American Tapestry Biennial 10

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Venues

Visions Art Museum
San Diego, CA
May 2 – July 20, 2014
May 10, 2014, 5:00 – 7:00pm: Opening reception
http://www.visionsartmuseum.org/index.asp

Kent State University Museum
Kent, Ohio
September 25, 2014 – January 4, 2015
September 25, 2014: Opening reception
http://www.kent.edu/museum/index.cfm

Kaneko
Omaha, Nebraska
February 6 – April 24, 2015
February 6, 2015: Opening reception
thekaneko.org

Accepted Artists

ATA is pleased to announce that the following artists have had tapestries accepted into ATB 10. From 118 artists who submitted 230 tapestries, Juror  Jessica Hemmings, Professor of Visual Culture and Head of the Faculty of Visual Culture at the National College of Art & Design, Dublin chose 37 tapestries.

Cecilia Blomberg, USA

Ann Booth, USA

Barbara Brophy, USA

Sanda Bucur, Romania

Don Burns, USA

Deborah Corsini, USA

Clare Coyle, United Kingdom

Linda Giesen, USA

Joan Griffin, USA

Dorthe Herup, Norway

Elke Otte Hulse, Brasil

Susan Iverson, USA

Anna Kocherovsky, USA

Annelise Kofoed-Hansen, Denmark

Lialia Kuchma, USA

Mary Lane, USA

Connie Lippert , USA

Margo Macdonald, USA

Anna Byrd Mays, USA

Rebecca Mezoff, USA

Ulrikka Mokdad, Denmark

Inge Norgaard , USA

Anna Olsson, Sweden

Suzanne Paquette, Canada

Christine Rivers, Canada

Michael Rohde, USA

Joanne Sanburg, USA

Jennifer Sargent, USA

Tommye Scanlin, USA

Kathy Spoering, USA

Misako Wakamatsu, Japan

Kristin Sæterdal, Norway

Verona Szabo , Hungary

Cornelia Theimer Gardella, USA

Alta Turner, USA

Sarah Warren, USA

Cheri White, USA

Teitelbaum Awards

Thanks to a  generous donation from the Teitelbaum Family Trust,  ATA offers awards to two ATB artists. The juror for the show bestows the awards on tapestries that (s)he considers to be of exceptional aesthetic and technical quality. The First Place Award is a $300.00 cash prize and Second Place is a $200.00 cash prize. Jessica Hemmings selected the following  tapestries for the Teitelbaum Awards.

FIRST PRIZE:
“Where have you been living since we last met? – Here and there.”
by Anna Olsson

SECOND PRIZE:
“Tempos Heterogeneos 2”
by Elke Otte Hulse

Juror

Jessica Hemmings is Professor of Visual Culture and Head of the Faculty of Visual Culture at the National College of Art & Design, Dublin. She studied Textile Design at the Rhode Island School of Design and received her PhD, awarded by the University of Edinburgh, in 2006.

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This project is supported in part by a grant from Friends of Fiber Art International.