Tapestry Exhibition Listings

To add a listing, email ATA’s webmistress. Please send the name of the show, the dates, location, open hours, a website, if available, and contact information.

Exhibition Listings

  • Woven By Hand: Contemporary Canadian Tapestries

August 25, 2019–October 6, 2019 Woven By Hand: Contemporary Canadian Tapestries is a collective of recent tapestries designed and woven by 11 Canadian tapestry artists. Each artist is a master in the art and craft of tapestry weaving, having dedicated many decades to creation in this medium and each is recognized internationally for their outstanding artistry, achievements and commitment to the medium. Visit here for more details.

  • IMPACT: Climate Change

September 8, 2019–October 13, 2019 and December 16, 2019-March 13, 2020 This exhibition is a collaborative juried exhibit between Tapestry Weavers West and Tapestry Weavers in New England. It will include 32 tapestries by 28 artists expressing their concerns with many different aspects of climate change. It will open at the Belmont Gallery of Art, 19 Homer St, Belmont, MA in September 8 to October 13, 2019. The reception will be Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 1 pm – 3 pm. Then it will open at the Mills Building, 220 Montgomery St. San Francisco, CA. December 16 to March 13, 2020. A reception is planned on Thursday, Jan 30, 2020 from 5:30-7:30 pm. Both venues are public buildings open 9-5 every weekday. There will be a catalog available through TWW. For more information go here.

  • International Quilt & Fiber Arts Festival 2019

October 11, 2019–October 13, Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm This event is being held at the Edward D. Hansen Conference Center at 2000 Hewitt Ave., Everett WA. For more information, please go here.

  • Circles and Squares

Ongoing If you wish to view the tapestries from the AuNZ Tapestry Group Projects 2010, visit the online gallery.

  • Melancholy at the Bottom of Everything… Forever

Ongoing A juried online exhibit that includes the work of Barbara Heller.

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