Exhibitions

OOTB Exhibitions

    “Summer Fibrations”

    Summer Fibrations - At the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum – June 22 - July 6, 2019
     

    Vernissage

    Saturday June 22 from 2-4pm. For anyone who has not been to the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum, the address is 3 Rosamund Street East, in Almonte. All members are welcome to attend.

    Please observe the parking signs when visiting or attending the vernissage. The only off-street parking available for Museum visitors behind the Museum is along the back wall of the building with limited parking (approximately 10 spaces). The rest of the parking lot is allocated to Mill Fall condominium owners. You may be towed if you park in reserved spots.

    The Museum is open 10-4 Tuesday to Sunday and it will be open Canada Day, Monday July 1.

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Show and Sale

EcoEquitable

EcoEquitable

EcoEquitable is having a huge fabric sale on Sat. June 15 from 10 -12.
Located in Heartwood House at
404 McArthur Ave
. The organization helps immigrant women learn how to sew and to prepare for employment, so funds raised go to a good cause.

  • Fill A Bag For $20
  • Buy 3 Bags and Get The 4th One Free

Calls for Entry

Colour with a U

Colour with a U (Saqa Regional) • All Canadian members

Deadline: January 3, 2020 beside attached photo Colour with a U.jpg

In Canada, we spell colour with a "u". We also spell labour, favourite, honour, and neighbour with a "u". That "u" could stand for unique, unforgettable, universal, unity, understanding, utopia. It could include the unusual, unexpected, unbound, unabashed, unaccounted, uncanny. We care about the "u"; it makes us unique. We care about the "you"; it brings us together. What do the Canadian values of diversity and inclusion mean to you? How does your labour in your favourite medium honour your neighbourhood, your community? How do you colour yourself in to our Canadian culture? We are looking for artwork that expresses these ideas and that together will give an insightful perspective on our Canadian cultural identity. We encourage work of all types, including representational, abstract, and social commentary, in 2D and 3D (which can include work suspended from the ceiling, work on stretcher bars, framed work, wearable art, sculpture and installation work).

Additional venues will be announced as they are secured. Work must be available to travel from April 2020 through March 2023.

Vision 2020: the power of sight: the art of seeing
Calling all textile artists! Explore the power of sight and the art of seeing in cloth and submit your work for the next travelling textile art exhibition curated by Brenda Gael Smith. International entries welcome!

Online entry only: closing date 10 January2020. For details visit: www.vision2020textiles.com


Exhibition Archives

Year Mississippi Valley Textile Museum Kitchissippi
United Church
Stittsville Library Other Exhibitions
2019 Summer Fibrations Fibre Fling 2019   Shenkman Arts Centre – 'Summer Sizzle'
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