Exhibitions

OOTB Exhibitions

              
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    All of the show's admission proceeds are donated to the work of the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Since 2003, the Stephen Lewis Foundation has worked with community-level organizations to provide care and support to women, orphaned children, grandmothers and people living in the 15 African countries hardest hit by HIV and AIDS. For more information, please visit www.stephenlewisfoundation.org.

  • “Summer Fibrations” at the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum – June 22 - July 6, 2019

Members in Exhibitions

The Mix of Six

'The Mix of the Six' exhibition is now on at Streve Design Studio, 64 Gore St. East in Perth. The Six participants are: Wendo van Essen, Karen Samanski, Rita Rottman, Garrie Bea Joyce, Nancy Garrard, and Meredith Filshie. The show is on until the end of March. On March 3 from 2-4 pm. several of The Six will be at the Gallery to talk about their creative journeys and to demonstrate work in progress. Please rsvp to the Studio if you plan to attend that day as there are space limitations. strevedesign@gmail.com

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Exhibitions

Painting with Fibres (Felting) - Intro(B) Instructor: Janet Tulloch
Create a landscape or still life with felt and other fibres using wet and dry felting techniques. On day 1 (6h), participants will create their "canvas" using an already prepared "prefelt" as background adding different colours of roving onto the background to produce the general forms for your artwork. On day 2 (3h), participants will do needle felting and simple stitching (by hand) for detail. Some materials included. This workshop is similar to the one Moy McKay gave in October 2018 for Wabi-Sabi but far less expensive!!!

April 27-28- SAT, 9:30AM-4:30PM & SUN, 9:30AM-12:30PM
Cost: $170
Location: Ottawa School of Art - Orleans Campus (lots of free parking) 245 Centrum Blvd., Orleans, ON K1E 0A1

To register:Telephone: 613 580 2765 F 613 580 2771, Email - osao.info@artottawa.ca

Quinte Fibre Artists present 'Evolving Traditions 2019' February 21 to March 27 at the Belleville Public Library, John M. Parrott Gallery, third floor 254 Pinnacle St., Belleville. Opening Reception, Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 2-4 pm. https://bellevillelibrary.ca/comingexhibitionsc1571.php

West Carleton Arts Society – an exploration of ideas about the creation and promotion of art.

              
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STITCHED: A Homecoming
Exhibit runs from Saturday January 19 to Saturday March 23 2019 at the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum

Stitched-A Homecoming

Works by: Anne Kelly & Heather Dubreuil
Vernissage: Saturday, 19 January 2019 from 2 to 4pm
Some twenty of Heather's 'Cityscapes' will be on display, along with the work of British textile artist Anne Kelly. Both Heather and Anne, originally from Ontario, expect to be on hand on Saturday the 19th to welcome SAQA friends and guests.
MVTM - Fall/Winter HOURS : Tuesday to Friday 10am – 4pm, Saturday noon – 4pm
                                             Closed Sunday & Monday         Museum Admission: $7.00


Show and Sale

Prince Edward County Fibre fest
The 3rd annual PEC FibreFest - Saturday May 25th, 2019 from 9 am to 4:30 pm. http://fibrefest.ca Dozens of diverse vendors carrying fibre, felted garments, hand dyed wool, fleece, yarns, pottery and so much more! Classes in felting, spinning, knitting, dyeing, crochet, and more. Visit fuzzy fibre friends including – alpacas, sheep, and rabbits. See sheep shearing demonstrations. $8 admission. Children 12 & under free.

Hintonburg Fabric Flea Market
1064 Wellington St W, Ottawa, ON K1Y 2Y3, Canada
Sat, May 4 AT 10 AM

Calls for Entry

UPCYCLE! (SAQA Global - all members) • Quilt Festival Houston 2019
Deadline: March 31, 2019

Repurposing used materials is one of the most effective solutions there is to deal with today's environmentally devastating waste issues. Fiber art also has a rich tradition of incorporating elements that would otherwise be discarded by turning them into compelling compositions. Challenge yourself to make a work that either incorporates recycled materials, be it cloth or non-fiber items, or that represents such a process visually. The exhibit is being juried by Katie Pasquini Masopust!
Check here for all the details: http://www.saqa.com/calendar-detail.php?ID=6010

SAQA – List of other calls or entry: http://www.saqa.com/calendar.php?ID=9
Note: Many of these are directed to local groups only.

World Textile Art Organization–WTA – International Call
Deadline for submission: March 24/2019.
For more information: http://madrid2019.wta-online.org/international-call/

The Grand National Committee and the Portage & District Arts Centre, Manitoba invite quilt and fibre artists from across Canada to participate in their 2019 thematic exhibition "STILL".
The committee challenges you to create a piece using the theme "Still". For example, your piece could celebrate the longevity of a place, event or idea; demonstrate the ability of an object to be motionless; slice out a millisecond of time in which a continuously moving object can be viewed as frozen in time or let your imagination interpret this theme some other way.
Entry submission Deadline – Saturday, April 13, 2019
For more details: http://www.grandnationalquiltshow.ca/?fbclid=IwAR2mvgmlbBJC3bUeuT3q_ENUOzchC71oLVStWWFSlvjYnFpj1kOoJme4qZU


Exhibition Archives

Year Mississippi Valley Textile Museum Kitchissippi
United Church
Stittsville Library Other Exhibitions
2019 Summer Fibrations Fibre Fling 2019    
2018   Fibre Fling 7 Favourite Quote Shenkman Arts Centre – Fibre Frolics
2017 Colour Unboxed Fibre Fling 6 Canadian Landscape Shenkman Arts Centre
2016   Fibre Fling 5 (Watch the Youtube interviews) Celebrate Shenkman Arts Centre
2015   Fibre Fling 4 Away with Words  
2014   Fibre Fling 3 1914  
2013   Fibre Fling 2 First Line of a Book  
2012   Fibre Fling From a Book