Confluence Gallery, Twisp / Gift Shop Holiday Exhibit / Call to Artists

Twisp, WA:  November 1 through the holidays, 2016

Confluence Gallery in Twisp, WA is taking submissions for art to be sold in our successful, year‐ round gallery gift shop for the holiday gift-giving season.

We invite artists to submit visual art and quality craft items for review.

Please submit up to 5 clear images of individual pieces or product lines to be juried.
Describe the medium and/or process of your art or products and the corresponding price points.

Deadline:  October 15, 2016

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Bremerton Arts Commission / Ferry Artwork / Call for Artists

Chimacum Ferry, Washington State:  Sailing Spring 2017

The Bremerton Arts Commission is working with the Washington State Ferries towards creating a gallery to be placed on the new Ferry Chimacum featuring 16 pieces of contemporary art work that reflect the creativity of local artists. Images should provide a positive impression and lasting memory for citizens and visitors. Artists are invited to submit digital images of their artwork to be displayed on the Chimacum.  A total of 16 works will be selected by the Arts Commission.  The artist must live in the Kitsap, Mason, Pierce, or Jefferson counties for their submission(s) to be considered. Proof of residency will be requested if selected.

Deadline:  November 1, 2016

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Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council / 2017 Gallery / Call for Artists

Shoreline, WA:  2017

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is looking for local artists to show in 2017 at The Gallery at Town Center in Lake Forest Park, a not-for-profit gallery. The gallery schedule is set on a yearly basis and consists of 8 six-week, two person exhibits with each artist showing on 9 feet of wall space.

Deadline:  October 31, 2016

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Crafting Community: SDA 2016 Inaugural International Exhibition in Print

Publication Date:  December 23, 2016

EXHIBITION IN PRINT: SDA member and non-member artists working in or inspired by fiber arts and/or textile media are invited to submit work for a juried issue of the Surface Design Journal entitled Crafting Community: SDA Inaugural International Exhibition in Print. Selected work will appear in print in the winter 2016 issue of the Surface Design Journal.

The goal of this exhibition in print is to showcase the breadth and depth of contemporary artists and designers working working with or inspired by fiber/textile materials and techniques. Special consideration is given to work engaging the theme of Crafting Community.

Deadline:  October 15, 2016

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ARTQUILTSrespite, PAQA – South

Cary, NC:  April 20 – June 24, 2017

A short period of rest or relief from something difficult, stressful, unpleasant, painful, emotional, or exerting. A way to escape, even if for a fleeting moment. Relief is found in reflection, prayers, meditation, physical movement or creative outlets. Courage is found with companionship, a change in circumstance or attitude or taking time to breathe. With a lull, or timeout, we gain strength to continue. We invite you to take break, then share your interpretation of respite in art quilt form.

Deadline:  February 10, 2017

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“Quiltcon 2017,” The Modern Quilt Guild

Savannah, GA:  February 23-26, 2017

QuiltCon includes a juried quilt show featuring modern quilts by members of the Modern Quilt Guild. The quilts will be juried into the show and may be either shown for exhibit only, or entered into competition and judged. Quilts may also be entered and juried in for exhibit only. Please read the rules carefully before filling out the online entry form.

Deadline:  November 30, 2016

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Modern Quilt Guild Coffee Table Book

C& T Publishing

The Modern Quilt Guild has partnered with C&T Publishing to produce a book documenting the modern quilting movement from its early beginnings through 2017. At the heart of this book will be quilts from our members showcasing the best of modern quilting design and technique.

Please note: All quilts from past QuiltCons are already under consideration for publication in this book. Please do not submit a quilt that has been exhibited at any prior QuiltCon — you will be contacted directly if your quilt has been selected. Thanks!

Deadline: October 31, 2016

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“Wild West: 21st Century Quilts Salute the American Frontier,” Texas Quilt Museum

LaGrange, CA:  June 2017 – June 2021 (Traveling exhibit)

Entries must be quilts that relate to the theme of Wild West. Quilters have long used western-themed quilts to show their appreciation for all things western. Cowboys, cowgirls, Native Americans, horses, cows, other animals, rodeos, ranches, farm machinery, ranch hands, the Pony Express, railroads, Old West maps, panning for gold, mining, frontier architecture, square dances, and western movies are only some of the subjects that come to mind when thinking of the Wild West. Any techniques and processes—piecing, appliqué, embroidery, thread painting, photo transfer, printing, whole cloth and/or manipulated fabric, etc. —may be used as long as they are appropriate for the quilt and the theme. We welcome both classic and innovative approaches to quilt making in this competition.

Deadline:  March 1, 2017

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