American Tapestry Biennial 10


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Visions Art Museum
San Diego, CA

Kent State University Museum
Kent, Ohio

Omaha, Nebraska

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.

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

“Tempos Heterogeneos 2”
by Elke Otte Hulse


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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