The Fowler Museum at UCLA seeks an experienced, creative, and team-oriented Curator of Southeast Asian and Pacific Arts who has extensive knowledge of the arts of the region, including traditional genres (sculpture, textiles, and basketry, among others) and popular and contemporary expressions, and who will have direct responsibility over museum programming and collections in these […]
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.
“Tabletop” is an international juried exhibit of ceramics and other functional art forms designed for food, drink, and the table. Eligibility: Entry is open to all artists. Exhibit dates: June 8–July 3, 2016 Location: The Art League Gallery, Alexandria, VA Functional art forms juror: Kate Lydon Functional art forms awards: $1,000 for Best in Show; […]
About V&A International Training Courses:The V&A is organising a series of week-long intensive courses that offer training opportunities for museum professionals from overseas to work with V&A colleagues and peers on specific aspects of museum practice. The courses are led by V&A experts and include both talks and hands-on workshops. Participants will be invited to […]
Website & Submission Guidelines Three Options for Submitting Body of Work – Maximum 10 pieces + details. Individual Pieces – Maximum 10 pieces + details. Installations – Maximum 10 pieces + details and renderings. About Submissions Festival Dates: October 29, 2016 – November 27, 2016 Artists from around the world are invited to […]
Website Apply Here CURRICULUM: Over the course of 9 months, eight artists and designers delve into a full curriculum underscored by continuous critical dialogue. Ongoing conversations allow artists to foster greater consciousness within their practices and center their work. Residents study weaving, knitting, and surface design, along with textile history, modern craft theory, and professional development. […]