2014 Raffle

Spin the wheel of fortune for a chance to win fabulous prizes in ATA’s Raffle!

11 Prizes, 11 Winners

Buy your tickets, or donate, today.

Payments for raffle tickets must be mailed by July 19, 2014. Please note that this is a postmark date.

 

All raffle tickets must be purchased through the mail. Download a raffle ticket order form.

Would you prefer to simply make a donation to ATA without buying raffle tickets?

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(Donations to ATA are tax deductible. Raffle ticket purchases are not tax deductible.)

Jane’s stunning tapestry Jane Kidd, "Imprimus," from the Handwork Series, framed in a black shadow box measuring 26 in x 20 in

Jane Kidd’s stunning tapestry, “Imprimus,” from the Handwork Series, framed in a black shadow box measuring 26 in x 20 in

All raffle tickets must be purchased in person, or though the mail.  Ticket pricing is as follows:
1-4 tickets                   $   20.00 each
5-9 tickets                   $   18.00 each
10 or more tickets     $   17.00 each

Print a ticket order form and mail it today. The drawing for the raffle will take place in late July 2014. Download a raffle ticket order form. Would you prefer to simply make a donation? Click the Donate button at the top of the page. All donations and proceeds from raffle ticket sales support ATA’s programming.

Thanks to the generous individuals and businesses that donated items for our raffle:

Jane Kidd, “Imprimus,” from the Handwork Series. Jane is an internationally known tapestry artist who resides in British Columbia. She taught at the Alberta College of Art + Design in Calgary, Alberta from 1979 until 2010. She has exhibited in numerous solo and over fifty group shows across Canada, the United States, Japan, Poland, Hungary and Australia.  Her work is to be found in private and public collections including the Canada Council Art Bank, the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Alberta Art Foundation, and The Canadian Museum of Civilization. She has produced several large commissions for public buildings in Canada. She was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Art in 2001 and was awarded the Alberta Craft Council Award of Excellence in 2008.

Fiber Art Now magazine connects and inspires the contemporary fiber arts and textiles community by featuring the most compelling work, ideas and craftsmanship. From the fascinating articles with full color images to the timely listings of events, Fiber Art Now will become your go to publication for inspiration and information.

Mirrix Tapestry and Bead Looms Mirrix looms are known for their sturdy frames, convenient shedding device and great tension. They are easy to travel with, easy to warp and great looking. You will discover, as so many others have, that your Mirrix loom will become indispensable.

Kathe Todd Hooker is a highly accomplished weaver with extensive teaching experience. Her instructional books are collected by tapestry weavers, both new and veteran. From the detailed technical descriptions to the clear illustrations, the information in these books will fill your technical toolbox to overflowing.

The Woolery is a family owned business that has been serving customers for over 30 years. They ship orders all over the world. Their mission is to provide fiber arts supplies at competitive prices with fast turn around times and excellent customer service.

Magpie Woodworks has been making beautiful, high performance tools for fiber artists since 2000. They pride themselves on providing customers with the best-quality products and personal service.  Their products are made with attention to detail, functionality, endurance and beauty.

For decades American Tapestry Alliance catalogs have been chronicling the developments in the international, contemporary tapestry field. From mural sized to small format, the tapestries in these catalogs will provide inspiration for years to come.