Fiber Galore - Weaving and other Fiber Arts
Presented through St. George Arts by the St. George Weaving Studio , February 1, 2019 - February 25, 2019
Fiber Galore is a weaving and fiber exhibit organized by Sandra Sandberg at the request of the St. George Arts Director to demonstrate the skills and talents of the weavers. Having a broad representation from weavers throughout Utah and the surrounding area is critical to adding value to the future existence of the St. George Weaving Studio. The exhibit will be held in the Red Cliffs Gallery in St. George.
Guild Show - For the Love of Fiber
The MMAWG is having its 25th Biennial Guild Show on 7 March to 24 April 2018. The theme is "For the Love of Fiber".
The Show will be held at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center, 1355 West 3100 South, Salt Lake City UT.
Artwork for this show can be made in any type of fiber art form — weaving, knitting, spinning, embroidery, basketry, felting, etc. Artwork should express the artist’s love of the fiber arts. This show represents all aspects of contemporary fiber art in Utah. Any Utah fiber artist may enter..
Entry Information. Drop off pieces on March 1, 2019, from noon to 6:00 p.m. at Utah Cultural Celebration Center. An entry fee of $15 (for Guild members) and $20 (for those who are not Guild members) will allow you to enter three pieces. Items completed in the past two years will be eligible for an award. You have the option of listing a selling price or marking the item not for sale. UCCC will deduct a 30 percent commission for all sold items.
Show Opening. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, March 7, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Awards will be presented, refreshments will be served, and all attendees can see the show.
Awards. A number of awards will be presented, including awards from Handwoven, Complex Weavers, and the national Surface Design Association. The Mary Atwater Weavers Guild will offer awards in the categories of functional and non-functional textiles, as well as Best of Show and People’s Choice.
This show is a unique chance to show off your talents not only in weaving, but knitting, spinning, lace, and all other fiber arts.
Your art will be on display for six weeks.Your projects must have been completed with in the previous two years.
The exhibit is a juried event. This allows you have your art judged by an expert in the field.
You may list your items for sale, with 30% of the sale price going to the Utah Cultural Center as a commission for hosting the event.
This is a great conference in a beautiful setting. They have 3 day and one day workshops taught by top professionals. The conference is held every other year.
The next conference is 25 - 28 July 2019 at Fort Lewis College in Durango
See Intermountain Weaver's for more information