“Penny Mateer: The Protest Series” at Society for Contemporary Craft Satellite Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, through August 3, 2014
May 27, 2014 § Leave a comment
“Form, Not Function: Quilt Art at the Carnegie,” Carnegie Center for Art & History, New Albany, Indiana, through July 12, 2014
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“Art Quilts: Celebrating 25 Year of QSDS” at The Ross Art Museum and The Quilt Surface Design Symposium, Delaware, Ohio, through July 3, 2014
May 18, 2014 § Leave a comment
May 16, 2014 § Leave a comment
Wedding Dresses 1775-2014
is at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, England through March 15, 2015. This exhibition will trace the development of the fashionable white wedding dress.
May 12, 2014 § Leave a comment
ARTQUILTSwhimsy is at Page-Walker Arts and History Center in Cary, North Carolina through June 22, 2014
Mirka Knaster – “Red & Black Geometry II: Fun City”
This is the Professional Art Quilters Alliance – South’s annual juried exhibition.
May 8, 2014 § Leave a comment
http://www.quiltfest.com/activities_detail.asp?id=253 is where you can see photos of the winners of the 2014 Denver Quilt Festival IX.
Lilo took these photos of quilts from the 2014 Denver Quilt Festival IX, which The Quilt Show presented as a Smilebox show.
May 2, 2014 § Leave a comment
There are always so many questions about copyright laws in relation to what we do as artists. University of North Carolina’s Lolly Gasaway has a chart at this site, which should help:
From the site: Definition: A public domain work is a creative work that is not protected by copyright and
which may be freely used by everyone. The reasons that the work is not protected include:
(1) the term of copyright for the work has expired; (2) the author failed to satisfy statutory
formalities to perfect the copyright or (3) the work is a work of the U.S. Government.
Gasaway states: Chart may be freely duplicated or linked to for nonprofit purposes.No permission needed.
Please include web address on all reproductions of chart so recipients know where to find