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Fiber Celebration 2018


Tointon Gallery 651 10th Ave. Greeley CO 80631
May 4–June 16, 2018

Northern Colorado Weavers Guild invites all fiber artists to participate in our 44th annual juried exhibit Fiber Celebration 2018. We appreciate all past participants and hope you will enter again. We also encourage submissions from new entrants!

Pieces representing fiber media of all types are welcome, including weaving, spinning, dyeing, basketry, sculpture, felting, papermaking, knitting, crocheting, and embroidery.






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Deadline: February 16, 2018


The Prince Cherrywood Challenge 2018

Prince was an iconic musician who called Minnesota home before his untimely passing. We challenge you to create a unique quilt honoring his legacy, using gorgeous hand-dyed fabric in saturated purples.
To honor Prince’s philanthropy, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to charity.





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Deadline: July 2, 2018


Passion has been defined as the object of a strong desire, compelling emotion, or even violent anger. This intense vigor is, at times, at the forefront of our drive and determination to get something accomplished. Perhaps one will have to maneuver through muck and mire to arrive at the sweet spot, but it’s the energy throughout the journey that fuels the enthusiasm of the drive forward. Meditate on something that stirs you up, then share your interpretation of passion in art quilt form. 

March 6 – May 13, 2018
Page-Walker Arts & History Center, Cary, NC



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Online: November 3, 2017 - January 5, 2018


Quilt Alliance 2018 Contest

Help us celebrate 25 years of storykeeping.

Find your inspiration and enter.

Quilt size: 25″ × 25″

Use any style, medium or technique. Interpret the theme any way you choose.


Prized donated by Quilt Alliance sponsors.


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Online: November 1, 2017 - May 1, 2018


Coming in 2018

Sacred Threads 2019

Sacred Threads is an exhibition of quilts exploring themes of spirituality, joy, inspiration, peace/brotherhood, grief and healing. This biennial exhibition was established to provide a safe venue for quilters  who see their work as a connection to the sacred and/or as an expression of their spiritual journey.

The objective is to create a dignified exhibition of artwork that touches on both spiritual and personal levels all those who view it. We want to share with others the experiences of quilters whose stories may be a source of healing and strength.

Entries to Sacred Thread Exhibitions are juried in by images for purposes of space and suitability of theme only. Works are not judged.


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Online: October 1, 2018 - January 10, 2019



Portfolio 2018, Best of 2017

Web-based Exhibit, FRCQ Website, January 1 through December 31, 2018

Portfolio 2018 – Best of 2017 is a web-based exhibit open to members of Front Range Contemporary Quilters. The art accepted into this show will be the home page feature for the FRCQ website that displays the best work completed by our members in 2017.

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Online November 1 - 30, 2017


Parker Arts, Culture and Events (PACE) Center, Parker, Colorado

FRCQ Exhibit May 3, 2018 to July 9, 2018

CONTRAST is an exhibit open to members of the Front Range Contemporary Quilters.

Contrast can take many forms. It can be opposites such as joy and fear, night and day, or opposing political viewpoints. More literally, contrast can be light and dark values, straight versus curved lines, or complimentary colors. More conceptual illustrations of contrast could be to make the invisible visible, reveal the concealed, or tell an untold story. The effect of contrast is to make each element more distinctive when put alongside each other. Variation and contrast make life and art more vibrant.

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Online January 1 - 31, 2018







Fiber National 2018

Fiber National showcases the best in contemporary fiber art from around the United States. The second biennial of the exhibition will highlight exciting, innovative artwork utilizing both traditional and non-traditional techniques. All artists that incorporate fiber and/or fiber techniques in their artwork are invited to apply.


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Online November 1, 2017 - April 1, 2018


ANTHEMS – A LGBTQ Quilt Exhibit

On June 12, 2016, the LGBTQ Community was rocked by the massacre at Pulse Nightclub. While there was a huge outpouring of support for the victims of Pulse from within the Quilt Community, there were a marked number of homophobic commentaries as well.

In the 1980s we learned that Silence=Death. So the question arises as to how do we, as a group of LGBTQ Quilters, demonstrate who we are within the Quilting Community? Through our ART. Thus arose Anthems, a Special Exhibit about our lived experiences in quilting.

The Debut of Anthems will be at International Quilt Festival in Chicago in April, 2018. Quilts Inc has accepted the Special Exhibit on condition that they retain final say over the pieces included in that display.


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Deadline: Novmber 30, 2017


Celebration of Color

This new judged competition and exhibit is open to quilters working in any style—traditional, modern, or art. Artists are invited to play with color and design to create a vibrant work that truly celebrates color!
The winning quilts will be announced during the 2018 International Quilt Festival in Chicago.



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Deadline: January 11, 2018

Traditional Mid-west and Canadian Quilts

International Quilt Festival/Chicago plans to showcase traditional quilts and their makers in a special exhibit, Traditional Mid-west and Canadian Quilts. This exhibit will be one of the highlights at International Quilt Festival, April 12–April 14, 2018. This exhibit is open to any quilter who lives in the Midwest states of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, and the provinces of Manitoba and Ontario in Canada. The quilt must be made between January 2015 and February 2018.



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Deadline: February 1, 2018



Americans have owned and used guns throughout the history of our nation. Whether used for hunting, sport, protection, commerce or collection, guns have been a part of our shared heritage and culture. Today we find ourselves living in a society in which gun violence feels commonplace. Gun violence has taken its toll all over the world, in many different ways. An enormous divide exists between people who cherish their heritage of gun ownership and others who are concerned that guns contribute to the rising tide of gun violence. If we are to find ways to reduce injury and death from gun violence, we must find a way to bridge this divide and talk openly and honestly about potential solutions while at the same time respecting legitimate uses for firearms. This challenging problem continues to be complicated by polarizing political positions, various underlying causes of violence in today's society, emotional responses, and the desire to enjoy shooting for sport, hunting, or protection as well as maintaining family traditions. Layered on top of these competing and conflicting opinions are the forces of both sides' sophisticated lobbying efforts and a lucrative marketplace.

Artists have been a catalyst for difficult societal conversations throughout history, here and abroad. This ever- broadening divide between opposing opinions on this subject will require creative thinking and an evaluation of a wide host of possible solutions, if we are to find ways to reduce gun violence. Artists are encouraged to explore the heritage and current cultural norms reflected in gun ownership; to consider how their personal experience with guns may influence their opinions; to find ways to engage those of differing opinions to listen to each other in a thoughtful manner; and to investigate and encourage community initiatives that may inspire action in seeking solutions. Truly valuable conversation requires looking at all sides of a subject, and considering those differing viewpoints will be essential in building a bridge over that divide.

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Online: October 1 - October 31, 2017


Closed for Jurying

Celebrating Fiber


Austin Fiber Artists in Partnership with the JGallery at Shalom Austin and the City of Austin Cultural Arts issue a call for entry, Celebrating Fiber.

Fiber Exhibit December 4, 2017 through January 22, 2018
Opening reception on Tuesday, December 5th, 7-8:30pm
Juried by Selection Committee

"Celebrating Fiber", an exhibit to be displayed at the JGallery at Shalom Austin (the Jewish Community Center), 7300 Hart Lane, Austin, Texas 78731, in Partnership with the JGallery at Shalom Austin and the City of Austin Cultural Arts.

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Deadline: October 20, 2017


QuiltCon 2018- Pasadena, CA

February 22-25, 2018

QuiltCon includes a juried quilt show featuring modern quilts by members of the Modern Quilt Guild.

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Deadline: November 30, 2017


Quilt Visions 2018: Connections

Visions Art Museum: Contemporary Quilts + Textiles
October 20, 2018 – January 6, 2019

Quilt Visions 2018: Connections is the 15th international juried exhibition produced by the Visions Art Museum: Contemporary Quilts + Textiles (VAM). The exhibition will be presented at Visions Art Museum in San Diego, California. The jurors will select work that exemplifies innovation in quilting and surface design techniques as well as excellence in composition and craftsmanship. A full color exhibition catalog will be published.

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Online Entries: January 1 - 31, 2018