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Threads : OCT/NOV 1985 (1)
Calendar ALABAMA ALA The C Calendar listings are free but must be of broad and direct interest to people who work with textiles. The deadline for our Dec. 1985/Jan. 1986 issue (avail· able Nov. 15) is Oct. 1. : Southern Women Show, Sept. 26-29. Binningham�efferson Civic Center, Binningham. SKA: For The linen wall reliefs of Diane Itter. Oct. 3-31. 4222 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale. Pendleton Fabr Craf The c Arts. Two-part exhibition: Fibers West, Sept. 11-0ct. 18. Fibers East, Oct. 23-Nov. 22. Artists from west and east of the Mississippi River. 1940 Bonita Av., Berkeley. International Bead Ccm/ Bead Society, Sept. 20-22. Contact IBC, P.O. Box 711026, Los Angeles, CA 90071. iti ALIF RNIA Trad onal O : M mura. Sept. 28-0ct. 1. Mills College Mtg. Rm. Contact Fran Thorsson, 2311 Novato Blvd., Novato, CA 94947. Te M aori aori Ann Art from New Zealand Collection8, July 6-Dec. 1. De Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Franciso. American MU8eum of Quilt8 and Related Art8. Quilts and Postage Stamps: Com memo by Teresa Barkley, Sept. 3-0ct. 5; Caution: Men at Wark, quilts by men, Oct. 8-Nov. 2; Visio槶 COLO 1986. Denver Art Museum, 100 W. 14th Av., Denver. RAD O: A W orld CONNECTICUT: BrookJ'ield Craft Center. Workshops: Weaving, basketry, paper, quilting, crochet, machine knitting, fabric design. Sept. 9-Nov. 4. Box 122, Brookfield, CT 06804; 203-775-4526. Art Cauture The VIII. FLORIDA: F GEORGIA: Oct. 6. Contact C. Zmetronak, The Florida Craftsmen, 10763 Shady Pond Lane, Boca Raton, FL 33428. abri Smo cking Arts Guild of America Na· tional Convention, Sept. 26-29. Atlanta. Contact Corinne B. Hemmeter, SAGA, Box 75, Knoxville, TN 37901; 615-637-5456. ILLINOIS: International Ba8ketry Competition, Sept. 8-0ct. 31. Chicago Botanic Gardens. Contact CBG, Basketry Symposium, Box 400, Chicago, IL 60022; 312-835-5440. Fiber: Emerging Midwe8t. Juried exhibition. Oct. 11Nov. 8. Textile Galleria. Chicago Art Emerging, Box 608127, Chicago, IL 60626; 312-465-1473. IND IANA: 1985 Sout hern IOWA: More Than sponsored by Wichita Handweavers, Spinners and Dyers' Guild and the Wichita Art Museum. Oct. 20Nov. 24. KFD '85, 105 N. MUirfleld, Wichita. KAN 74 Indiana Quilt Show, Oct. 1-26. Raffle; antique quilt evaluation. Floyd County Museum, 201 -E. Spring St., New Albany. . Bed and wall quilts by Diane Phillips-Caton and Justin Kristofer Caton, July 1Sept. 30. Carver Pavilion Links, Univ. of Iowa Hospital, Iowa City; 319-353-6417. SAS: Kan8a8 Fiber Direction8 '85. Exhibit OREGON: Oregon School of Art8 and Craft8. Courses: Basketry, spinning, dyeing, weaving, clothing design, surface design. Sept. 30-Dec. 7. Exhibits: 28 artists. Sept 11-0ct. 19. The Ele- ments, 14 Liberty Way, Greenwich. Nutmeg Quilt Show '85. Greenwich Civic Center, Old Greenwich, Oct. 5. Nutmeg Quilters Guild, 21 Brook Crossway, Greenwich, CT 06830. Wesleyan Potter8. Lecture on basket design by Ferne Jacobs, Oct. 26. Basketry workshops, Sept. 28-29, Oct. 26-27. 350 S. Main St., Middletown, CT 06457. A Stitch Thru Time. The Thames River Quilters' display, workshops. Oct. 12-13. Stonington Elementary School, Rt. 2. Contact Christine Murphy, 10 Braemer Place, New London, CT 06320; 203-447-3672. c Painting and Dyeing. Workshop, ative Documents and Re·Visi槶㭨 Johnston, Nov. 5-30. 766 S. 2nd St., San Jose. American Quilt Study Group Work8hop, Oct. 11-13. Santa Sabina Center, San Rafael, CA; 415-388-1382. ArtQue8t '86. 2nd Annual Art Competition. Nov. 20 deadline. Traveling video exhibit. ArtQuest, 2265 Westwood Blvd., Box 12424, Los Angeles, CA 90064; 213-399-9305. San Franci8co Needlework and Sewing Show, Oct. 11-13. Showplace Square, San Francisco. of Embroidery, to Jan. 26, by NEW MEXICO: 2nd Annual Wool Fe8tival. Mountain and Valley Wool Assoc. of Colorado and New Mexico, Sept. 28-29. Kit Carson Memorial State Park. Sally Bachman, Box 2754, Taos, NM 87571; 505-758-1439. k, lV/tite Btac & d/Re Re ad. Juried exhibition: Sept. 13 deadline, opening Oct. 25. Open to New Mexico artists north of Albuquerque. Contact Fuller Lodge Art Center, P.O. Box 790, Los Alamos, NM 87544. NEW YORK: Gayle Will80n Gallery. American Art Fabrics, new work by Barbara MacCullum. Aug. 31Oct. 6. 42B Jobs Lane, Southampton; 516-283-7430. 2nd National "Created by Hand" exhibition, Sept. 7-0ct. 2. AAO Galleries, 698 Main St., Buffalo. Ught A8 A Feather, Costume exhibition, Oct. 7-Apr. 12. An ornithological fantasy. Museum of the City of New York, Fifth Av. at 103rd St.; 212-534-1672. Rockland Quilt Expo. With Heritage Quilters of Hudson Palisades, Oct. 12-14. Rockland Community College, Suffern. Lectures, workshops, displays. Contact Eileen Hamilton, 9 Brisman Dr., Theills, NY 10984. Sewing by Satellite '85, Nov. 2. A videoconference linking communities across America and Canada. Contact the American Home Sewing Assoc., 1270 Broadway, New York, NY 10001; 212-736-8820. 5th Annual National Knitwear and Sport8wear A8' 80C. Trim Show, Oct. 8-10. Pier Expo, Hudson River and 48th St., NYC. Register in advance: Irving I. Silverman, TAFE Coordinator, NKSA, 386 Park Av. S., New York, NY 10016; 212-683-7520. International Kids Fa8hion Show, Oct. 21-23. New York Penta Hotel. Register in advance: International Fashion and Boutique Show, 210 Boylston St., Chestnut Hill, MA 02167. The Craf 8man'8 Gallery. 3 artists: Tapestry, paper, weavings. Sept. 21-0ct. 26. 16 Chase Rd., Scarsdale. NORTH CAROLINA: John C. Campbell Folk School. Classes in weaving, Nov. 3-10; fabric crafts, Nov. 1723. Brasstown, NC 28902. Southeastern Yarncra,jter8 Guild, Inc.'8 218t Nee· dlework and Acce880rie8 Trad Show, Sept. 27-29. Charlotte Civic Center, Charlotte. Also Knitting Symposium, Sept. 26. The Radisson Hotel, Charlotte. Register in advance: Needlework Markets, Inc., Box 533, Pine Mountain, GA 31822; 404-663-2495. Penland School of Craft8. Classes: garment design, yarns and ancient Guatemalan dyes, Sept. 16-27; weaving and surface design, Oct. 14-Nov. 22. Dept. H5, Penland, NC 28765; 704-765-2359. OHIO: Oeveland Museum of Art. Exhibits: The Art oj Japanese Ste ncil , to Oct. 20. Needle, Dyepots, and Looms: Textile Traditions in India, Sept. 10-Spring 1986; The BasketmakeTs, Nov. 19-Mar. 16, 1986. 11150 E. Blvd., Cleveland; 216-421-7340. WASHINGTON, D.C.: The Textile MU8eum. Lectures: Peter Collingwood, Sept. 19; Abby Sue Fisher on Guatemalan sawdust rugs, Sept. 24. Workshops in weaving, Sept. 18-22. Also exhibits: The Textile Muse· um at Sixty, to Sept. 22; A Master and His Craft, rug weaver Peter Collingwood, to Oct. 27; The Textile Art oj the Chiapas Maya, Sept. 5-Nov. 30; A Dec ade oj Can· tempomry Rugs, Sept. 15-0ct. 15; The Inscribed Rugs oj Arm.enia, Oct. 25-27. 2320 S St. N.W., Washington. The Woven and Graphic Art of Anni Alber8, to Jan. WY MIN O 6, 1986. Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, 17th and Pennsylvania N.W., Washington, DC. G: Big lIorn Batter8 Quilt Guild Retreat. Oct. 4-6. Contact Carole Tarver, 19 S. Main, Seridan, WY 82801. CANADA: The Banff Centre, School of Fine Arts, Classes in fiber and visual arts, Sept. 15-Dec. 20. Mariette Rousseau-Vermette, Artistic Advisor, Box 1020, Banff, Alberta, Canada, TOL OCO; 403-762-6100. Rag8 to Riche8. Juried exhibition of hooked rugs, Sept. 5-0ct. 13. Burlington Cultural Centre, 425 Brock Av., Burlington, ON. Spinner8 Retreat 1985, Oct. 20-27. Fairburn Farm, British Columbia. Contact D. Archer, 3310 Jackson Rd., RR#7, Duncan, BC V9L 4W4; 604-746-4637. Ontario Craft8 85, Oct. 31-Nov. 24. MacDonald Gal- lery, Queen's Park, Toronto. Ontario Crafts Council. 18t Ann ual National Exhibition of Small Scale Fine Craft8: Fibre, Oct. 31-Dec. 8. Cartwright Street Gallery, 1411 Cartwright St., Granville Island, Vancouver. Tex8tyle8. Conference presented by Surfacing Textile Dyers and Printers Assoc. of Ontario, Nov. 1-3. The Harbourfront, 235 Queen's Quay, Toronto. Workshops, lectures, fashion show. Contact K. Doody, Surfacing '85, Box 6828, Station A, Toronto, ON M5W 1X6. Fibre Metamorpho8i8, Nov. 3-7. Langley Centennial Museum, Fort Langley, BC. OVERSEAS: Kawa8hima Textile School. Classes: Weaving, Sept. 3-27, Oct. 7-30, Nov. 5-28; elementary weaving, Sept. 14-27, Oct. 19-30, Nov. 16-28; dyeing, Sept. 28-0ct. 1, Oct. 31-Nov. 2, Nov. 29-Dec. 2. 418 Ichihara-cho, Shizuichi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan; tel. 075-741-3151, 3152, 2107; tlx. 5422767. Textile A8 Sculpture. 12th International Biennial of Tapestry, June 14-Sept. 16. Cantonal Museum of Fine Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland. Yr lIen Y8gol. Weaving and spinning classes, June 1Sept. 30. Aberbanc, Wales; tel. Velindre 370 771. Knitting, Sewing and Craftwork Show, Nov. 7-10. Anderson Centre, Glasgow. Contact Trade Exhibitions Scotland, Freepost, Tes House, Ancaster House, Crieff, Perthshire, PH7 4QZ, Scotland; 0764-4204-3312. Thre ads l\Iag azin e erence. Sponsored by The Japane8e Embroidery with Shuji 1'a· Jiloo'r. American Craft Council's contemporary rugs, Oct. 27-Dec. 10. Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum, 121 W. 7th Av., Anchorage. ARIZONA: Ma8k8, Ma8que8, Masx. Contemporary masks, Oct. 25-Nov. 20; workshop with El Zarco Guerrero, Oct. 26. Galeria Mesa, 155 N. Center St., Box 1466, Mesa, AZ 85201; 602-834-2242. Hand and Spirit Craft8 Galle ry. Knotted School. Workshops: Christ- mas Weavings, Oct. 8-12; Navajo and Hopi Weaving, Oct. 22-26; beginning handweaving, Nov. 5-9; intermediate handweaving, Nov. 12-16. 465 Jordan Road, Sedona, AZ 86336; 602-282-3671. : Fibe rwor k8, Center for the Textile MASSACHUSETTS: Fa8hion Knit De8ign and Yarn Styling with Jan Kamm, Sept. 28. Aeolian of Martha's Vineyard, Box 2123, Vineyard Haven, MA 02568; 617-693-4675. New England Needlework AS80c. 1't'ade Show, Oct. 13-14. Northeast Trade Center, 100 Sylvan Rd., Rte. 128, Woburn. Register in advance: NENA, 174 Tower Av., Needham, MA 02194; 617-449-1717. The B08ton Seven: New Dimen8ion8 in Fiber. Exhibit, Nov. 8-Dec. 2. The Newton Arts Center, 65 Washington Park, Newtonville. MA. MINNE MICHIGAN: 2nd Annual Beaver I8land Quilt Semi· nar8, Sept. 18-21 and Oct. 2-5. M. Silber Associates, 774 Lakeside, Birmingham, MI 48009. The A880C. of Michigan Ba8ketmaker8 '85 Conven· tion, Oct. 18-20. Sugar Loaf. Contact Laura Harrison, Ladybug Craft Shop, 519 S. Washington, Royal Oak, MI 48067; 313-545-3200. SOTA: 4th Ann ual Quilter's Seminar, Sept. 25-27. Green Lake Bible Camp, Spicer. Contact Carreen Pierson, RR 2 Box 75, Truman, MN 56099. Four Sea80n8 in Fiber. Minn. Federation of Weavers and Fiber Artists' Conference, Oct. 4-6. Contact Kathy Lovgren, 1503 19th St. N.E., Rochester, MN 55904. MISSOURI: Four State Machine Knitter8 Seminar, Oct. 4-5. Springfield. Contact Knits Ltd., 1518 S. Glenstone, Springfield, MO 65804; 417-887-3277. NEW JERSEY: Sheila NU88baum Gallery. Tapestries of Nancy Shaw Cramer. Oct. 13-Nov. 9. 358 Millburn Av., Millburn, NJ 07041; 201-467-1720. LOUIS IAN MAIN: A: 4th Ann ual September Competition, Sept. 7-28. Visual Art Center, Alexandria Museum, 933 Main St., Alexandria. Fall '85 Wearable8. Four artists. Oct. 3-Nov. 29. Maple Hill Gallery, 367 Fore St., Portland, ME. Couples, Sept. 5-0ct. 3, including David and Shereen LaPlan tz; Egyptian Tapestries: Made by Children, Oct. 10-Nov. 7. 8245 S.W. Barnes Rd., Portland, OR 97225; 503-297-5544. PENNSYLV ANIA TE NNE : The Woodworker and the Fiber Arti8t. Exhibit of wood, weaving, and wearable art. Sept. 20-22. Drexel Armory, Philadelphia. Phila Pre8ent8: A Look at the Apparel Indu8try, Oct. 17-Dec. 21. Goldie Paley Design Center, Phila. Coli. of Textiles and Science, 4200 Henry Av., Philadelphia, PA 19144: 215-951-2860. Needle8 at the Point, 1985 Fall Seminar, Council of American EmbrOiderers, Nov. 4-9. Sheraton Hotel, Pittsburgh. Contact Barbara Trellis, 412-421-8086. SSEE: Political Statement8. Juried exhibi- tion of work re/1ecting social, economic, and environmental concerns, Jan. 26-Feb. 18. Deadline Dec. 12. Sarratt Gallery. Contact Joel Logiudice, 402 Sarratt, Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, TN 37240; 615-322-7311. TEXAS: Fabled Ooth: Batik from Java'8 North Coa8t, Sept. 7-0ct. 19. Sewall Art Gallery, Rice University, Houston. Texa8 Knitting Mach'ine A880c. 18t Annual Semi· nar, Nov. 2-3, Houston. Contact Jerry Ellis, 17610 Hwy. 3, Webster, TX 77598; 713-332-1046. 16th Annual Seminar of the Embroiderer8' Guild of America, Nov. 3-9. Contact Donna Semmes, 9903 Gemini Dr., San Antonio, TX 78217; 512-826-7453. VIRGINIA: Richmond Quilter8' Guild Seminar, Sept. 28. Contact Barbara McIntire, 804-320-1559. 1'he Continental Quilting Congre88, Oct. 3-5. Arlington. Contact Box 561, Vienna, VA 22180. WASHINGTON: Weaving8 by Randall Darwall, Sept. 26-0ct.31. The Flying Shuttle, 310 1st Av. S., Seattle, W A 98104; 206-343-9762. Quilter8 E8cape. The National Quilters Assoc. Conference. Oct. 4-6. Bellingham. Contact Suzanne Hammond, 2614 Cherry St., Bellingham, WA 98225. 1985 Fiber8 Unlimited, Nov. l�an. 5, 1986. Whatcom Museum of History and Art, 121 Prospect St., Bellingham, WA 98225; 206-676-6981.
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