO als, Uw Barn, TRI, Box 625, Princeton, NJ 08542; (609) 924-3150. Univer8ity of Mass. and ciety. Conference on lace, Nov. 7-8, Northampton. H. David, MICHI GAN Institute of Arts. Seminar on Oriental carpets, Charlotte Jirousek and John MlNNE 29529 Ford Rd., Garden City, MI 48135; (313) 522--7760. SOT A: 7'extite Council of 1lw Minneapoli8 er, Oct. 11; lecture on sampler and pictorial embroideries, Betty Turn Park Central Square, Springfield. ntta! MONTANA: Rocky Mountain Quilt Slww. Through Oct. 19. Presented by The Museum of the Rockies and the Bozeman Quilters Guild, Bozeman. HAMP show. Sept. 27-28, Kit Carson State Park, Taos. Stables Art Center. Mary Bailey collection of Amish and Mennorute quilts and quilts from Taos area. Oct. 25Nov. 16, Taos Art Assn., Taos Community Auditorium. lIfa鷬 lJbo鷬 the al NEW YORK: American Poetry oj ber, Oct. 26, 1986--Mar. 22, 1987. 45 W. 45th St., NYC. Museum of American Folk Art. Ymtng America, A Folk Art Hist orlJ the , from the Revolution to sculpture, textiles, needlework, Sept. 30-Nov. 15. IBM Gallery of Science & Museum of tlw City of New York. Art, Madison Ave. & 56th St., NYC. Best oj Dressed List. Oct. 21, 1986--May 10, 1987. Fashions, photos, and videotaped interviews, sponsored by Gucci. Fifth Ave. at 103rd St., NYC. '/'h鷬 the WWI. BestPainting, Physical. Mixed-media works, including fiCraf鷬 Museum. CraJ鷬 Today, New Mexican artists and craftspeople, Los Alamos. Festival 1986. Shearing and spinning; fashion gan, through Oct. 11. 70-72 E. Palisade Ave., Englewood. NEW MEXICO: f AJfm鷬dable /.AJmn Weave,.'s Art BC1te 'uller Lodg鷬 Guild, &11e, jit Art Center. Art 'l'h Oct. 10-Nov. 9. Nov. 14-Dec. 7. Work by '/'h鷬 rottg SHIRE: National Sta of American Em Expressions '86. Traveling portion, Nov. 10-Dec. 5, Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery, Keene State College, Keene (next stop, Honolulu). broi dere·rs. Juried exhibition: N ntia rds Council eedl鷬 NEW JERSEY: South Jer8ey Guild of Spinners and Handweavers. Exhibit, Nov. 8-9, Barclay Farmstead, Cherry Hill. knit Gallery of Fiber Art. Hand knits by Sasha Kah 4th AnnuMISSOURI: Quilt Slww. Oct. 1-15, Heer's Department Store, Ozark Piece nlllke Hhers Minnesota '86. Exhibit, Oct. 11-12, Calhoun Square, 3001 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis. Ring rs Quilt Guild 5th An, Nov. 21. UM, Nort鷬榘㭨 Amherst, MA 01003; (413) 545-2414. : Marquette County Quilter'8 A880ci- ation. 3rd Ann ual Quilt Show, Oct. 25-26, Great Lakes Rooms of Northern Michigan University, Marquette. Assn. of Michigan Basketmakers 1986 Convention. Workshops, Oct. 15-16; conference, Oct. 17-19. With Rachael Nash Law, Shereen LaPlantz, Tom and Connie McColley, Sue Smith. Contact Tint & Basketry, mpton JIis al Wychmere Harbor Club, Cape Cod, Oct. 1-3. Contact: Fibr ous Materitori鷬 SoWeston. Nauset Weavers Hill Gall Nov. 2-30, Harlow Gallery, 160 Water St., Hallowell. RYLAND: Community Quilt8. Quilts and wall hangings by Donna Radner, Nov. 15-Dec. 20. 7710 Museum of Art. Textiles Art Museum Dr., vers lw11eng Jrmn the . C W>od Cmw Baltimore. Colr e '86, Uw ery. Art to Wear. Cynthia Museum of Fine Art. '/'h鷬 SAS: Wichita Art AS8n. Wichita Nat'l. AU Media Crafts Exhibit, through Oct. 5. 9112 E. Central, Wichita. KENTUCKY: Kentucky Heritage Quilt Society. Quilter's retreat, Oct. 28-31, Shaker Village, Pleasant I-Jill. Contact J. Perry, Box 23392, Le Owens xing鷬榘 KY n, 40503. Artist and the Delta Qtwen. Nov. 7-14. and Fibers, FWlhion In8titute of Tech Education Ctr. Classes: Fashion, home furni hool tile merchandiSing, design forecasting, etc. Begin end of Sept. 560 7th Ave. at 40th St., NYC; (212) 741--8959. Weaver8' Guild of Rochester. bition, Oct. 31-Nov. 14. Sibley's- Department Store, 228 E. Main St., Rochester. Schwein/urth Me 205 Genesee St., Auburn, NY; (315) 255-1553. Fiber Arts Foru ied Community Cent:ral New York Hamlspin Sheraton Hotel, Liverpool, NY. Contact Shirley Howe, 5507 Mt. Pleasant Dr., Cazenovia, NY 13035. Fa oj Box 800, Cooperstown, NY 13326; (607) 547-2533. 1lwater rthe the ast Quilts Unlimited. Juried exhibit, Oct. 8-26, Center, Old Forge, NY. Arts rmer 's Museum. Conference: In Profes work of 40 selected artists, including fiber, fabric, ami paper, Nov. 9-10. 101 Theater PI., Buffalo. Plac / town sion鷬榘 NORTH CARO by Charlotte Handweaving & Fibers Guild, Oct. 3-28, Spirits Square Gallery One, Charlotte. orUt Sou Area Weaver8 Guild. Exhibition. A Celeoj Weaving V, Oct. 12-26, Butler Institute of Youngstown. Quilt Natioual '87. Fifth international juried exhibit, June 6, 1987-July 5, 1987. Entry deadline, Nov. 25. Contact Hillary Fletcher, The Dairy Barn, Southeastern Ohio Cultural Arts Center, Box 747, Athens, OH 45701. We8t Central Ohio Quilter8 Guild. Show, Oct. 31Nov. 1, Elderly Day Care Center, 72 Town Sq., Lima. Art, OREGON: Oreg tion, Masks, Oct. 9-Nov. 9. Hoffman Gallery. 8245 S.W. Barnes Rd., Contem trie and paper/mixed media by Erica Kahn, Oct. 2-25; C Nov. 6--Dec. 31. 3934 S.W. Corbett Ave., Portland. Lawrence Gallery. Rugs and tapestry weavings by Janice Powenski, Oct. 17-Nov. 9. Hwy. 18, Sheridan. BUt Annual Quilt e/.e鷬榘 Church, 1801 E. Jackson, Medford. P ENN Fibr es Jor AU SYLV ANIA vauey JIaOOweaver8 Guild. Show amI mtS, Nov. 8, Congregational Seas : Ph ita.鷬榘 lphia College of TexWe8 and Science. Five Centu,.ies oj Italian Textiles, Sept. 12-0ct. 25. Goldie Paley Design Center, 4200 Henry Ave., Philadelphia. JIaOOweavers of Bucks County. I tional and contemporary handwoven work. Nov. 21-23, Memorial Building, Washington Crossing State Park. AUen Lace, 1700-1940, through Oct. 19; Textiles, Oct. 26, 1986--Feb. 22, 1987. Fifth & Court Sts., Allentown. Keys tle Shannon Fire Hall, Rt. 88, Pittsburgh. Phita.鷬榘 town tone Arm SOUTH TENNE Ubrld, Quitter8' 1986 Quilt lphia Museum of Art. Ph RHODE IS Jacquard workshops and slide lectures with Sandra Brownlee-Ramsdale, Ed Rossbach, Wesley Mancini, Sept. 29-0ct. 30. 2 College St., Providence. RISD's Museum of Art exhibit: Chinese Costumes oj the Cit 'ing Dynasty, through Oct. 5. Carpets from the Ismm;r through Oct. 12; 224 Benefit St., Providence. CARO hills Tpke., Oak Ridge. Craf鷬 Thre tIdB Magazine bers Exhibit. Sponsored by Charlotte Handweaving Fibers Guild, Nov. 3-24, Clemson University, Clemson. LAND Rhod鷬 LIN : A: 6th North/ Sou SSEE: 20Ut Annual Fall Show of Guild. Nov. 14-16, Civic Center, Oak Ridge Uw IslaOO Sc hool th Carolina H&. foot- Nov. 7-9, 125 craftsmen exhibit in mixed media, including baskets, fiber, leather, paper. 103rd Engineers' ory, 33rd St., Philadelphia. Show.ilad鷬榘 of De8ign. Art Museum of Uw phia Crafl Show, nspi Lehigh Valley. F1emish Oct. 24-26, CasratimtS, tradi- demonstrations of weaving, spinning, tatting, rug braiding, bobbin lace, hand and machine knitting, and hardanger. Mission Mill Village, 1313 Mill St., S.E., Salem. 1lw Ro gue sale: Show aOO Textite Fe8tival. Oct. 3-5, pora Craf鷬榘 on Sc Portland. ry ting C011lemporary Crafts· 50th Annil1e,'sary, hool of Art8 and Craf鷬 . Pictorial tapestries by Pam Pa8. ExhibiUt Carolina Fi bers OIITO: QevelaOO Museum of Art. 19th- arul Eal'ly20th-CC1ttury French and English Text.iles lection, through Nov. 16; Paper Now, Nov. 5, 1986Jan. 11, 1987. 11150 E. Blvd., Cleveland. YOUng8 brat i011 American Jrmn the ColWeaver in NYS, Sept. 25-27. R. Goody, e Showcase of face-design class, Oct. 6--31. Dept. H5, Penland, NC 28765; (704) 765-2359. 6th N LIN A: P enta oo Sc hool ners Sem Craf鷬 terp鷬 Art8. Exhibition of of Craf鷬8 . SurExhibit. Sponsored inar. Oct. 18-19, eti,,!} the HolR Quilt Show, Nov. 8-Dec. 31. Entry deadline, Oct. 17. m aOO Exhibit. Oct. 17-19, Hempstead mori鷬榘 Art Center. 5th Annual Jur- House, Sands Point Preserve, Sands Point. Deadline, Oct. 7. Contact B. Brown, Nassau Co. Dept. of Recreation and Parks, Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, NY 11554. No Fibe鷬 ber. Dolly Curtis, FranQoise Grossen, Marilyn Meltzer, Joanna Staniszkis, Debra Rapoport, Lenore Tawney, Oct. 30-Dec. 20, FIT, 227 W. 27th St., NYC. Parson8 Sc nolo gy. Artists in Spare: Fi- of De8ign: David Schwartz FWlhion shings, tex- s '86, juried exhi
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