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Threads : APR/MAY 1987 (10)
Calendar Lis�ings m'e free but must be of bToad and direct inteTest fOT June/July issue (avaiw.bw May 15) is April 10. ONA: 7'elarana Weavers and Spinners Guild. ARIZ C CO Juried biennial, Apr. 27-May 2. Chandler Community Center, 125 E. Commonwealth, Chandler. ture National V, textiles, paper, and mixed media, through May 1. 10419 S. Rives Ave., Downey. San Francisco Craft CeuhtTY of Continuity and Cha-nge, through Apr. 26. 626 Balboa St., San Francisco. CaUfoTn'ia Crafts Museum. Fl.yi-ng Colm's, Apr. 18June 2. In museum and throughout Ghirardel!i Square, 900 N. Point St., San Francisco. Cotton Patch QuilteTs. 2nd Quil.t Show, May 16-17. Kern County Fairgrounds, Albert S. Goode Auditorium, 1142 South "P," Bakersfield. Redwood Stitchers. Needle-A1·t Show, Apr. 3-4. Luther Burbank Art ALIF RNIA & & w p p O Basketry, quilting, weaving, papermaking, marbling, April and May. Box 122, Brookfield, CT 06804. Oreater Hartford Quilt Guild. Hours of Fl.owers: A QuiUed Ga 1'den Quil.t Show, May 9-10. Greater Hartford Community College, 1105 Asylum Ave., Hartford. NNE GEORGIA: GeoTgia Mountain Crafts. The Fun Begins at 32, sculptural fiber baskets, fiber jewelry, and wall pieces by Patricia Ross Alexander, May 1-29. Green Street Station, 311 Green St., Gainesville. I-IA WAll: Hawaii IIandweavers IIui. WeARTable, exhibition of handwoven garments, Mar. 31-Apr. 18. Gallery of Punahou School, Honolulu. work by Lucy Jahns, Pamela Matiosian, Sally Broadwell; Apr. 21-May 22. 916 W. Diversey Pkwy., Chicago. 7th Annual Quilt and Needlework Show. Quilts and needlework dating from the 1800s, Apr. 25-26. QUincy Senior High School, 3322 Main St., QUincy. NOTthwest Suburban Quilters Guild. Heirlooms: Old ami New Quil.t Show, Apr. 10-11. Sacred Heart of Mary High School, 2800 Central Pieces ILLIN WW OIS: Textile Arts Centre. The Vivid S 1t1j蜡ℱ ades INDIAN & Apr. 25; weaving show, through April. Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown. MAIN蜡: The MA , May 1-9. Ky. Horse Park (north of LeXington). Maple Hunter, Grace Ann Warren, Martha Chatelain, Cynthia Boyer; May and June. 367 Fore St., Portland. Decorative Arts Forttm. Seminar, SSACHUSETIS: Hill Gall The Litae Yellow IIo1t8e. Berk- shire Quil.ts ami Ctothi-ng WJrkshop, Virginia Avery. Five-day workshop, May 17-22. Contact Kay Ney Brunner, Box 616, Rt. 23, South Egremont, MA 01258. Berkshire M1t8eum. Mm'guerite mul Shea Common, 800 M 74 1i-ng Festival, May 17. The Old North Andover chusetts Ave., North Andover. assa WiUiam ZOT- ach, 1915-18, embroidered tapestries, batiks, and clothing, through Apr. 19. 39 South St., Pittsfield. M1t8eum of American Textile IIistory. 15th Annual Sheep Rd., IOWA: Paper/Fiber KENTUCKY: American Quilter's Society. al QuUt Show & X. Rolling Meadows. Patches Quilt Guild. Show, Apr. 4-5. Balmoral Woods Inn, Rt. 394, Crete. A: Indianapolis Museum of Art. Four Decof Fashion, American and European fashion since II, Apr. 19-June 1. 1200 W. 38th St., Indianapolis. Juried competition, through Apr. 29, sponsored by Iowa City/Johnson County Arts Council. The Arts Ctr., 129 E. Washington, Iowa City. AnnuContest, Apr. 24-26. Executive Inn Con- vention Center, Paducah. National Standards Council of American Embroiderers. Needle Expressions '86 traveling show, Apr. 13May 8. Jackson Gallery of the Kentucky Museum, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green. Kentucky Heritage Quilt Society. Kentucky Quil.ts Par ade 011 ery. Fiber works by Lissa Kirs蜡 h e, Garden Ctr., 2050 Yulupa, Santa Rosa. Orange County Quilte.·s Guild. Quilts of Our Guild, Apr. 11-12. Chapman College, 333 N. Glassell, Orange. Walnut Creek Civic Arts Glry. Costume: The Intimate Art, through mid-April. 1641 Locust St., Walnut Creek. Euphrat Gallery. Political Quil.ts: A Living Tradition, through Apr. 19. DeAnza College, Cupertino. American M1t8eum of Quilts and Rew.ted Arts. Amish Quilts the Esyn'it COUectiOl1, Apr. 7-May 30. 766 S. Second St., San Jose. OreatAmerican Quilt Festival. 51 plize-winning quilts from the Museum of American Folk Art's traveling show, through Apr. 28. Sacramento Community Convention Center, Sacramento. CTICUT: Brookfield Craft Center. Classes: : Downey Museum of Art. Piber St 1'UC Folk Art M1t8eum. Hopi Art: A eo w who wOTk with textiws. Deadline MINNE llJ.蜡 SOTA: NEW JERSEY: Rebecca's Reel Quilters. Quilt Show ami Textile Council of lis Institute of Art. Artwear '87, runway show of wearable art, Zandra Rhodes lecture, seminars, Apr. 8-11; American Craft Expo '87 at St. Paul Civic Center, Apr. 8-12. Dayton Hudson Gallery, works by Tim Harding, through Apr. 20. 2400 3rd Ave. S., Minneapolis. NEW MEXICO: Sale, May 1-2. Poricy Park, Oak Hill Full llJ.蜡 Rd, NEW YORK: Cooper-Hewitt Museum. Foldi-ng Fans, through May 31. 2 E. 91st St., NYC. Costume Institute of the Art. Dance, men's and women's dance clothing from the 18th and 19th centuries through the 1960s, through Sept. 6. Fifth Ave. at 82nd St., NYC. FIT Galleries. 3 Metropolitan M1t8eum of Wnne Quilt n: The fashion McCm'dell, Madeleine Vionnet, and Hei Kawakubo, through Apr. 18. 227 W. 27 ST., NYC. Jlfuseum of the City of New York. The Best of the BestDressed List, costumes of the world's most stylish women, through May 10. Fifth Ave. at 103rd St., NYC. American Craft Museum. Intertaci-ng: Fabric, 150 examples, Apr. 11-July 17. 40 W. 53rd, NYC. Roberson Cente1' for the A·rts and Sciences. 19thand 20th-Century EasteTn European EmbToide1'ies, through Apr. 19. 30 Front St., Binghamton. Niddy Noddy. Sp Apr. 24-25. 416 Albany Post T CorUand County Quilters. Quilt show, May 15-16. Holiday Inn, Exit 11, Interstate 81, Cortland. To Christian Brothers Academy, Randall NORTH CAROLINA: Penland Sclwol of Crafts. Surface Design \vith Bird Ross, Apr. 27-May 15. Dept. H5, Penland, NC 28765; (704) 765-2359. John C. Campbell Folk Sclwol. Classes: Rug braiding, basketry, weaving, quilting, spinning, dyeing, bobbin lace, netting, broom making, April/May. Brasstown, NC 28902; (704) 837-2775. Piedmont Quilters' Guild. North Camlina Quilt Symposiu rnlS OIDO: Oeveland Museum of Art. Five Ceuturies of Lace O Piberworks '87, juried exhibit, through Apr. 23. Kirkpatrick Ctr. Museum; 2100 N.E. 51st St., Oklahoma City. wpa1蜡ℱ Guild. owpa蜡ℱ 11inning Rd., KLAH MA O OREGON: Mission Mill Village. Sheep to Shawl! Sweater, plus tatting, rug-braiding, and bobbin-lace demonstrations, May 24. 1313 Mill St., S.E., Salem. P and Science. Three-Dimensional Fabric by Sue Moran, through Apr. 11. Student exhibit, Apr. 23-Sept. 4. Goldie Paley Design Ctr., 4200 Henry Ave., Philadelphia. Swan Gallery. Fiber exhibition by Marilyn Grisham, through April. 132 S. 18th St., Philadelphia. Lebanon Quilter's Guild. 3rd Annual Quil.t Show COI1test, May 30. Lebanon Area Fairgrounds, Cornwall and Evergreen Rds., Lebanon. Stitchery '87 International. FiberaTts' GuUd of PittsmO'gh Biennial Exhibition, May 23-June 14. Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, 6300 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh. Fiber Creations '87. Philadelphia Guild of Hand Weavers, through Apr. 11. The Connelly Center lery of Villanova University, Lancaster Ave., Villanova. RHODE IS pology. Lecture: p.,·ehistoric ami Contempm'ary Pueblo Textil.es, Kate Peck Kent, Apr. 22. Brown Univ., Bristol. eler Gallery. Michael Ja rnes: ENN ANIA Whe LAND SY V Torpedo Factory Art Ctr., 105 N. Union St., Alexandria. Festival of Needlework. Juried needlework exhibition, May 6-17. Carlyle House, 121 N. Fairfax St., Old Town Alexandria. Exhibition, through Apr. 30. 12th VIR INIA HINHIN G WAS WAS of the £omn: TI'a蜡ℱ The GTON, D.C.: New GTON: Tacoma Art M1t8e tun. The & Pacific Ave., Tacoma. Textile Museum. The & Art Gal: Haffenreffer Museum of AnthroNew Quil.ts, Apr. 1-28. 228 Angell St., Providence. Narragansett Bay Quilters' Association. QuUt Show, Apr. 11-12. S\vift Gym, Gentish Guard Armory and the Knowles House, Peirce St., East Greenwich. , and : Philadelphia College of Textiles , through summer. 11150 E. Blvd., Cleveland. : IIandwea.vers League of OkWhoma. lww, May 27-30. Guilford College, Greensboro. Quil.t Show, Apr. 10-11. Syracuse. Rd. desi蜡ℱ㭨 711£ Elemental Middletown. WISCONSIN: Madison Weaver's Guild. Sale, May er Lodge Art Center. Textures, handmade paper assemblages, Lois Dvorak; weavings, Irene Yesley, May 8-31. 2132 Central Ave., Los Alamos. 71te JlfinneapoJuly 31; Turkish TI'e蜡ℱ㭨 CANADA: 11te Gallery. Riding on the Wind, fiber sculpture by Setsuko Piroche, Apr. 15-May 17; Paper: Means & of Ctai"e workshop, Edna Blackb urn, Croton-on-Hudson. EmI, Andrew Smith and Lois Ellis, May 22- June 9. 20 Grand Ave., N., Cambridge, ON. Museum of American Expressions of a New Spirit, traveling exhibition, through Apr. 26. Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax. Provincial Jlf1蜡ℱ Folk ewn of Alb Study Tour to Switzco·taml, France, ami Italy, Apr. 19May 1. Concentrates on printed and woven fabriCS; visits to textile museums and print works. AQSG, 105 Molino Ave., Mill Valley, CA 94941. Em June. Apt. 41, Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey, England KT8 9AU; tel. 01-943-1229. COMPETITIONS San Francisco Quilters' Guild. Quilt-block competition celebrating the 50th birthday of the Golden Gate Bridge, May 10-11, Fort Mason Center. Deadline, Apr. 15. SFQG, Box 27002, San FranCiSCO, CA 94127. Jlfendocino Art Center. tional Wearabtes and Beyoml, juried show, Aug. 8Sept. 6. Deadline, Apr. 17. 45200 Little Lake St., Box 765, Mendocino, CA 95460. Interweave Press. National handweaving contest: Design's The broi蜡ℱ㭨၀ 011 You. Deadline, May 1. Contact Karen Hirmer, 306 N. Washington Ave., Loveland, CO 80537. Fibres Forever '87. Handspun Creations, juried show, June 24-27. Deadline, May 15. Contact Audrey Ostrom, Box 888, New Westminster, BC, Canada V3L 4Z8. Textile Arts Centre. exhibition, July 24-Aug. 28. Deadline, May 27. 916 W. Diversey Pkwy., Chicago, IL 60614. CO National Standards Council of American Embroiderers. Seminar and classes, Apr. 5-9, Monteleone Hotel, New Orleans, field, IL 60093. NortheTn CalijoTnia Handweavers Guild. Refug the NFEREN LA.YMP nJJM Sea, Smal蜡ℱ-Scale CES, S OS Missouri Fiber Artists. 10th Ann nal TEXAS: Southwest Craft Center. Workshops: Xerox Transfer, Jane Dunnewold, Apr. 4-5; Fiber Criti Betty Park, May 1. 300 Augusta, San Antonio. den, Mar. 31-May 3; Color, Textu1'e, : Potomac Craftsmen Gallery. Fiber GarMay 13-29. tions in Navajo Weavi-ng, through Form, cism III So-n蜡 Art Quil.t i-ng ami Growi-ng, including member's exhibit and style show, May 15-17. Central Missouri State University, Art Center 120, Warrensburg, MO 64093. Costume Society of America Annual Symposium. Costume in 1780-1830, May 11-13. Richmond, VA, and Colonial Williamsburg. Contact Colleen Callahan, The Valentine Museum, 1015 E. Clay St., Richmond, VA 23220. National Convention of the Repu蜡 New The Textile Research Institute. 57th TRI Ann ual euce, on developments in fiber and textile technololgy, Apr. 21-22. Adam's Mark Hotel, Charlotte, NC. 601 pect Ave., Box 625, Quilt Can ada Prin 1987. Fourth NatUnwl QuUt COI1ference, May 28-31. Concordia University, Loyola Campus, 7141 Sherbrooke St., W., Montreal, PQ. Thre ads Mag azin e tll£ 21st CCOttury, seminars and workshops on marketing techniques, financial planning, insurance, workplace hazards, computer applications, crafts photography, Apr. 7-10. Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel, Honolulu. Write: Liberty St., Petaluma, CA 94952. Craf蜡 Precious Fibers Foundations. Fibers Cottage Industries Co-ngress, May 27-29. Berea College, Berea, Contact Alan DuVernay, Box 511, Berea, KY KY. 40403. COI1ferceton, NJ 08542; (609) 924-3150. Prosngw lic: The First Five Decades, Fiber, national juried S, MEE TlN Contact NSCAE, Box 8578, Northe by Pat Hickman, Lillian Elliott, Sara Begay, Apr. 1-3. Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey, CA. Write: Registrar, 45 Rivoli St., San FranCiSCO, CA 94117. Florida Tropical Weavers Guild. Annual conference, including workshops with Albertje Koopman, Nancy Harvey, and Sue Smith; fashion show; juried exhibit; Apr. 24-26. Sheraton Hotel, Maitland, FL. Contact Kathleen Lee, 738 Wildmere, Lo ood, FL 32750. COI1ference: 00speople. Ptanni-ng for GS Wha w t Wear. . or Not: Funcrs' Guild. One-day courses: April, May, erta meri蜡 Art. A an Folk Art: . Spri-ng Fashion Show of Wearable Art, Apr. 1, Edmonton, AB. IIarbour/ront Craft Stndio. Lectures and workshops: Lois Walpole, basket artist, Apr. 3; Nance O'Banion, textile artist, Apr. 24. York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay, W., Toronto, ON. 'l'our of Fashion Industries, Toronto and Montreal. History, design, manufacturing, Aug. 3-14. Registration deadline, May 15. SASE: Sarah Ervin, Box 2850, Evergreen, CO 80439. OVERSEAS: American Quilt Stndy Grou p. Textil.e tiOl1, through summer. 2320 Tes: Highlights from St., N.W. 's' the CoUec- Renwick Gallery of the National Jll1t8eum of American Art. Quilts from the Indiana Amish, through June 7. Pennsylvania Ave. at 17th St., N.W. Women's Committee of the Smithsonian Associates. The Washi-ngtOl'l Craft Show, Apr. 24-26. Departmental Auditorium, 1301 Constitution Ave., N.W. 2-3, Hilldale Mall, Midvale Blvd., Madison; exhibit, May 1-29, Lutheran Campus Ctr., 325 N. Mills St., Madison. North Shore Quilters' Guild. Show, May 8. Christ Episcopal Church, 5655 N. Lake Dr., Milwaukee.
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