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Fiberarts and textile related conferences, workshops, and events are added on a regular basis. If your event is not shown here, please add the information using the Add Event link. Events are listed in chronological order and remain listed for seven days after their last day. Use the Complete Listing links to see all the events in a given category. Conferences

Reno, NV USA. Registration is now open for HGA’s biennial Convergence Conference, exhibitions, shopping, fashion show, tours, workshops, seminars, lectures, and more. To sign up for Special Events, Tours and Day Passes, register separately online or call (678) 730-0010.

One of the longest running quilting conferences in the country, Quilting by the Lake brings in some of the most renown artists in the quilting field from around the world to teach classes on techniques, hand and machine sewing, design, mixed media, and a wide variety of surface design. The conference also includes faculty lectures, trunk shows, a mini-mall, quilt show, vendors, a stitching night, and an outing to the Schweinfurth Art Center for a special exhibit.

Complete listing of fiber related events which are shorter and more informal than conferences. These events are often limited to a single topic, Ranging from a gathering of fiber friends to a more formal class with a leader from outside the area.

Try your hand at the involved dye-layering process of ikat in a step-by-step, hands-on binding and dyeing workshop. No experience necessary. All materials will be provided. Please wear clothes appropriate for working with dyes. Attendees will leave with a sample of the process.

Using 26 gauge gold tone wire, beads and simple knitting techniques students will create beautiful and unique bracelets. Participants will also make simple clasps, jump rings, and learn how to attach clasps and toggles to make the bracelets functional. A knowledge of knitting is advisable but not required.

ANNEMARIE POMP is a retired art teacher in Hertford, NC. She is originally from New Jersey, she relocated to North Carolina in 2006. Annemarie creates in many mediums – paint, clay, fiber, and metal. She continues to share her love of the arts and finds inspiring others to create to be very important.

Explore mark making and composition in fiber and fabric, and make a personal statement in fiber. Create exciting and interesting pieces of art from clothing, recycled textiles and various fibers. Learn techniques and styles for stitching together a good composition, either by machine or hand. We will cover fabric ideas, incorporating mixed media, various stitching and embroidery techniques, with an emphasis on hand stitching.

Portland, OR. The exhibition features Clarissa Rizal’s Resilience Robe, Lily Hope’s Heritage Robe, and a series of Ravenstail robes from Teri Rofkar of Sitka, Alaska. In addition, the exhibition will feature a robe called Weavers Across the Waters, a community-woven robe including work by more than 40 weavers from the Northwest Coast and into Canada, all of whom contributed an original weaving to the full-size robe. 503-226-2811

Whether it is about passing a thread or filament through a material to join pieces together, or used in the act of mending or repair, or added to an object or material for embellishment and decoration, the stitch has long been an essential and fundamental element of textile and fiber arts practice. Three artists, each with extensive experience in using the stitch in the act of art making, come together at Textile Center this summer to share their work through three unique exhibitions and special guest teaching artist workshops to share their talents with you.

Many Hands fiber Arts Festival in Telluride, Co. at the newly remodeled Telluride School on Colorado Avenue. We accept and display all types of fiber arts, weaving and pattern and art quilts. We have classes being offered by Carol Ann Waugh of Stupendous Stitching, and Stitch and Slash.

Hand-spinners, knitters, & other fiber artists will find fleece and yarn. Many of the yarns are in one of the alpacas’ natural colors, spun from the fleece of a single animal. Bring your camera and get a shot of the alpaca who provided the raw material for your next project.

Visitors can chat with four long-time livestock breeders who’ve raised llamas, horses, sheep, and goats. They’ve found that alpacas are a perfect match for owners of small acreages or for crafters looking for their own four-legged fiber producers.

Fiberart International is produced by FIBERARTS GUILD OF PITTSBURGH, INC., a non-profit, member supported organization that promotes the appreciation of fiber art and fosters its creative development and continuance. Since 1967, the Fiberarts Guild has sponsored juried exhibitions that bring innovative contemporary works of art in fiber from around the world to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Fiberart International 2019 seeks to exhibit the best of contemporary art and invites submissions that reflect a wide range of works related to the fiber medium. The exhibition is recognized around the world as a benchmark that documents trends and innovations in the field. The goal of the exhibition is to include innovative work rooted in traditional fiber materials, structure, processes and history, as well as art that explores unexpected relationships between fiber and other creative disciplines.

360 XOCHI QUETZAL is a FREE Artist Residency located on Lake Chapala, Mexico. The deadline for our Winter Fiber Residency Program is Sunday, July 29, 2018 (for the December 15, 2018 – January 14, 2019 residency). 2018 Fiber Residency welcomes International fiber artists working in all fiber mediums. Apply through CAFÉ, www.callforentry.org/

This juried exhibit for our Quilt & Fiber Arts Festival 2018 is open to all quilters and fiber artists, nationally and internationally. Our Festival is a unique combination of both extraordinary quilt artists and a variety of fiber art techniques and mediums submitted by wonderfully skilled artisans. Festival Date: October 12-14, 2018 LocationL Everett, WA

The 9th annual 10x10x10xTieton call for entry is now open! This international small works exhibition invites artists to submit works 10 inches by 10 inches by 10 inches or smaller, no media restrictions. All accepted works, to be featured in the exhibition at the Mighty Tieton Warehouse beginning August 11, are published in a fully illustrated, hand bound exhibition catalogue made right here at Paper Hammer Studio! Each accepted artist receives one free copy. All media welcome!

International lecturer and traveler Jenny Balfour-Paul is author of three books on indigo, an exhibition curator, a consultant for two documentaries on indigo, and also a dyer. She will give an illustrated overview of indigo, followed by a show-and-tell and a special tour of the galleries to examine and discuss varied examples of indigo-dyed textiles from Asia.