SEFAA Out and About
- American Craft Council Show - Look for us in the demonstration area where we'll be showcasing many different fiber techniques.
- Square Foot Fiber Art Pin Up Show - A month-long exhibition of small works of fiber art. Open to everyone, unjuried, and tons of fun!
- Fiber 'n Fabric Market - In May or June, shop for bargains on materials, supplies, equipment, books and magazines, handcrafted items, and ethnic textiles. If it has to do with textiles, you can find it!
- Artists' Sale - Early November is your chance to shop for exquisite handmade textiles and fiber art made for you by SEFAA members.
Ongoing events include Lunchtime Fiber every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 am to 2 pm. These events are free, open to everyone and are the perfect opportunity to relax, meet up with friends, and work on a current fiber project or weave on the SEFAA Center loom. Come often and whittle down that list of UFO's (UnFinished Objects!)
Here's a quick look at our Upcoming events. Click on a title or scroll down the page to see detailed descriptions for each event.
|December 5, 2015||SEFAA Center||Peachtree Handspinners Guild 30th Anniversary Exhibition Reception|
|March 15, 2016||Spotlight on Student Fiber Trends 2016 - Call for Entries|
Yearly events include:
December 5, 2015
2 - 5 pm
Wow! The Peachtree Handspinners Guild is 30 years old! Please join us to celebrate this momentous anniversary and to enjoy work by PHG members currently on display at the SEFAA Center.
Spotlight on Student Fiber Trends 2016 - Call For Entries
Spotlight on Student Fiber Trends is a juried exhibition of trends and creative work in student fiber art. This third biennial exhibition will be juried by Arturo Alonzo Sandoval and held at Murray State University Galleries in Murray, KY. Entry is open to all undergraduate and graduate students in the Southeast. March 15, 2016 is the deadline to enter. Only online entries via CaFE are being accepted.
2014 winning entries are pictured above. From the left they are: 1st Place, Memebroidery - Sweet Brown by Melissa Sixma (photo by artist); 3rd Place, Lunar Surface by Jessica Hagar (photo by Ben Corda); and, 2nd Place, Constricted Shround by Betsy Bull (photo by Clayton Dodd).