TSA posts a variety of opportunities in the textiles field including information on national and international symposium calls for papers, jobs and internships, workshops, and calls for art. Submissions are posted at the discretion of the Textile Society of America. If you have an opportunity to share with the TSA community, please submit it via the linked form.

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Call for Nominations: R.L. Shep Ethnic Textile Book Award

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The Textile Society of America is pleased to solicit nominations for the R. L. Shep Ethnic Textile Book Award for books published in 2014. This year, nominations will be submitted through the TSA webpage:  Deadline: March 1, 2015 Given annually, the award is meant to encourage the study and understanding of ethnic textile traditions by […]

2015 American Made Show Call for Exhibitors

Deadline: Tuesday, January 13 2015
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January 16-19, 2015 Walter E. Washington Convention Center
, Washington DC Application Deadline: January 13, 2015 Are you a studio artist looking to branch into the wholesale marketplace? Have you exhibited in major gift shows and found it difficult to compete against mass-manufactured imports? 

If you design and make beautiful things by hand in the U.S. […]

Curatorial Assistant, Textile Arts

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The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are seeking a Curatorial Assistant to work in The Caroline and H. McCoy Department of Textile Arts. Under the supervision of the Curator, the Curatorial Assistant provides support to the curatorial staff for the day-to-day operation of the costume and textile arts department. Assists curatorial staff in all […]

Churchill Weavers Fellowship at the Kentucky Historical Society

Deadline: Saturday, March 01 2014
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The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) houses one of the finest weaving archives in the nation—the Churchill Weavers collection. Churchill Weavers was a handweaving business that operated in Berea, Kentucky, from 1922 to 2007. The company was once considered America’s premier producer of luxury handwoven goods. To learn more about Churchill Weavers and the collection at […]

The Digital Craft of Making: Digital Fabrication Residency

Deadline: Saturday, October 25 2014
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The Digital Fabrication Residency program is an online skill-building incubator for artists and designers with unique ideas concerning the exploration of digital fabrication tools. Programing is divided into 6 week and 12 week sessions with a limited number residents per session. As part of the program, residents can submit files prepared during the residency for […]