Sacred Threads is an exhibition of quilts exploring the subject themes of spirituality, joy, inspiration, peace/brotherhood, grief and healing. This biennial exhibition was established to provide a safe venue for quilters of all faiths who see their work as a connection to the sacred and/or as an expression of their spiritual journey.
Studio Art Quilt Associates
Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc. (SAQA) is a
non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the art quilt through
education, exhibitions, professional development and documentation.
Quilt Surface Design Symposium
The Quilt Surface Design Symposium has been critical to the non-traditional quilt movement in providing education for all those interested in exploring their own potential in the medium.
Quilts, Inc is the parent company that puts on several trade shows a year including the International Quilt Festivals in Houston, Cincinnati, Chicago and Long Beach.
Visions Art Gallery
Visions Art Museum is a not-for-profit international arts organization dedicated to the promotion and appreciation of the quilt as art.
San Jose Quilts & Textiles Museum
The mission of the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles is to promote the art, craft and history of quilts and textiles. The museum provides a serious venue for all artists working with textiles, filling a void left by larger institutions with a narrower view of what defines artistic expression. Its exhibits and programs promote the appreciation of quilts and textiles as art and provide an understanding of their role in the lives of their makers, in cultural traditions, and as historical documents.
C & T Publishing
Since its founding in 1983, C&T Publishing has become the industry leader for providing exceptional books and products to the quilting, paper craft, and fiber art markets throughout the United States and internationally. Consumers purchase our products through quilt, fabric, and craft stores; book, gift and museum shops; scrapbook and paper craft stores; and book clubs.
QuiltCon is the inaugural conference of the Modern Quilt Guild.
Dinner @ Eight Artists
Jamie Fingal and Leslie Jenison Tucker collaboration. Their tag line is "dinner at eight artists: we curate, teach, write, and make art."
Art Quilt Elements
ArtQuilt Elements,” which began at Philadelphia’s Sedgwick Cultural Center in 1999 as part of a community arts festival, has since expanded into a biennial juried exhibition displaying contemporary art quilts of the highest caliber.
FiberPhiladelphia is a biennial for fiber/textile art that takes place in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. The next FiberPhiladelphia will take place in Spring 2012 at major institutions and independent venues. It will include exhibitions by renowned international artists and a new generation of artists breaking into the field. FiberPhiladelphia is partnering with InLiquid a nonprofit 501(c)(3)-membership organization dedicated to providing opportunities and exposure for visual artists and designers.
When brothers David and Peter Mancuso decided to get together to promote and manage a local antiques show in 1987 they could not have imagined what this venture would lead to in the years that followed. Mancuso Show Management started in a back corner of David's antiques shop that is housed in a 19th century church in historic New Hope, Bucks County, PA. The partners are now the promoters of seven major national and international quilting and textile arts festivals held across the country, along with high quality antiques shows and other events.
Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
The mission of the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and educate the public about quilts; honor quiltmaking traditions; and embrace the evolution of the art and craft of quilting.