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Open Call 2018 – Call For Artists

Open Call 2018 – Call For Artists

The Shed announces a call for artists for Open Call 2018, a showcase for local emerging artists. The Open Call program provides support, visibility, and recognition for NYC early-career artists aged over 18 to create and present new work in a unique space. Open Call values proposals that are cross-disciplinary, inventive, and bold.

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Deadline: 4 May 2018

Submissions for Open Call 2018 should be idea-driven, poetic, and realized feasibly. Artists should be inclusive and equitable as they engage their ideas and communities with intellectual and aesthetic rigor. Open Call supports NYC’s diversity of emerging talent in many forms—including artistic media, race, ethnicity, age, identity, physical abilities, and experience.

Eligibility and Criteria

  • Early career artists and art collectives (no educational requirement)
  • Disciplines include, but are not limited to, performing arts (dance, theater, comedy), visual arts, music, literary arts, film, fashion, design, and science, as well as interdisciplinary and new-media work
  • Must currently live and/or work in NYC
  • Must be able to commit to three visits/work review sessions within the five boroughs by The Shed’s staff over the course of the commissioning period

Open Call 2018 Artist Benefits

Participation in Open Call is free. All artists/collectives selected will receive a commissioning fee of $7,000 – $15,000 to support the creation of their work. Open Call will occupy various spaces at The Shed throughout the year including one of the galleries, the theater, and the outdoor plaza. This allows for artistic diversity in commissioned works. Open Call artists working in the theater and plaza space will follow each other within a presentation period. The gallery space will be presented as a group exhibition. Because every eligible and complete submitted application will be reviewed by the Open Call panel, the program is an opportunity to present your work and ideas to The Shed’s expert staff and distinguished guest reviewers.

About The Shed

The Shed, opening in spring 2019 where the High Line meets Hudson Yards on Manhattan’s west side, will be the first arts center designed exclusively to commission, produce, and present all types of performing arts, visual arts, and popular culture. From hip hop to classical music, visual art to literature, film to theater and dance, The Shed will bring together leading artists from all art forms under one roof. The building is an innovative 200,000-square-foot structure designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group. It can physically transform to support artists’ most ambitious ideas.

Committed to supporting artistic invention and nurturing creativity, The Shed is led by artistic director and CEO Alex Poots. He will bring together artists from a broad range of genres and backgrounds. This will include innovative thinkers from the sciences, technology, and humanities to advance culture in the 21st century. Nurturing artists at the beginning of their careers is a central commitment for The Shed. It is as integral to their mission as commissioning and presenting new work by established artists.

For more information, contact opencall@theshed.org.

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Reclaiming My Pride – Call For Artists

Reclaiming My Pride – Call For Artists

Davler Media Group’s Metrosource, the largest circulation LGBTQ publication serving New York City and Los Angeles, and second largest nationally, and One World Observatory, at the top of One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, announce a call for artists for Reclaiming My Pride, a national art contest designed to showcase the spirit of community, creativity, and charity in America’s LGBTQ populace.

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Deadline: 18 May 2018

Top contestants will be honored at a private gala/reception on June 20 and featured in a public exhibition held at One World Observatory during NYC Pride Week from June 21 -24. The winners will also be featured in the magazine’s August/September issue, along with its online and social media platforms. The event will benefit The Ali Forney Center, an organization that protects LGBTQ youth from homelessness and empowers them with the tools to live independently.

The competition is open to all artists in the 50 states whose work reflects the spirit of community and acceptance represented by LGBTQ pride, which was ignited by the 1969 Stonewall Riots, a cornerstone event in the movement towards equality. Artists may enter the contest by digitally submitting an image or video link of their painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and fashion designs, along with an up to 200 word statement describing how it fits within the community, creativity and charity themes of the contest. Artists are also asked to submit a 100-word bio. There is no cost for submission.

Entries will be judged by a panel of esteemed artists, curators, and notables in creative pursuits, such as film and the Broadway stage. The list presently includes contemporary painters Scooter LaForge and Elisabeth Condon, pioneering 3D video artist Ali Hossaini, mixed media artist Fawn Rogers, gallerist/curator Christopher Pusey and Scott Frankel, Tony-nominated composer of Broadway musicals including War Paint and Grey Gardens, along with Davler staff.

Reclaiming My Pride Artist Benefits

The panel will select 10 finalists whose works will be featured in the exhibition at One World Observatory. The physical works will need to be shipped to Metrosource. One winner selected from the finalists will receive hotel and air travel for two to the Reclaiming My Pride event, along with two VIP tickets to opening night, and a cash prize of $1,000.

The winner and finalists will be feted at a private opening for the Reclaiming My Pride exhibition at One World Observatory, 285 Fulton Street, on the evening of June 20, 2018. Their works will be on public display from June 21 – 24, 2018, Gallery hours: 9 am to 9 pm. The artists will also have the option of making a donation in support of The Ali Forney Center, a New York City-based LGBTQ charity.

Metrosource will devote a feature in its August/September issue to the works and the backstories of these talented artists. Its online destination and social media platforms will feature video interviews with each of the exhibited artists along with digital images of their works.

About Metrosource

Founded in 1990, Metrosource was the first glossy publication for LGBTQ people to be free of sexually explicit advertising. Metrosource has grown to have the largest circulation of any publication designed for the LGBTQ community, in both the New York and Los Angeles markets, and the second largest circulation for any such publication nationwide. Metrosource’s National Edition provides unique coverage of arts and entertainment, can’t-miss events, gay-friendly travel, and the continuing global struggle for marriage equality. It’s NYC and LA editions expand this with in-depth coverage of local events, bars, restaurants, shopping, and one-of-a-kind directories for finding businesses that are excited to serve the needs of LGBTQ people.

For more information, contact sal@cataldipr.com.

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Creative Climate Awards 2018 – Call For Artists

Creative Climate Awards 2018 – Call For Artists

The Human Impacts Institute announces a call for artists for the Creative Climate Awards 2018, a series of events showcasing artists creating climate-inspired, public works. In an effort to inspire us to think more critically about our actions and their impacts, the Creative Climate Awards program uses the arts and creativity to share knowledge, broaden the climate conversation, educate, and incite action.

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Deadline: 31 May 2018

Creative Climate Awards 2018 submissions may include 2D works including graphic design, drawings, painting, photographs, collage, and mixed media; films (both shorts and feature length); and performative works including dance, theatre, and music.

Selections Announced: June 15th

The first place artist will receive a grand cash prize of $2,000. All artists accepted to participate in the Creative Climate Awards will be able to participate in a month long exhibit at 42nd St. gallery in New York City. Artists receive a 50% commission on each sale. Attendee artists on opening night will be able to interact with other artists and the public through a meet-and-greet session to discuss their work. Artists will be highlighted on the Human Impacts Institute’s social media leading up to and throughout the month-long exhibit.

Thanks to the Taipei Economic Cultural Office in NYC for their support.

About Human Impacts Institute

Human Impacts Institute are social entrepreneurs who create and share innovative approaches to tackling social and environmental issues. Programs pair artists and scientists to engage new audiences in climate change solutions, bring youth to the boardroom, and get policy makers’ hands dirty as they care for local street trees. The Institute is action-oriented. The Institute helps people of diverse ages and backgrounds connect personally to the most pressing environmental issues. They give them the tools needed to take positive, long-term actions. The Institute believes the environment is not separate from our society and that healthy communities, stable economies, and social equity cannot exist without environmental well-being. They go beyond doling out information in hope that people will change. Instead, they inspire people to transform their behavior by making issues personal to their lives.

For more information, contact outreach@humanimpactsinstitute.org.

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Focus 2018 – Call For Artists

Focus 2018 – Call For Artists

b.j. spoke gallery announces a call for artists for Focus 2018, a national, fine art photography competition juried by Kelly Sidley, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art, NY.

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Deadline: 30 Apr 2018

Entry Fee: $35 for up to 6 images/works, all of which could be selected for exhibition. Artists will be judged on their body of work. Open to U.S. residents 18 years of age or older.

Focus 2018 Juror: Kelly Sidley, Curatorial Assistant, Museum of Modern Art, NY. Ms. Sidley was a Lecturer (2007-2015) in MoMA’s Education Department and contributed to many exhibitions including Out of Time: Contemporary Art from the Collection (2006-2007); Comic Abstraction: Image-Breaking, Image-Making (2007); Aernout Mik (2009); Inbox: Hans-Peter Feldmann (2017); and Louise Lawler: Why Pictures Now (2017).

Selected artists will have up to six pieces included in a one month exhibition at the b.j. spoke gallery in Huntington, NY from August 1-26, 2018. b.j. spoke gallery will host and promote an opening reception on August 4th 6-9pm for exhibiting artists and guests. Winners posted on b.j. spoke website with featured works and artists statement, in social media, and local press.

About b.j. spoke gallery

b.j. spoke gallery is an artist owned and run cooperative art gallery and non profit 501(c)(3) organization, in Huntington, NY. They exhibit the work of members 10 to 12 months yearly. Members embrace many media, styles, and expression. They not only bring art to b.j. spoke gallery, but also share their expertise and talents in successfully managing the gallery. Members’ dedication to the arts and b.j. spoke gallery has enabled the gallery to hang one show per month, run two juried competitions per year, and have an open submissions event for our community, as well as host poetry nights, charity events, artist talks, and a bi-monthly artist circle discussion group. Perhaps most important, the gallery provides a space for the community. Members talk about art and the ideas that keep them painting, sculpting, moving, and changing.

For more information, contact manager@bjspokegallery.com.

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Pushing Paper – Call For Artists

Pushing Paper – Call For Artists

Barrett Art Center and the Dutchess County Art Association announces a call for artists for Pushing Paper: Realizing the Potential of the Medium. This call seeks work that explores and manipulates the materiality of paper and works on paper,. Submissions may include watercolor, oil, photography, prints, digital work, and drawings. Artists are invited to provide a juxtaposition of traditional styles and cutting-edge practices. In addition to 2-D works in all media, sculpture and installation submissions are encouraged.

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Deadline: 16 May 2018

Paul Wong, Pushing Paper Juror: Master Papermaker, Dieu Donné (”Papermill”, Brooklyn Navy Yard)

The galleries in Barrett Art Center’s 1840s Greek Revival townhouse create a visually-compelling setting for both traditional and contemporary works. National exhibitions are visited by art enthusiasts and collectors from the Hudson Valley and surrounding areas including New York City, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the New England states.

Exhibition marketing strategies through Barrett Art Center’s:

  • Online newsletters, over 2,600 subscribers, with action links to drive traffic to the DCAA website and connect readers to relevant artist contact information on online galleries for each exhibition, all of which are archived on the site for viewing after the show
  • Press releases submitted to more than 80 print and electronic media outlets in the Hudson Valley with consistent local newspaper coverage
  • Website which attracts over 2,200 unique visitors on average each month
  • Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts

About Barrett Art Center

Barrett Art Center was founded by WPA-era artist Thomas W. Barrett, Jr. as the Dutchess County Art Association in 1935. The center brings hundreds of artists from across the nation to the Hudson Valley in juried exhibitions and solo shows each year. Their reputation for high-quality exhibitions and programs attracts annually thousands of art enthusiasts to an 1840s Greek Revival townhouse-turned gallery. Arts professionals from Barrett Art Center are part of the curatorial team which jurors shows.

For more information, contact director@barrettartcenter.org.

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Trestle Artist Residency – Call For Artists

Trestle Artist Residency – Call For Artists

Trestle Art Space (TAS) is accepting applications ($10 fee) for the Trestle Artist Residency, housing not provided.

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Deadline: 1 Apr 2018

Residency Dates: July 1 – December 31, 2018

The Trestle Artist Residency is a professional development program which aims to provide space, community, and exhibition opportunities for emerging artists. These goals are achieved through six to twelve month residencies. This residency is aimed at helping artists find a foothold in the art world while they develop a new body of work as an Trestle Art Space Member.

The Trestle Artist Residency residency is ideal for artists:

  • Developing a new body of work
  • Entering or re-entering the art world
  • Who have graduated with a BFA or MFA within the past two years

The Trestle Artist Residency (open or private studio) comes with 24/7 access to discounted studio space, and includes monthly advisor meetings with one of three advisors: Christina Kelly, Jason Stopa, or Adrienne Tarver. Each of the twelve meetings include formal critiques, studio visits with NYC curators and art world professionals, and opportunities to exhibit resident artwork curated by prominent guest curators.

Residents receive a 10% discount on the TAS Membership. Residents are given the opportunity to exhibit their work at Trestle. By participating in this program, artists take advantage of networking and community building opportunities in addition to having access to low-cost studio space. Residents give back to the community. They peek into the administrative end of the art world by volunteering in the gallery or studio for three hours per month.

About Trestle Art Space

Trestle Art Space is a 501c3 non-profit contemporary art space. It is located in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, and was established in 2012 in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Their mission is to foster creativity and community by offering exhibition, education, and networking opportunities for contemporary artists and curators. They provide a place for creative people to focus on the development of their art and career. The mission is carried out through four core programs: contemporary exhibitions, professional development, community classes, and residencies.

For more information, contact trestle@brooklynartspace.org.

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Interior – Call For Artists

Interior – Call For Artists

Mills Pond Gallery invites artists to submit works for Interior, a juried exhibition June 30 – July 28, 2018. Juried by Edmond Rochat, Interior will showcase drawings and oil paintings which express the various meanings found in the spaces we inhabit, the objects we encounter, and the people with whom we interact.

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Deadline: 11 May 2018

Entry Fee $45/3 images.

The exhibition will accept oil paintings and drawings in graphite or charcoal. The exhibition seeks work that does not separate representational skill from emotional content, but sees both as necessary ingredients for a meaningful work of art.

Selected artists will have the opportunity to exhibit in an historic gallery facility that is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Awards are $700 Best in Show, $400 Second Place, and $200 Third Place.

About Smithtown Township Arts Council

Smithtown Township Arts Council operates Mills Pond Gallery in an historic Greek Revival building built in 1838. Adaptation of Mills Pond House for public use has introduced modern mechanical systems to the structure without impairing its historic integrity. Gallery lighting and handicapped access have been designed to complement the original building. Notable among the ca. 1838 Grecian details are the gold-veined marble mantelpieces, ornamental plater centres applied to the ceilings, and front and rear stoops supported by wooden Doric columns.

Mills Pond house preserves the locality’s name, but departs from tradition in other respects. Its high-style Grecian design is unusual on Long Island. The hand of an accomplished architect is nearly unique at this early date. Pollard’s influence is seen in the use of imported materials: Albany boards, Carolina yellow pine, English glass, Connecticut stone, and Santo Domingan mahogany. The silvered hardware, decorative plaster, and carpeting were bought in New York City shops. William Wickham Mills died in 1865. His home descended in the family until its gift to the Town of Smithtown in 1976. Today, it is preserved for use as an arts-related facility.

For more information, contact gallery@stacarts.org.

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Locust Grove Estate Solo Shows 2019 – Call For Artists

Locust Grove Estate Solo Shows 2019 – Call For Artists

Locust Grove, the Samuel F.B. Morse Estate, is partnering with Barrett Art Center to announce four solo show opportunities in 2019. Each 10-12 week show presents artists with the opportunity to present a solo show of 20-30 artworks in the Transverse Gallery in the Visitor Center at Locust Grove, a National Historic Landmark museum, education center, and nature preserve which attracts over 90,000 visitors each year, with a strong record of solo show artwork sales.

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Deadline: 1 May 2018

Locust Grove Estate Solo Shows 2019 are available for 2D artwork. Barrett Art Center encourages artists to develop new works of art for this exhibition opportunity. In an effort to give artists time to prepare, solo shows are being offered now for calendar year 2019.  Accepted artwork must be properly mounted, framed, and ready to hank from a track-type hanging system. Artwork may be either for sale or for exhibition only. Recommended number of works for display is 20-30 pieces, depending on size. If selected for Locust Grove Estate Solo Shows 2019, the images submitted for review do not necessarily have to be among the works exhibited. Please note the galleries are frequented by visitors of all ages, including school groups. Artists’ discretion is requested. Locust Grove reserves the right to not exhibit any artwork that does not meet our display criteria.

Locust Grove Estate Solo Shows 2019 Artist Benefits

Barrett Art Center and Locust Grove will work together to oversee the marketing of the exhibition through press releases sent to their media lists and announcements to our mailing lists. The solo show will be posted on each organization’s website. Locust Grove will assist the artist with on-site signage. Selected artists are invited, though not required, to present a public artists’ talk at Barrett Art Center during their solo show. Terms for sale of artwork: artist receives 75%; commission is 25%.

About Barrett Art Center

Barrett Art Center, founded by WPA-era artist Thomas W. Barrett, Jr. as the Dutchess County Art Association in 1935, brings hundreds of artists from across the nation to the Hudson Valley in juried exhibitions and solo shows each year. Their reputation for high-quality exhibitions and programs attracts annually thousands of art enthusiasts to an 1840s Greek Revival townhouse-turned gallery. Arts professionals from Barrett Art Center are part of the curatorial team which jurors shows.

Locust Grove was the nineteenth-century country estate of Samuel Morse who, in addition to being the inventor of the telegraph and Morse Code, was an artist and the founder of the National Academy of Design. In the twentieth century, the estate was owned by Poughkeepsie’s prominent Young family. They were noted collectors of Hudson River School paintings and the founders of the museum.

For more information, contact director@barrettartcenter.org.

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In The Groove – Call For Artists

In The Groove – Call For Artists

Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition announces a call for artists for In The Groove focusing on digital original album cover art. This national print exhibition seeks to celebrate the mutually inspiring, creative relationship between music and art. It recognizes the profound cultural impact and influence of the art form itself, its trailblazing history, and ever evolving visual and conceptual strategies.

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Deadline: 10 Mar 2018

Entry fee: $15/one image, $5/each, up to two additional artworks

Artwork must be the copyright property of the artist and is:

  • by you for your own album of music, or
  • a hypothetical/conceptual album cover inspired by a band/album/song (famous or obscure), or
  • a commissioned piece for an actual band with express written permission to exhibit the image.

All work must be for sale; minimum $50 (30% commission to BWAC.) Artists’ submissions to be digital artwork only.

Jurors: Sal Cataldi, NYC-based musician and publicist, leader of critically acclaimed Spaghetti Eastern Music, founder and creative director of Cataldi Public Relations. Wendi Gueorguiev, BWAC Performance Series Coordinator, exhibiting artist.

In The Groove will be on view for three seasons, from May 12th – October 28th, 2018, in the performance area of BWAC’s gallery. BWAC will print and hang accepted submissions. Eighteen thousand annual visitors pass through the BWAC Gallery in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

About Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition

BWAC’s 25,000 square foot gallery is in a Civil War-era warehouse on the Red Hook waterfront. The vista of New York Harbor, spanning the Statue of Liberty to the Verrazano Bridge, is one of the best in the city. Gallery-goers enjoy the nearby restaurants, bars, IKEA, and Fairway Market.

For over 20 years, BWAC has provided support for musicians and performers, offering performance based opportunities to participate as a major feature of opening receptions and specially themed exhibitions. Performances complement ongoing programming. Some notable events have included a long-running acoustic series, Red Hook Unplugged, an exhibition of Caribbean art and music, and the staging of multiple outdoor battle-of-the-bands featuring local rock groups. Musicians and performers from around the world perform on the BWAC stage on weekends from 1-6 pm throughout each exhibition season. The art exhibitions and performances are free and open to the public.

For more information, contact bwacmusic@gmail.com.

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Artists In Residence Cycle 10 – Call For Artists

Artists In Residence Cycle 10 – Call For Artists

The Textile Arts Center (TAC) announces a call for artists for their Artists In Residence Cycle 10. Over the course of nine months, eight artists and designers delve into a full curriculum underscored by continuous critical dialogue. Ongoing conversations allow artists to foster greater consciousness within their practices and center their work.

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Deadline: 19 Mar 2018

Residents study weaving, knitting, and surface design, along with textile history, modern craft theory, and professional development. Through balanced examination of historical and topical practices, residents develop contemporary works with a solid appreciation for common artistic heritage. Structured weekly seminars are moderated by some of today’s leading business and textile innovators. At AIR, students are able to advance and elevate their work, actively pursue their career ambitions, and share their knowledge outside of the studio walls.

Artists In Residence Cycle 10 structured weekly seminars focus on craft theory, technique, exposition, the history and conservation of textiles, and professional development. Each are designed to cultivate artistic rigor and elucidate practice. Three (3) months are spent in technical workshops exploring weaving, printing and dyeing methods, needle arts, sculpture, drawing, and more; followed by three (3) months of textile history and craft theory; concluding with three (3) months of professional development. Classes are taught by TAC staff as well as visiting instructors and professionals.

Group salon-style critiques with special guests from galleries, museums, the textile and design industries, and other working artists. A sampling of guest instructors and critics include: Sarah Scaturro (The Costume Institute), Gina Gregorio (PRATT, RISD), Pascale Gueracague (Lululemon), Grace Bonney (Design Sponge), Tara St. James (Study NY, BFDA), Sabrina Gschwandtner, Rebecca Kelly (FIT), Sarah Byrd (FIT, NYU), Annie Coggan (AIR Alumni, PRATT, SVA), Carin Kuoni (Vera List Center), Alexa Winton (Parsons), Marci McDade (Surface Design Journal), Liz Collins, Elana Herzog, Elissa Auther (MAD) Erin M Riley, Pascale Gatzen (ArtEZ), Natalia Nakazawa (EFA), Carolyn Sycles (Abrons Arts Center), and Samantha Bittman.

Artists In Residence Cycle 10 Artist Benefits

  • Group exhibition, including artist talk.
  • Association with a quickly growing arts organization focused on the textile and fiber community that holds classes, workshops, exhibitions, guest lectures, screenings while working with esteemed teachers, artists and designers from the textile industry and art world
  • Exposure through TAC marketing and programming to include blog entries and posts featuring artists, link on TAC website to personal work and individual bios, catalogue for group show, and networking
  • Teaching and development opportunities with TAC programming for adults, teens and children
  • $600 worth of free classes at Textile Arts Center followed by 30% off all additional classes taken
  • Relationship with a mentor

About Textile Arts Center

Textile Arts Center aspires to unite and empower the textile community and advocate for the handmade. It is a NYC-based resource facility dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of textiles through creative educational programs for children and adults. TAC aspires to unite the textile community and advocate for the handmade by providing accessible, skills-based classes that reinvigorate engagement with traditional crafts. Techniques like weaving, sewing, and dyeing are practical, connective, and process-driven. They are common denominators for designers, artists, and creative practitioners around the world. Because these activities are so widely used, they help to foster community and bring creativity back into our daily lives. They are part of our collective history and vital to our ongoing expressions of design, art, and culture.

For more information, contact info@textileartscenter.com.

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