The Biggest Little Tapestries in the World!: 12th international, unjuried small format tapestry exhibition
The Biggest Little Tapestries in the World! is open to all weavers. We invite entries which fit more traditional definitions of tapestry, and also entries that expand upon the core principles of the medium as they explore new techniques and processes. Multimedia work is welcome. The Biggest Little Tapestries in the World! will hang at the Northwest Reno Public Library, 2325 Robb Drive. The entry form (intent to participate) is due February 15, 2018. The tapestry, and an image of the tapestry is not due until March 31, 2018.
Past Unjuried Small Format Shows
Tapestry Unlimited: 11th international, unjuried small format tapestry exhibition
Tapestry Unlimited was exhibited at the Milwaukee Public Library, Central Branch, 814 Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, from July 26 – August 11, 2016. Thanks to the Exhibition Chair, Janna Maria Vallee and her committee, Lindsey Marshall, Catalog Designer, Susan Rubendall, Fran Williamson and Ruth Manning.
Order the Tapestry Unlimited catalog.
UNTITLED/UNJURIED: small format tapestry 2014
UNTITLED/UNJURIED: small format tapestry 2014 was exhibited from July 8 – August 8, 2014 at the University of Rhode Island Feinstein Providence Campus Gallery, in Providence, Rhode Island. Thanks to all of the artists who entered this show and the Exhibition Committee, Jan Austin, Lindsay Marshall, Joan Bartram and Rosalie Allgair.
Order the UNTITLED/UNJURIED catalog.
Pacific Portals 2012
The 9th, international, Unjuried Small Format Show sponsored by the ATA was held in Long Beach, California from July 7 – August 30, 2012. The exhibit Pacific Portals, featured contemporary tapestries by established and emerging artists who were encouraged to experiment with technique and push boundaries as they worked within the 10 X 10 inch limitation in size. The exhibit was hung at the Long Beach Public Library – Main Branch. Thanks to the exhibition team: Nicki Bair, Karen Leckart and Merna Strauch.
Order the Pacific Portals catalog.
Enchanted Pathways, 2010
“Enchanted Pathways,” hosted by the William and Joseph Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, included 179 tapestries submitted by artists living in 12 different countries. Thanks to Letty Roller and her exhibition team, Lany Eila, Ann Hackett, Joni Parman, Mary Cost, Virginia de Rochemont, Ken Coleman and Janice Peters, LaDonna Mayer and Katherine Perkins for all their hard work in making this popular show such a success.
Woven Gems, 2008
Grand Ideas, 2006
Grand Rapids, Michigan View the tapestries in Grand Ideas.
Small Format Frontiers, 2004