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Excellence in Fibers was originally designed to be a print-only, juried exhibition. With EIF 2016, we were able to add on an exhibition at the New Bedford Art Museum, New Bedford, Mass. (www.newbedfordart.org). This was an exciting new development for us. You can imagine that it also posed some tough choices, because the exhibition was not developed with the New Bedford Art Museum in mind, so the...
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Scroll all the way to the end to see the image gallery! When I opened the email that included an invitation from Chunghie Lee to speak at this year’s Korea Bojagi Forum, I was floored and humbled. My reply to her was, "Yes, yes! See you in Seoul!" You see, Chunghie Lee has been a presence at Fiber Art Now, even from our early days. When she told me about her Korea Bojagi...
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The quilt arena has recently heard that the American Quilter's Society will cease publishing books next year,  the International Machine Quilters Association is folding, and the Quilter's Newsletter magazine will cease publication. With all of these changes in the quilt world, Quilt National has taken an even more prominent role in showcasing the world-renowned work that is being created in...
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What an exciting day! Yesterday we spent time at the New Bedford Art Museum in New Bedford, Massachusetts, making plans for the upcoming Excellence in Fibers exhibition (1/29-3/. Here are some shots of Noelle Foye, executive director, and Jamie Uretsky, curator, who explained some of the options we have for hanging and showcasing the work in the space. Exhibition Manager, Jamie Uretsky &...
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Metamorphosis: The Art of Altered Books at the Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts (www.fullercraft.org), will feature mixed media artists who carve, gouge, fold, collage, and manipulate books to transform the printed pages into a sculptural object. Exhibited works will explore the materiality of the object, layers of meaning within, communication and cultural connections, design...
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