Events - 2 Apr 22
Above: Detail from work by Tressa Sularz. Peter Lee photo.
Please note: Due to changing circumstances, please check with the gallery or organization to confirm availability and operating hours.
Events of Interest to Basketmakers
While the Eiteljorg Museum Native American galleries undergo construction, before opening with a reimagined installation in late Spring 2022, you are invited to explore selections […]
A joint project of the Healdsburg Museum & Historical Society and Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians, this exhibit includes baskets and other materials […]
Exhibition of pieces by invited artists from the Great Basin Native Artists Collective founded by Melero-Moose, (Fallon Paiute/Modoc); the Great Basin Native Basket Weavers Association; […]
WEAVING workshops and presentations will take place from Nov. 2021 thru Oct. 2022 and include 5 weaving workshops led by Corine Pearce among other Indigenous […]
Weaving Across Time features a recent resurgence of contemporary Eastern Band Cherokee artists who are creatively building on a centuries-old practice of basket making. This exhibition […]
In this exhibition, presented alongside Tavernier’s Dance in a Subterranean Roundhouse at Clear Lake, California and other major works are more than fifty historic and contemporary Pomo […]
Small Expressions is a juried exhibition from the Handweavers Guild of America that showcases contemporary small-scale works using fiber techniques in any media. Works juried into […]
The exhibition seeks to highlight the dynamic tradition of Wabanaki basket-making, reflecting Abenaki, Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Maliseet, and Micmac artists’ unique styles and designs. It brings […]
The exhibition seeks to highlight the dynamic tradition of Wabanaki basket-making, reflecting Abenaki, Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Maliseet, and Micmac artists’ unique styles and designs. Information at […]
Highlighting the finest in contemporary crafts from across the country, Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum’s Annual Contemporary Crafts has become a benchmark for innovation and quality. Representative […]
Exhibit brings together works from five Indigenous Nations: the Chitimacha, Choctaw, Coushatta, Tunica-Biloxi, and Houma; and casts light on more than thirty Native American fiber […]
Solo exhibition of Coddington’s artwork that borrows the technique twining from the traditional craft of basketry to create a sculptural expression of her beliefs and […]
During this on-demand video course (accessible on any device 24/7/365), students will learn how to harvest materials like foliage, bark and vines from your local […]
Baskets go to market; or become a metaphor for sorting and organizing. Seeking work that interprets vessels in innovative and fresh ways, and demonstrates out-of-the-box […]
Details TBA Information at Timeless Textiles Gallery
A traveling exhibit designed by the Mountain Heritage Center of Western Carolina University, River Cane Renaissance highlights the historic uses of river cane by residents of the […]
An exuberant display of sculptured baskets, gourds, wall art, floor mats and wearable items which have all been woven. Materials range from pine needles, dune […]
The Craft in America Center is pleased to present the first ever retrospective of Los Angeles artist Ferne Jacobs. She has pioneered ways to create […]
The Craft in America Center is pleased to present the first ever retrospective of Los Angeles artist Ferne Jacobs. This exhibition will span more than […]
In this virtual workshop you will learn many foundational basketry skills by making a small, square, and very useful catch-all basket with decorative details. Information […]
Basketry workshops taught by National Basketry Organization members or Master Basketmakers.
Basketry and fiber conferences, retreats and symposiums.
Exhibitions featuring baskets and fiber art.
Calls to entry, calls for proposals, submissions and opportunities for basketmakers and fiber artists.
Demonstration held in conjunction with an exhibition of fiber arts or basketry.
Gallery talks and artist presentations held as part of exhibitions featuring basketry and basket artists.
Lectures, presentations and demos about basketry.
Markets and festivals that feature basketry.
Events sponsored by the National Basketry Organization, Inc. May include events such as conferences, exhibitions, workshops, lectures and receptions.
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