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Calendar

 

Friday, August 4
5:00 PM
Juror’s Lecture
Awards Presentation to Follow

Friday, August 4
5:00-6:00 PM
Members’ Preview for Hardesty Arts Center Members, FAO Members, and exhibition artists

Friday, August 4
6:00-9:00 PM
Opening reception during First Friday Art Crawl

Saturday, August 5
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Juror’s Critique

Saturday, August 19
12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Imagination Day, free family day of gallery exploration! Featured activity: Pattern Rubbings

Friday, September 1
6:00-9:00 PM
First Friday Art Crawl

Saturday, September 16
12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Imagination Day, free family day of gallery exploration! Featured activity: Weaving demonstrations by Tulsa Handweaver’s Guild

Sunday, September 24
Exhibition Last Look

 

FiberWorks 2017 is presented by:
Fiber Artists of Oklahoma

About the Exhibition

The Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa is pleased to host Fiber Artists of Oklahoma for FiberWorks 2017 at the Hardesty Arts Center. This 39th annual exhibit provides Oklahoma fiber artisans an opportunity to showcase their work from traditional crafts to innovative art. This eclectic show honors quality workmanship and original design. The exhibit also educates the public about the many facets of fiber artistry by presenting a wide range of media, techniques, and traditions.

Download the FiberWorks 2017 Prospectus


Submissions

  • For online submissions and show details for artists, please click here to visit FAO’s website. Entries will be accepted from June 24, 2017 through July 15, 2017. All submission details are at the FAO website.
  • All entrants will be notified via email and/or telephone with the juror’s decision by July 22, 2017.

About the Juror

The juror for FiberWorks 2017 is Cameron Taylor-Brown. Her work can be seen at camerontaylor-brown.com

“My artwork reflects a passion to shape order out of chaos – to start with bits of thread and create something complex and satisfying where nothing existed before. As I weave, I embrace and celebrate the ancient heritage and language of woven cloth. The rhythms and interplay of pattern, color and texture fascinate me, and the tactile quality of the actual fiber is extremely satisfying. I thrive on the challenges and opportunities presented to me as I move forward to explore new and interesting possibilities.” — Cameron Taylor-Brown



Questions?

For inquiries, contact:

Lyn Lucas
918-693-0312
lyn@amsiweb.com

Jan Hawks
918-743-4901
janhawks@sbcglobal.net