Saturday, July 24, 2010

It's time for our SUMMER BREAK!

Hello Readers:

We have had A LOT going on behind the scenes here at FACFE.  Of course, we still have many items to complete on our work list but it's time for a much needed SUMMER BREAK.  We'll be on hiatus until September 1, 2010.  When we return, we hope to bring you the new features we'd planned earlier in the year.


Elise N., Editor in Chief
Fiber Art Calls for Entry

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Yep, sometimes we goof!

We just removed the following post from our listings:

Green with Envy:
ReCycle, ReInvent, RePurpose
TACtile Textile Arts Center
Denver, Colorado

Apparently, FACFE did not do its homework...that show was last summer. The item had been staged in our cache but was published without double checking. We apologize to our readers and the TACtile Textile Arts Center for the error.

Elise N.

Friday, July 09, 2010

Berks Art Alliance 33rd Annual Open Juried Art Exhibition

Deadline: July 26, 2010 (HAND DELIVERY)

33rd Annual Open Juried Art Exhibition
The Berks Art Alliance

GoggleWorks Center for the Arts
Reading, PA
August 1 to September 8, 2010

All artists must be 18 years or older. Maximum of two works may be submitted. Maximum of two works may be accepted.

Each entry must be an original design concept of the artist and be executed by the artist.

Acceptable Media include but are not limited to: pastel, oil, alkyd, tempera,watercolor, acrylics, mixed media, drawing, hand-pulled prints, sculpture, glass, ceramics, fiber and photography. Digital work must be clearly identified as such. No video.

The Berks Art Alliance will offer the following awards:

First Place: $850.00
Second Place: $550.00
Third Place: $400.00
Six Honorable Mentions: $200.00
Alma Woods Memorial Prize
Jack Coggins Memorial prize
People's Choice Award
Purchase Awards

A 35% commission on all sales will be deducted to benefit the GoggleWorks and the Berks Art Alliance. Artwork selected for purchase awards will become the property of the sponsors.

Insurance is limited to the duration of the show.

Download prospectus:

Visit these websites for additional details:  OR

Contact phone numbers:
BAA Exhibition Chairpersons
Kay Lessig (610) 775-5245
Deb or Fred Gurman (610) 371-2028

Address written inquiries to:
Berks Art Alliance
Yocum Institute for Arts Education
1100 Belmont Avenue
Wyomissing, PA 19610-2082

GoggleWorks Center for the Arts
201 Washington Street
Reading, PA 19601
(610) 374-4600

Speaking of Solitude

Deadline: July 30, 2010 (RECEIVE)/(ONLINE)

Speaking of Solitude
6th Fall National Juried Exhibition

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Novato, California
September 4 - October 3, 2010

JUROR: Maria Medua, Director, SF MOMA Rental Gallery

Open to all U.S. resident artists 18 and over. You are invited to submit up to 5 digital images of your original works completed in the past two years, not previously shown in a MarinMOCA or Artists of MarinMOCA show.
Open to all media except video and film. Only online entries with digital upload of images will be accepted.

Digital entries must be RECEIVED via online application on or before midnight, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2010. Notification will be by online list of accepted artwork and via e-mail.

2D art work: height, 84in (7ft), width 72in (6ft) unframed, total weight with frame not to exceed 70 pounds.
3D art work: height 84in (7ft), width 72in (6ft) depth, 36” (3ft), not to exceed 70 pounds (floor installation).

A non-refundable entry fee will be charged. Entry fee for Non-Members $35 for up to 3 entries or $50 for 4 to 5 entries. Entry fee for Artist Members of MarinMOCA $30 for up to 3 entries or $45 for 4 to 5 entries. Diptychs and triptychs count as one piece; use only one pix of entire diptych or triptych.

Maria Medua, Director, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) Rental Gallery, Fort Mason, San Francisco, California.

First Place: $ 500.00
Second Place: $ 300.00
Third Place: $ 100.00
Non-monetary Honorable Mention awards may be given at the Juror’s discretion.

MarinMOCA will reimburse the exhibitor an amount equal to the “Show Price” less 30% commission (MarinMOCA members) or 40% commission (non-members). Enter NFS in “Show Price” for work that is not for sale.

Log onto and follow instructions as posted for digital entry online for this exhibit.

For information, Prospectus or Artwork Specifications, call 415-506-0137, email or
download from the “Speaking of Solitude” exhibit information at

MarinMOCA Gallery Directors
Contact: Colleen Johnson,

Material Matrix

Deadline: August 2, 2010 (POSTMARK)

Material Matrix

Contemporary Handweavers of Houston
M-Squared Gallery
Houston, TX
October 20 through November 14, 2010

Material Matrix is an exhibit celebrating the 60th anniversary of Contemporary Handweavers of Houston and honoring the many talented artists both within the guild and the Texas fiber community at large. The title for this exhibit was selected inrecognition of the convergence of traditional and contemporary techniques and themes in the work of 21st century fiber artists, and as a reflection of the open-ended and inclusive nature of today’s fiber community.

Open to all members of Contemporary Handweavers of Houston, and to non-members who are Texas residents. All work must be the original work of the artist, and must have been completed within two years of the entry deadline. All work must be at least 50% fiber and utilized fiber related techniques. Collaborations are acceptable as long as all artists are recognized.

To be eligible, work must fit within one of the following categories:
- Handweaving -- including basketry and beadweaving
- Items made from handspun yarn (no skeins)
- Felt
- Silk Fusion
- Braiding

Items may be submitted as either 2D or 3D. The 3D category includes sculptural items, garments, and hats. The 2D category includes wall hangings, window treatments, rugs, table linens, and throws.

Installation work is encouraged.

The show is open to all CHH members, regardless of residence, and to non-members who are Texas residents. Entry fees will be

$30 for CHH members, $40 for non-members. A maximum of 3 entries per artist may be submitted. Only two images per entry will be allowed. All entries must be submitted in digital format via CD.

Jurors: Ann Matlock and Pat Spark.

Chair, Juried Show Committee: Laura Viada

Download the prospectus:


Visit the website for complete information: >

Cash awards will be offered, funded by CHH. Three awards of merit, at $250 each, and one best of show, at $500 will be given.

MYSELF: Sheppard Gallery

Deadline: August 9, 2010 (RECEIVE)

Sheppard Gallery

University of Nevada
Reno, NV
January 18 – February 18, 2011

A call for submissions for a group exhibition with catalogue entitled MYSELF.

THEME and EXHIBITION DETAILS: This exhibition will explore the widest possible definition of the term “self-portrait” as it applies to all forms of contemporary art and experimental media. The exhibition will be curated and organized by Gallery Director Marjorie Vecchio, while catalogue co-essayists in conversation include Joy Garnett and Mira Schor. Chelsea Otakan will design the catalogue.

ELIGIBILITY: This call is open to all visual/multi-media artists, preferably without gallery representation (though those with representation will be considered) working in any 2D, 3D and 4D media including painting, mixed-media, drawing, printmaking, fiber, textiles, photography, sculpture, text, video, ceramics, film, graphics, sound, music, installation, performance, etc. All works submitted must be available for the duration of the show. Some projectors, monitors, and other technical equipment are available, please include in your submission which equipment you can provide or which you require. Artists must be a minimum of 18 years of age.

FEE: There is no submission fee.

IMAGE SUBMISSION: Artists may submit up to ten (10) images/works for consideration on either a CD or in digital print format of 8”x10”. If submitting performance, sound, multi-media, video etc, please include up to 10 minutes on a DVD that is readable on a MAC computer.

SALES: All selected artworks will be available for sale unless otherwise indicated by the artist; the gallery takes no cut in sale percentages. All artwork sales will be conducted directly between the artist and the interested buyer.

Download the prospectus:

View original posting at Newsgrist:

Sheppard Gallery
C/O Call for Artists
University of Nevada
Reno, Art Dept/MS 224
Reno, NV 89557

Textile Arts Center: Brooklyn, NYC

Deadline: August 20, 2010 (RECEIVE) or (EMAIL)

Textile Arts Center

Brooklyn, New York City, NY
September 16- October 11, 2010

Call for Cutting Edge Contemporary fiber work and work that references or utilizes fiber or fiber techniques in innovative ways.

The brand new Textile Arts Center is a gorgeous street level space located in Brooklyn, NYC. The center provides an environment for the professional, the artist, and the student. With an invested interest in the conservation of hand weaving and other fiber arts, the Center offers a fully equipped studio and gallery space for those with enthusiasm and curiosity, with and without experience. It is a place in which craftsmen are, once again, nurtured in their making from beginning to end.

The Textile Art Center calls all fiber artists who wish to submit work to their gallery opening exhibition, which will run from September 16, 2010 to October 11, 2010 at the Textile Arts Center's new location on Carroll Street. In addition, participating artists will have the opportunity to give a talk about their work. Those talks will be scheduled in early October.

As part of our opening party and premier exhibition artist & curator, Joetta Maue, is curating the exhibition of cutting edge fiber work. We are looking for fiber work that pushes the envelope and is a bit of the unexpected. Any fiber technique and materials can be submitted. We hope to see large scale pieces, installation work, suspended and sculptural work, as well as performance, site -specific works, and video.

Every submission should include $30.00 entry fee, which is good for 5 works per entry with a maximum of 1 detail per entry.

All details including payment particulars are on:

For more information contact: Kimberly Lai by phone (718)-369-0222 or by email

In Shades of Gray: Juried Art Exhibition

Deadline: September 1, 2010 (RECEIVE)

“In Shades of Gray”
Juried Art Exhibition

The Pump House Regional Arts Center
La Crosse, Wisconsin
November 4 to December 23, 2010

“In Shades of Gray” explores the use of monochromatic, “black and white” in art. By eliminating the use of color, artists must address the other elements in their work and thus be challenged to look at their process in a new light. The Pump House Regional Arts Center is challenging artists to submit work for a juried exhibition, in media such as sculpture, paper, ceramics, paint, wood, metal, or any other media that artists may choose to work with including photography. The use of color will not be permitted.

Open to artists of any age. Submitted entries must not have been previously shown in La Crosse.

Acceptable Media:
Original 2-D and 3-D artwork in any medium, with the exception of film, video, and “live art.” Work must not exceed 48” in any dimension (including frame) and 70 lbs in weight. Only original work is allowed; reproductions of work from kits are not permitted.

Jury Fee:
A non-refundable fee of $25.00 will entitle the artist to submit artwork for jury. Current Pump House members may enter 3 pieces of artwork for jury, non members may enter 2 pieces. Please submit only ONE image per work. For 3-D work, more than a single image may be provided.

Cash prizes of $1000 for 1st place, $500 for 2nd, and $250 for 3rd place

All artwork must be for sale. There is a commission fee of 40%.


Prospectus: [pdf]

The Pump House Regional Arts Center
119 King Street
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
Phone 608-785-1434

Recycled Materials Fashion Show

Deadline: September 20, 2010 (RECEIVE)

Recycled Fashion Show

Escondido Arts Partnership/
Escondido Municipal Gallery
Escondido, CA
October 23, 2010

Escondido Arts Partnership/ Escondido Municipal Gallery is presenting a Recycled Materials Fashion Show

You may enter the Recycled Fashion Show if:
1. You made the garment yourself out of recycled materials.
2. Materials are non-toxic.
3. Designers must include their own model or make arrangements with the gallery for a model.

$10.00 per garment (up to 3 garments accepted)
(Accepted designers get 1 free ticket to the event)

First Place- $100
Second place-$75
Third place- $50

Download the application at the website:

Escondido Municipal Gallery
262 E. Grand Avenue
Escondido, CA 92025
Phone: 760-480-4101
Fax: 760-480-4121

Fiber Artists of San Antonio 2010 Annual Exhibition

Deadline: September 22, 2010 (RECEIVE)

2010 Annual Exhibition
The Fiber Artists of San Antonio

San Antonio, TX
October 13 to November 5, 2010

The Fiber Artists of San Antonio are pleased to announce a call for entries for the 2010 Annual Exhibition. Part of our mission is to promote and advance fiber art through the education of members and the public. This exhibition is an opportunity for fiber artists to exhibit their work, and for the larger community to gain a greater appreciation for fiber art.

 Submissions must have been completed in the past 2 years.
 Entry should be of original design and execution with a major focus on fiber or fiber techniques.
 Collaborations are eligible.
 Anyone residing in the state of Texas is eligible to enter the show.

 All items will be juried in person on October 11, 2009.
 All entries must be for sale.
 All entries must be able to remain hanging for the entire duration of the show.
 All entries must be ready for installation, with an appropriate hanging rod or device. If special hanging and/or display instructions are required, they must be included with the work.
 Each piece should be labeled on the back with the name of the artist and the title of the piece.

Pieces that do not meet these requirements will not be considered for display.

Entry Fee
The entry fee is $25 for FASA members and $35 for non-members. Up to five entries may be submitted.

The juror for the exhibition is Maggie Weiss, an artist and educator based in Evanston, IL. Her award winning art quilts have been featured in numerous magazines and books.

1st Place - $200
2nd Place - $150
3rd Place - $100
Most Innovative Use of Materials - $25

A 50% commission on all sales will be retained by the Gallery. Please keep this in mind as you prepare your entry forms. No changes to the price will be allowed after submission.

Download prospectus:

Visit website:

Questions? Contact Lisa Kerpoe at

Fabrications Seven

Deadline: November 13, 2010 (RECEIVE)

Fabrications Seven

Zumbrota, MN
December 1-31, 2010

Crossings is organizing our seventh annual Jewelry and Textile Exhibition -- Fabrications Seven

Textile, fiber and jewelry artists are invited to submit work for the annual juried December exhibition "Fabrications" at Crossings. This is a chance for fiber and jewelry artists to create pieces that challenge common perceptions of their mediums. Use new technologies, or ancient methods in a revolutionary way, to create your work.

Entries can include artwork such as contemporary gallery pieces, wall hangings, 3-dimensional fiber sculpture, wearable art of all types, handcrafted jewelry, and holiday ornaments. Jurors will focus particularly on innovative designs and craftsmanship.

This exhibit is open to all fiber and jewelry artists interested in displaying and selling their work. Fiber arts may include batik, surface design, felting, quilting, rug hooking, spinning, weaving, knitting, fiber sculpture, handcrafted paper and note cards, and needlework. Jewelry arts may include fiber, beading, metal, paper and multimedia.

All entries must be original. No imports, commercial or manufactured items, or items created from kits or copied from published patterns will be accepted.

Submit 3-5 original pieces MAXIMUM, with an entry form ( download entry form!) and $15 entry fee per person (not per piece).

All submissions will be juried. Those invited to be part of the exhibition may be asked to bring additional pieces for the show.

Questions? Contact:

Visit website for complete details: >

320 East Ave
Zumbrota, MN 55992
(507) 732-7616

Small Tapestry International 2: Passages

Deadline: November 30, 2010 (POSTMARK)

Small Tapestry International 2: Passages
American Tapestry Alliance

San Jose, CA
Spring through Fall 2011

Passage is the act of passing from one place, condition, etc. to another, the route one travels. ATA invites artists to use innovative approaches that push the technical or conceptual meaning of the term in their submissions to the ATA's biennial juried small format exhibition. Innovation and experimentation within the technique of tapestry are welcomed. The American Tapestry Alliance is a not-for-profit, member-supported organization seeking to exhibit the best of contemporary tapestry. The small format exhibition gives artists an opportunity to explore ideas and processes in new ways while preserving the qualities of handwoven tapestry.

Entry to Passages is open to all tapestry artists who design and weave their own tapestries (defined as "hand-woven, weft-faced fabric with discontinuous wefts"), either individually or collaboratively (all assistants shall be named). Multimedia work will be considered as long as the primary medium is tapestry. Entries must be one-of-a-kind and have been completed after January 2009. Artists may submit up to three entries.

Size Restrictions: The size of the tapestry may not exceed a total of 100 square inches (625 square cm) and cannot exceed 20 inches (50 cm) in any one dimension. Three-dimensional pieces may not exceed 10 inches (25 cms) in height, length, or depth. Tapestries must be mounted and/or framed. If the mount or frame is meant to show when hung, that treatment must be shown in the entry image and must be in keeping with the small-format theme. If accepted, the work must arrive ready to hang.

Image quality may influence the juror's decision. Only completed tapestries will be juried. Submissions
must be digital. For each entry, submit one jpeg of the entire tapestry and one jpeg of a detail.

Kay Lawrence, Australian fiber artist, author and Head of the South Australia School of Art.

Entry Fee:
$35 ATA Members; $45 Non-Members; $70 Membership and Entry fee

Download the Call for Entry: [pdf]

Visit website for complete details:

American Tapestry Alliance
PO Box 28600
San Jose, CA 95159-8600

Inside Outside

Deadline: December 1, 2010 (POSTMARK)

Inside Outside

GoggleWorks Center for the Arts
Reading, PA
May 13 to June 19, 2011

GoggleWorks Center for the Arts presents its 2011 juried show Inside Outside: A broad interpretation of space and place on the edge and in between.

Open to all professional artists who design and produce their own original work. Work must have been created within the last three years. All media welcomed. Video artists must supply their own equipment.

Each artist may submit up to three works for $35. Make checks payable to the GoggleWorks.

Bruce Samuelson is a well-renowned artist based in Bethlehem, PA. A graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, Samuelson currently teaches painting, drawing and critique at his alma mater for both the Certificate Program and the Masters Degree Program. He has also taught painting at Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA.

There will be a juror’s award for best in show. This award winner will be featured in a solo show at the GoggleWorks in the Cohen Gallery. There will be cash prizes for solo show winner, second and third place.

The GoggleWorks will retain a 35% commission on all sales. If work is not for sale, clearly mark NFS. A value must be supplied for insurance.

A catalog will be published by the GoggleWorks containing representative images from the artists in the exhibition accompanying a juror’s statement.

For additional information, please call 610.374.4600 or visit

Download the prospectus:

Cohen Gallery
GoggleWorks Center for the Arts
201 Washington Street
Reading, PA 19601

The GoggleWorks is an exciting multi-faceted community art center located in downtown Reading, PA, just about an hour from Philadelphia, PA and two and a half hours from Manhattan, NY. Built in 1871, Thomas A. Willson & Co. manufactured eyeglasses and safety goggle equipment at the building until May, 2002. This 140,000 sq. ft. complex opened as an art center in September 2005 featuring 34 studios for working artists, hot, warm and cold glass studios, ceramics and pottery facilities, a wood shop, photography dark room facilities, a 131-seat art film theatre, dance and music studios, galleries, a store and a café. Visitors have an opportunity to visit resident artists in their studios in addition to viewing the art exhibition and enjoying all the GoggleWorks facilities.

Ormond Memorial Art Museum International Open Call For Artists

Deadline: December 1, 2010 (RECEIVE)

International Open Call For Artists

Ormond Memorial Art Museum
Ormond Beach, FL

Eligibility of Submissions
Exhibition at the Ormond Memorial Art Museum is open to any artist or collaborative of artists submitting original works of art or design created within the past three years. Professionals in ALL disciplines are encouraged to submit. Media: Open to any media including but by no means limited to traditional drawing, glass, printmaking, digital/new media, photography, sculpture, painting, installation, etc.

Submission Format
All entries must be submitted digitally via CD. Images must be saved as JPEGS.

Exhibition Selection Process
Artists will be notified electronically of receipt of materials. The OMAM exhibition selection committee meets annually or biannually to select artists for future shows. Artists will be notified in writing upon selection by committee. No materials will be returned.

Visit website for more details:

Contact: Katie Reinhardt, email:

via: California Arts Council

FIBER PLUS: National Juried Exhibition

Deadline: December 10, 2010 (RECEIVE)


Blue Door Galllery
Yonkers, NY
March 19 - 21, 2011

Blue Door Galllery is hosting a National Juried Exhibition entitled FIBER PLUS: 21st-Century fiber and textile works with incorporated mixed media. This will be a companion exhibition to NEW YORK FIBER in the 21st CENTURY, curated by Sandra Sider, for the Lehman College Art Galleries.

JUROR: ARLÉ SKLAR WEINSTEIN, Noted Fiber-Photomontage Artist and Director of Blue Door Gallery

The work may be constructed with any fiber or textile, taking 2 or 3-dimensional form. Mixed media must be an integral component of the final work.

All work must be the result of independent effort. Work cannot be created for or the product of an instructional setting in which another artist or teacher has provided guidance and/or suggestions. The work must be an original design, not a copy or a variation on the original design of another artist working in any medium.

A non-refundable entry fee of $35.00 (thirty five US dollars) must accompany the entry submission. This fee entitles entrants to submit up to three (3) works.

Entries will be accepted in digital format only. Each work entered will require a set of two (2) digital images. One image must show the overall work (incuding the edges). The second image must show a detail area of the work.


Arlé Sklar-Weinstein.
Director, Blue Door Gallery

Visit website for additional details:


Blue Door Gallery
Fiber Plus
5 Hudson Street
Yonkers, N.Y. 10701

Wearable Art Awards 2011

Deadline: December 10, 2010 by 5:00 p.m. (RECEIVE)

Wearable Art Awards
Port Moody Arts Centre
Port Moody, BC
March 3 — April 10, 2011

Entry Information
To participate in the 2011 Wearable Art Awards, the artist’s application package must be submitted electronically at  no later than 5 pm on December 10, 2010. This application contains:

Artist contact information;
Information related to each entry to be entered into the competition (an artist can submit up to three) stating the entry’s title, materials/media used, garment size, and a 150 word statement; and Three photos of each entry to be entered into the competition (front, back, and a “bonus” photo of the artist’s choosing).
There is a $30.00 entry fee for each entry submitted in an application. The artist must also deliver payment of the applicable entry fees either by cheque or credit card no later than December 10, 2010.

A jury panel will review the application packages received and select those entries that will be part of the Wearable Art performances and exhibition.

The Wearable Art Awards is not a fashion show, it is a multi-media performance where the human body becomes a living, breathing, moving canvas. We are looking for more than a “pretty dress.” We are asking you to go deep into your imagination to create a wearable piece of art that challenges what most consider to be wearable, or everyday fashion.

The Wearable Art Awards is committed to challenging artists of all mediums to push their imaginations to create evocative, imaginative and thought provoking sculpture for the human body.

Entries will be judged based on the following criteria weighted in favour of “wow” factor and conceptual message:

All entries must be wearable (but not necessarily practical);
Creativity and originality (not streetwear);
Design and the use of multiple elements and techniques;
Quality of workmanship and construction;
Overall presentation focused on “wow” factor; and
Conceptual meaning and impact.

An entry must fall into one of the following three form-based categories. Cash prizes will be presented to category winners as determined by the jury.


† Entries must be a full outfit to be considered for this category. To be considered a full outfit, the entry should cover a model’s upper and lower body.

Special Awards
In addition to competing for a category win, entries will also be eligible for the following cash prize awards as determined by the jury.

Second Life
Best in Show
Material of the Year (Paper is the 2011 Material of the Year)
Ethnic Expression
People's Choice

Visit website for full details:

Review Frequently Asked Questions (Faqs):

Wearable Art Awards
c/o Port Moody Arts Centre
2425 St Johns Street
Port Moody, British Columbia, CANADA
V3H 2B2

Good for You: An exhibition of Art Quilts

Deadline: April 4, 2011 (POSTMARK) or (EMAIL)

Good for You

An international juried and judged exhibition of Art Quilts
The Festival Gallery of Quilt Art
Houston, TX
August 2011 through August 2014

Exhibition theme: Good for You.

What's good for you? Explore what's good for you in this contest and exhibition from International Quilt Festival. Entries are art quilts that speak to the theme. Any techniques—piecing, appliqué, embroidery, photo transfer, whole cloth and/or manipulated fabric, etc.—may be used as long as they are appropriate for the quilt (consisting of three layers) and the theme. Quilts must be made specifically for the contest and must not have been published in books, calendars, magazines, newsletters, web sites, blogs, or any other form of publication prior to November 2011.

Categories: There is only one overall category.

Limit on entries: Each entrant may submit up to two works that must address the theme. Any materials may be used. However, the final result must be flexible in nature and consist of three layers.

Who may enter: The entries may be the work of one person or more than one person as long as proper credit is given to all involved in the actual completion of the quilt. The person entering the quilt must have been directly involved in the quilt's creation. Limit two entries per person or group. Full-time employees of Quilts, Inc. are not eligible.

Length of exhibit: The participating works must be available for three years, from August 2011 through August 2014. Quilts will be returned to entrants in September 2014.

Selling Your Quilt: You may choose to offer your quilt for sale and, if you do, 20% of the selling price will be donated to the International Quilt Association (IQA).

No submission fee required.

Visit website for complete details:

Download Exhibition Rules & Application:

Organization & Information:
Quilts, Inc.
The Festival Gallery of Quilt Art
7660 Woodway Dr., Suite 550
Houston, TX 77063
Tel. (0)+1.713.781.6864 ext. 105
Fax (0)+1.713.781.8182