Tapestry Call for Entries

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.

Alibay and Saule Bapanov, "Lady Knight," 2006, 61" x 31"

Alibay and Saule Bapanov, “Lady Knight,” 2006, 61″ x 31″

Call for Entries

March 31, 2020: American Tapestry Alliance

Renditions 2020 is American Tapestry Alliance’s biennial unjuried small format tapestry exhibition held in conjunction with Convergence. Open to any member of ATA, this exhibition is a wonderful opportunity for new weavers to share their work with weaving enthusiasts. Experienced weavers often utilize this exhibition to experiment with new techniques and materials. Artists may also submit as a group. Tapestries can fall within traditional definitions of tapestry or push the boundaries. Multimedia work is welcome. For more information about the exhibition that will be held in Knoxville, TN please go here.

2021 Call For Entry in Serbia (Date To Be Determined–stay tuned!)

Atelier 61 (Atelje 61) has a long history of exhibiting tapestries in their own building in Novi Sad and other venues around Serbia. They are currently working on two exhibitions for 2021. One is their Tapestry Triennial and the other is an exhibition, yet to be named, that will be for contemporary tapestries woven in the USA. While we don’t have specific information about these exhibitions at this time, we do want to let you know at this early date that they are in the works. The size requirement for the USA tapestry exhibition is expected to be a minimum of one sqare meter. ATA is not sponsoring the USA exhibition, but it is partnering with Alelier 61 to get the information out to tapestry artists in the United States.  Please watch for more information.

Ongoing opportunities

Fate, Destiny & Self Determination

Co-create a tapestry installation with Line Dufour by weaving a shape that she sends to you. Visit the project website page. Email Line.

Artist Submissions, The Craft & Folk Art Museum Shop

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 museumshop@cafam.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

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

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.

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