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Threads : DEC/JAN 1986 (2)
.� .Calendar CalendU1' listings are free but must be of broad and direct inlerest Janu U1-Y deadline fm' ow' Fem'UU1-yꡑarch issue (available 15) is December 1, 1985. to people who work with textiles. The ALASKA: For The floor, American Craft Council's circulating exhibit, through Dec. 10. Anchorage HIs- torical and Fine Arts Museum, 121 W. 7th Ave., Anchorage, AK 99501; (907) 264-4326. ARIZONA: The Hand and the Spirit Craft 8 Gallery, Felted wall blankets by Jean Williams-Cacicedo; wool and silk wearable-art apparel by Glorlah Walsh; and hand-felted hats, cloches, and berets by T.J. Nabors; Dec. 12-31. 4222 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale. Pendleton Fabric Crafꡑ School, Workshops: On warps, Dec. 3-7; spinning for beginners, Jan. 24-25; weaving drafts and tie-ups, Jan. 31-Feb. 1. 465 Jordan Road, Sedona, AZ 86336; (602) 282-3671. Galeria Me8a, National jurled exhibits: Boxes, Basket.'!, Containus, Dec. 3-28; Sensational Art, artwork for the senses, Jan. 3-Feb. 1. 155 North Center St., Box 1466, Mesa, AZ 85201. 16th Old Town Tempe for the home; November. Gertrude Herbert Art Gallery, 506 Telfair St., Augusta, GA 30901. 7th Winter Needlework & Acces80rie8 Tradꡑ Show. Southeastern Yarncrafters Guild, Jan. 24-26. Contact Box 533, Pine Mountain, GA 31822; (404) 663-2495. ILLINOIS: Stripe8: Hidtten .Jl1e88age8. Exhibit of striped. textiles from Bolivia, Indonesia, Airlca, Guatemala, and Central Asia; through Jan.1. Casa del Rio Gallery, 341 W. Superior, Chicago. INDIANA: Evan8ville Museum of Arts and Science. Exhibit of the flat-woven carpets of Stanley Bulbach, Jan. 26-Mar. 2. 411 S.E. Riverside Dr., Evansville. IOWA: Paper/Jotber IX. Jurled show, Mar. 30-Apr. 30. Deadline, Jan. 15. Open to U.S. artists who work with paper and/or fiber. Natalie Brody, The Arts Center, 129 E. Washington, Iowa City, IA 52240; (319) 336-2239. Project Art. Fiber art, by Mary Bywater Cross and Friends, through Jan. 31. Contact J. Summerwill, Univ. of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City. Fall Festival of the Arts. Spon- sored by Mill Ave. Merchants' Assn., Dec. 6-8. Roberta Bender, 607 E. Loyoia Dr., Tempe, AZ 85282. CALIFORNIA: Te Maori: Maori Art from New Zea, land Collections. Through Dec. 1. De Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA 94118. The Textile Study Center. Lace Lectul'e and Study Dny, with Pat Earnshaw, Nov. 23. The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Golden Gate Park. American Museum of Quilts and Related Arts. Exhibits: Visions nnd He-l1isions by Ann Johnston, through Nov. 30; Christmas Quilts gathered by Diana McClun, Dec. 3-Jan. 4. 766 S. 2nd St., San Jose. Pacific Basin School of Textile Arts. Winter classes: Constructed textiles, dyeing, spinning, design, etc.; Jan. 13-Mar. 22. Workshops: Intmduction with Jackie Wollenberg, Nov. 16; IntmdtU'tian to Fabto Weal>ing, ',-ic l'l-inting, with Kathleen Larlsch, Nov. 23; Textite Conse'�'ntion, with Geoffrey Brown, Jan. 6-10; Far- tuny, with Pat Hickman, Jan. 25. Exhibits: Group Show, Certificate Program Graduate Exhibit, Dec, 15Jlln. 17; Time Is. Time Was. Time Is Past by Lois Lan- caster, Jan. 23-Feb. 21. 1659 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley, CA 94702; (415) 526-9836. Jo'ibe rworꡑ, Center for the Textile Arts. Lecture by Susan Nlninger: Unu81Uꡑ Costumes and Body Objects, Dec. 3. 1940 Bonita Ave., Berkeley. Jo"rom China to California. Exhibit of Chinese textiles and costumes, through Feb. 28. Riverside Municipal Museum, 3720 Orange St., Riverside. Jotber Arts Invitational. Jan. 7-25. The University of California Crafts Center, Grove Gallery, UC San Diego, B-023, La Jolla, CA 92093; (619) 452-2637. Jo'iber Structure National. Exhibit jurled by Neda Al Hilali, Nov. 21-Dec. 29. Downey Museum of Art, 10419 S. Rives Ave., Downey, CA 90241; (213) 861-0419. Call for papers. Art.-Ctuture-F'uture: Amel'ican Craft. KANSAS: Kan8a8 Fiber Directions 'SiS. Exhibit sponsored by Wichita Handweavers, Spinners and Dyers' Guild and the Wichita Art Museum, through Nov. 24. KFD '85, 105 N. Muirfleld, Wichita, KS 67212. MAINꡑ: Fall 'SiS Wearable8. Through Nov. 29. Maple Hill Gallery, 367 Fore St., Portland, ME 04101. MARYLANꡑ: 7'he Baltimore ric, ture by Jack Lenor Larsen: The New Impartꡑnce oj FabNov. 19. Exhibit: Crib Quilts frmn the Berman Col- Jlfuꡑeum of Art. Lec- tection, through Dec. 29. Contact: Faith Holland, BMA, Art Museum Dr., Baltimore, MD 21218. Crafts for Christmas: A Group Exhibit. Functional and decorative items, Dec. 5-31. Meredith Gallery, 805 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201; (301) 837-3575. MASSACHUSETl'S: China: 7000 Years of Di8cov, ery. Multi-media exhibit, including embroidery on gauze, through Dec. 1. Boston Museum of Science, Science Park, Boston, MA 02114; (617) 723-2500. The B08ton Seven: New mmen8ion8 in fibre. New work by seven Boston-based artists, through Dec. 2. Newton Arts Center, 65 Washington Pk., Newtonville. NEW HAMPSHIRE: Marian Grave8 Mugur Art Gal, lery. Invitational Fiber Exhibition. Artists: Carol Gersen, quilts; Sarah D. Haskell and Patti Mitchem, weavings; Barbara Lambert, direct-dye fabric sculpture. Jan . . 23-Feb. 5. Colby-Sawyer College, New London. '86. June 4-7. Artists, critics, educators, museum and gallery representatives, and craftsmen to submit summaries of presentations, re perspectives on craft movement. Deadline, Jan. 15. Contact: ACC Forum Chairman, c/o VP Academic Affairs, California College Arts and Crafts, 5212 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94618. COLORADO: Denver Art Musettm. Exhibits: A oj Em broider y, through Jan. 26; Quilts and COl1ertets, Wmid through Apr. 13. 100 W. 14th Ave., Denver, CO 80238. Cut from the Same Ooth. Exhibition exploring the relationship between quilts and dolls, at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities Museum, Dec. 11Feb. 28. Includes antique, ethnic, and Amish dolls; kachlnas; doll furniture and clothes; miniatures; and antique quilts. Workshop on corn husk dolls, Nov. 16, 1-4 p.m. 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada, CO 80003. CONNECTICUT: Creative Arts Workshop, Inc. 17th uaus TwiU and Cherokee Pctttern Baskets, Celebration of American Crafts: The best of developments and Innovations In fiber, through Dec. 23. Workshop: Cmttin \vith Sosse Baker, Jan. 8, 15, 22, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 80 Audubon St., New Haven, CT 06511; (203) 562-4927. Broo/ifield Craff; Center. Annual holiday craft sale. Features handmade works by members and faculty, Nov. 29-Dec. 24. Rt. 25, Brookfield, CT 06804. Wad8worth Atheneum. Lecture by Valerie Steele: Fashimls and Emticism in Men's and Wmnen's Dress, Jan. 26. General tour of costume and dress in paintings from the permanent collection. Avery Theatre, 600 Main St., Hartford. FLORIDA: Workshop/Tour to Guatemala. Nov. 7Feb. 27. Sponsored by Holbrook Travel, 3540 NW 13th St., Gainesville, FL 32609; (904) 377-7111. GEORGIA: Southern Jo'ibers. Exhibit of two- and three-dimensional art, wearable art, and practical art 74 NEW YORK: Light As a Feather. Ornithological fantasy of feathered fashion, Museum of the City of New York, through Apr. 12. MCNY, Fifth Ave. at 103rd St. Par80n8 School of De8ign, Spring courses in design, fashion, and textiles. Register before Feb. 2. David Schwartz Fashion Education Ctr. of PSD. I. Schwartz, PSD, 560 7th Ave., NY, NY 10018; (212) 741-8900. Cooper-Hewitt MU8eum. Four one-day workshops on the crafts of· lndia: Chik'han and Min'ar EmbraidelY Techniques, Indian ViUage Pape rmak ing Traditions, Laheria Dyeing, Indian Hand-Loom Weaving Techniques; Nov. 1-Dec. 7. Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 2 E. 91st St., New York, NY 10128; (212) 860-6868. Craft WOrk8 Cele bra Imagꡑ8 from an Old For the floor. Circulating rug exhibit of American Craft Council, Dayton Art Institute, Jan. 18-Mar. 9. Box 941, Dayton, . OH 45401; (513) 223-5277. OREGON: Oregon School of Arts and Crafts. Courses: Basketry, spinning, dyeing, weaving, clothing design/pattern making, surface design; Jan. 13Mar. 22. Exhibit: M-i:rꡑ㭨 Media Scttl and Science. Exhibits: PhilLuꡑ㭨phia Presents: A Look at the Apparel Industry, through Dec. 21: Nmt-Woven: ENNSYLV ANIA: Philaeulphia CoUege of Textile8 pture, Jan. 9-Feb. 6. 8245 S.W. Barnes Road, Portland, OR 97225. P Paper and Fabrics, Jan. 13-18. Goldie Paley Design Center, 4200 Henry Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19144. A Gathering of Twiner8. Lectures, discussions, and demonstrations. Speakers include Cheryl Samuel, Joyce Smith, and David Fraser; Nov. 23. The University Museum of Archaeology/Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, 33rd and Spruce Sts., Philadelphia, PA 19104; (215) 898-4000. School of De8ign. Exhibits: RHODE ISLAND: MU8eum of Art, Rhotte Island Frmn the Tree Where the Bark Gl'Ows, North American Basket Treasures from the Peabody Museum, Harvard University, N6v. 29Feb. 16; Maste from the museum's permanent collection, through Mar. 2. 224 Benefit Street, Providence, RI 02903. TENNE SSEE: Political Statements. Jurled exhibi- tion of work reflecting social, political, economic, and environmental concerns, Jan. 26-Feb. 18. Deadline, December 12. Vanderbilt University's Sarratt Gallery, Joel Logiudice, 402 Sarratt, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37240; (615) 322-7311. TEXAS: Southwest Craff; Center. Workshops: Beymtd a Hobbyist Mentality, Randall Darwall, Nov. 2224; Mare Titan Fibers, Ed Rossbach, Dec. 11-13. 300 Augusta, San Antonio, TX 78205; (512) 224-1848. VIRG INIA: Judaica. A multlmediajurled exhibit in- cluding fiber, through Dec. 2. Jewish Community Center, 5403 Monument Ave., Richmond. WASHINGTON: 198iS Jotbers Unlimited. Jurled tex- tile competition and exhibition of regional fiber art, functional and nonfunctional, through Jan. 5. Whatcom Museum of History and Art, 121 Prospect St., Bellingham, WA 98225; (206) 676-6981. Focu8 on fibers. Feb. 23-Mar. 14. Juried competition of handwoven, felted, and hand-spun items. Open to residents of western Washington counties. Deadline Feb. 21. Tacoma Weaver's Guild, c/o Pam Cox, 2206 62nd Ave., N.W., Gig Harbor, WA 98335. Cerulean smith, Nov. 16-Dec 21. 119 Blanchard St., Seattle. WAS HINGTON, D.C.: The Textile Museum. Exhibits: Flowꡑrs, Saints, and Toads: St. NW Washington, D.C. of Anni Albers, through Jan. 5. Renwick Gallery of the National Museum of American tion 19SiS. Holiday show, Includ- ing woven wearables, through Jan. 4. The Craftsman's Gallery, 16 Chase Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583. Quilting: New Tradition. Ex- hibit on contemporary quilting Ideas, techniques, origins; Dec. 8-Jan. 19. Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, Municipal Bldg., Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706. Small Works National 'SiS. Multimedia juried exhibit, Dec. 7-Jan. 11. Contact John Haldoupis, Zaner Gallery, 302-1 N. Goodman St., Rochester, NY 14607. Inte rnat ionaꡑ Fashion and Bout ique Show. Jan. 2-5. NY Coliseum. Contact IFBS, 210 Boylston St., Chestnut Hill, MA 02167. 7'he Great American Quilt Contest and Festival. Competition sponsored by the Museum of American Folk Art to celebrate the Statue of Liberty centennial, Apr. 24-27. Deadline, Jan. 17. Activities Include exhibitions, quilting bees, lectures, workshops, demonstrations, a wearable-art fashion show, etc. Contact Susan Flamm, MAFA, 125 W. 55th St., NY, NY 10019; (212) 581-2474; for entry form and contest rules, contact TGAQC, 1 E. Wacker Dr., Chicago, IL 60601. NORTH CAROLINA: Automation and Robotics in the Textile and Apparel Industrie8. Class on basics of robotics, sensing systems, case studies, and needs; Nov. 21-22. North Carolina State Univ., School of Textiles, Box 7401, Raleigh, NC 27695; (919) 737-2261. OHIO: Cleveland Museum of Art. Exhibits: Needleꡑ, The Basket Makers, through Mar. 16. 11150 E. Blvd., Cleveland. Dyepots, and Looms: .Textile Traditions in India, through spring: Nmnura F'ukusa CoUection, Dec. 19-Mar. 23. Seminar: Rugs and kilims of the Transcaucasus, Nov. 20, 21. Lecture: Sheila Hicks on her Islamic tapestries, Dec. 5. 2320 S St. N.W., Washington, D.C. Nov. 30; Weavers, Merchants and Kings: The I Rugs oj Armenia, through Jan. 5; , Fukusa: The Shojiro CANADA: The Ba nff Centre, School of fine Arts. Classes in fiber and visual arts, Jan. 6-Apr. 2. Contact Mariette Rousseau-Vermette, Box 1020, Banff, Alberta, Canada, TOL OCO; (403) 762-6100. 18t Annual National Exhibition of Crafꡑ㭨၀: fibe'r, through Dec. 8. Cartwrigh t Street Gallery, 1411 Cartwright St., Granville Island, Vancou- Small-Scate fine ver, British Columbia V6H 3R7, Canada. Ontario Crafꡑ㭨၀ 'SiS. Through Nov. 29. MacDonald Gal- lery, Queen's Park, Toronto. Contact Alison Parsons, Ontario Crafts Council, 346 Dundas St. W., Toronto, Ontario M5T IG5, Canada; (416) 977-3551. OVERSEAS: Kawa8hima Textile School. Classes: Weaving (tapestry and dobby), Dec. 2-24; weaving (elementary). Nov. 16-28, Dec. 13-24; dyeing, Nov. 29Dec. 2. 418 Ichihara-cho, Shizuichi, Sakyo-ku. Kyoto, Japan; tel. (075) 741-3151, 3152, 2107; tlx. 5422767. HartneU: aothes by the Royal Couturier 19308' 19608. More than 30 Hartnell creations, including four royal dresses, ball gowns, afternoon and dinner dresses, suits and coats; through Feb. 2. The Museum of Costume at the Assembly Rooms, Bath, England. Art to Wear: New American Hand ArI, Penn. Ave. at 17th The Textile Art oj the Chiapas Maya, through nscrꡑbed rpieꡑes oj Indian Art, includes textiles Blue Gallery. Felted textiles by Layne GoldThe Woven and Graphic Art Through Dec. 1. Metropolitan Museum of Manila, PhilIppines. Organized by American Craft Museum, toured under auspices of U.S. Infonnation Agency ica Program. Contact S. Harkavy: (212) 869-9425. nuuUJ aothing. Arts Amer- Thread8 Magazine
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