To submit Tapestry Call for Entries, email ATA’s webmistress. Please send the name of the opportunity, the deadline for submission, a website, if available, and contact information.
Call for Entries
Deadline: May 26, 2019 Following the success of Heallreaf and Heallreaf 2, entries are now invited for the next in this biennial series of prestigious exhibitions which is to be held in September & October 2019. In a change from the previous two exhibitions, we have decided to use larger spaces in Nottingham and London so we will be able to accommodate larger works.
Our jurors this year are the artists Barbara Burns, Cos Ahmet and Susan Sherritt current manager of The Harley Gallery.
For full details of how to enter please see the Heallreaf 3 website at www.heallreaf.com.
- Celebrating American Craft – Southern Style
Deadline: May 31, 2019 Artists from Virginia, North and South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Florida may apply to this juried exhibition of Fine American Craft. All craft art made with clay, metals, fiber arts, and glass will be considered. Work may be influenced by traditional southern craft techniques or inspired by the southern lifestyle, themes from southern literature and music or the beautiful nature and landscape of the Southern States. Invited Artists are responsible for the expense of shipping their work and the Gallery will pay return shipping costs. Invited artists may also deliver and pick up their work – at their own expense. All works must have been created in the past two years and may be for sale or not for sale. Online entry. For more information, please contact David Heustess at email@example.com
- International Fiber Arts IX
Deadline: June 4, 2019 International Fiber Arts IX is a juried exhibition presenting a distinct approach to innovative and traditional fiber techniques, and a contemporary concept for the use of traditional and unusual materials. The chosen work invites the viewer to experience the many facets of fiber art. Accepting both two or three-dimensional pieces including wearable and installation art. Jurors are Janet De Boer, Australian and former editor of Textile Fibre Forum magazine and current editor of Fibre Forum E-bulletin, Jorie Johnson, felt artist living in Japan, and Gerhardt Knodel, practicing artist and former Director of Cranbrook Academy of Arts fiber arts program. Awards: 1st place $500, 2nd place $300, 3rd place $100, two $50 Coordinators’ Awards, and Surface Design Association’s membership Award of Excellence. Go here for entry details.
- Fate, Destiny & Self Determination
- Artist Submissions, The Craft & Folk Art Museum Shop
Ongoing. The Craft & Folk Art Museum Shop continues museum founder Edith Wyle’s mission to share beautiful, handmade art objects from around the globe. f you think you make something that fits the Craft & Folk Art Museum Shop, we’d love to see your work. We regularly review artist submissions. To be considered for consignment shop representation, please e-mail the following to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the artist’s name as the message subject:
- Artist/process statement
- 6 high-quality JPG images, 6 inches longest side at 300 dpi. Please do not send files over 2 MB. Images must be saved with the following file name format: Medium_Lastname_Retail Price_Image#.jpg.
- Numbered image inventory including title, dimensions, medium, date and retail price for each image.
Visit website for more information: www.cafamshop.org
- Fiber Art Now
Ongoing. Fiber Art Now, a quarterly publication, is calling for articles that will support its mission to connect and inspire the fiberarts and textiles community with the most compelling work in the field. http://fiberartnow.net/submissions/.
Other Call for Entry Listings
- Fiber Art Calls for Entry
Fiber Art Calls for Entry is a blog listing current and upcoming opportunities. Read it here or subscribe.
CaFÉ calls for entry is managed by the Western States Arts Federation, a non-profit arts service organization dedicated to the creative advancement and preservation of the arts. To subscribe click here.