Robin Originals Creative Knits invites you to the 21st Annual West Concord Designer Open Studio Show!
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
October 30, 31 & November 1
10am – 6pm daily
Robin L Bergman:
Luxury Knitwear & Accessories
Hand Painted Silk Clothing
Handwoven, Dyed Silk Scarves & Shawls
Gemstones, Glass, Silver & Gold Jewelry
We’ve been busy in our studios designing beautiful new pieces for you! We hope to See You There!
More Info: http://www.robinoriginals.com/studio.html
Directions to Robin Originals:
From I-495: Route 2 East to Route 62 West.
From I-95: Route 2 West 3.5 miles. Continue on Route 2 bearing left at lights for 3.3 miles.
Left onto Route 62 West. Bear right at fork onto Commonwealth Avenue at 99 restaurant. Bear right over railroad tracks. First left is Bradford Street. New Entrance with elevator between #23 & #33. follow signs to_ROBIN ORIGINALS, 2nd Floor.
Accessible by Commuter Rail to West Concord Station: 617-222-3200_MBTA Commuter Rail Fitchburg / South Acton Lines
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING!
GREAT SHOPPING & GIFTS!
TREAT YOURSELF TO COFFEE!
ENJOY PASTRIES OR LUNCH!
SPEND THE DAY!
SUPPORT NATIONALLY KNOWN SMALL STUDIO ARTISANS!
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This one-day symposium considers the historical importance, artistry, and evolution of textiles, within the context of a world where traditional notions of textiles are constantly changing. The event is organized as part of the Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in Conservation Science.
Symposium M. Victor Leventritt
September 26, 2015
10:30am – 5:00pm
Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street
Visit website for schedule and more details – click here!
Image credit: Anni Albers, Wall Hanging, 1926. Silk. Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum, Association Fund, BR48.132. © The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Register now for the Alliance of Artists Communities’ 2015 annual conference! October 13 – 16 in Providence, Rhode Island.
Join us in one of the country’s most artist-centered cities as we explore ways in which we can advance today’s artists – and their role in developing healthy, vibrant, engaged communities. The 2015 Conference will bring together arts leaders, funders, policy-makers, board members, educators, and artists from across the globe for three days of performances, trainings, tours, and talks. All are welcome!
Visit website for to register and more information on training, talks and tours – click here!
Artists will use textiles, fibers, and fabrics to blend with and highlight features of Heritage Museums & Gardens’ different terrains. Interested in being part of The Common Thread – an Outdoor Art Installation of Fibers, Textiles and Textures? Deadline: October 4th.
Click here for pdf file: Common-Thread-Call-to-Artists
Visit their website for more details: http://heritagemuseumsandgardens.org/the-common-thread-submission-cover-sheet/
Smithsonian Craft Show (April 2016) ~ deadline: September 20th
SDA Personal Development Grant ~ deadline: October 1st
Touch: Interactive Craft at Arrowmont ~ deadline: October 24th
American Tapestry Biennial 11 ~ deadline: October 31st
Planning a trip to Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada?
Join Adrienne Sloane for her workshop Knit Anything: Not Clothing, October 16-18th. This workshop is part of Fibre Arts NL 2015 Conference.
International “FIBER ARTS VII”
Sebastopol Center for the Arts in CA
Deadline: Today! International FIBER ARTS VII is a biannual juried exhibition at Sebastopol Center for the Arts, presenting a distinct approach to innovative and traditional fiber techniques, and a contemporary concept for the use of traditional and unusual materials. For more details, click here!
SPUN: an innovative all fiber exhibit
Etui Fiber Arts Gallery in NY
Deadline: September 4th. SPUN is a juried exhibition for all fiber media, with an emphasis on innovative interpretations of fiber. For more details, click here!
Materials: Hard & Soft
Patterson-Appleton Visual Arts Center in TX
Deadline: September 4th. This exhibition celebrates the evolving field of contemporary craft and the remarkable creativity and innovation of artists who push the boundaries of their chosen media. For more details, click here!
Wayne Art Center in PA
Deadline: September 10th. This 21st international juried exhibition is dedicated to enhancing the public’s awareness of contemporary craft while providing a venue for established and emerging artists alike to share their functional and sculptural creative endeavors. For more details, click here!
Crosscurrents: Land, Labor and the Port
Textile Society of America Symposium 2016
Deadline: October 1st for Call for Papers and Call for Group Exhibitions. For more details, click here!