Events - 10 Sep 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
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
The exhibition highlights the role that artists play in our world to spark essential conversations, stories of resilience, and methods of activism—showing us a more relational and […]
In Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories, visitors connect with diverse Native stories and the individuals who share them. Dive deeply into current issues, like […]
Wayne Art Center is seeking submissions for the 27th International Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Fine Craft, in the following mediums: basketry, ceramics, decorative fiber, furniture, […]
Baskets and non-traditional woven creations using both natural and commercial materials, often interwoven with a tale or two as well. https://www.pwnhc.ca/item/interwoven/
NBO member Gyöngy Laky’s work, “Handle with Care” is appearing in an exhibition at the Each artist in the exhibition investigates preconceived definitions of monetary […]
After 25 years, now fully renewed and reimagined, Here, Now and Always showcases never-before seen items, state of the art technology, and the next generation’s perspectives, […]
An exhibit of contemporary Native American art curated by acclaimed Pomo basket weaver and cultural educator Corine Pearce. The exhibit includes baskets, paintings, photos, digital media, […]
An exhibition of Carolyn’s use of age-old techniques and celebrating them in unexpected materials and form. Information at Gallery at 48 Natoma
Every 1 2022 – NBO presents its second biennial online exhibition of work from the membership. View the exhibition online through December 31, 2022 at […]
The exhibit will showcase artifacts, paintings and Gullah baskets which are made from sweetgrass. Information at The Cotton Club Museum and Cultural Center
The Glen Arbor Arts Center in Glen Arbor, Michigan, seeks entries for its 2023 exhibit “Telling Stories: Fact, Fiction, Otherwise” Visual art in 2D + […]
Explore the Leo and Florence Shay Collection of Wabanaki brown ash and sweetgrass baskets and basketmaking tools. These extraordinary holdings, collected by Robert Anderson, a […]
NBO Member Barbara Shapiro is among the juried online exhibitors of this Surface Design Association exhibit. View the exhibition at Traditions Evolve
Self-paced online workshop with multiple sessions. Carefully developed as a deep dive into working with plants, fibres, dyeing and the basketry techniques used to make […]
This call is open to textile artists worldwide, both amateur and professional. Artworks in 2D and 3D fiber and textile-based materials, methods, and techniques, including […]
Call for artworks that explore ideas of predicting, reshaping, and re-predicting — works that offer a glimpse of possible futures, reexamine historical narratives, shed light […]
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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