The unjuried small format exhibition is open to members of ATA and is an exciting opportunity to see and share members’ work with one another. Held in conjunction with the Handweavers Guild of America’s conference, Convergence, this exhibition spotlights tapestry as a part of the handweaving tradition. Tapestries submitted are no larger than 10″ in width or height, often making this an ideal opportunity for weavers to experiment with materials, techniques, or colors.
Due to COVID-19, the Renditions 2020 unjuried small format exhibition will not be installed for in-person viewing, however, it will live in perpetuity as an online exhibition here on the ATA website. Some members organized a theme and submitted work as a collective group. These themes are organized by tapestry weaving groups and can be viewed here. Individuals who submitted separately are presented below. In a way, this online platform provides an opportunity to expand the reach of this exhibition as well as recognize the historical event of such magnitude that kept us from viewing this work in person. Please enjoy the tapestries of nearly 300 members and let it inspire you to participate in the next unjuried small format show!
Images are alphabetically arranged by last name of each tapestry weaver.