Jury results for Complexity 2018: Innovations in Weaving were emailed on March 8, 2018, in a PDF attachment from email@example.com via email.submittable.com. If you made a submission to the exhibit but haven’t received that email, please check your spam folder. If you still can’t locate it, let the committee know by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org and a resend will be done. Thank you to everyone who entered!
It’s time to get creative for Complexity 2018: Innovations in Weaving, our juried exhibit! The entry window is now through January 15, 2018. Categories are Apparel and Accessories, Home Furnishings including functional textiles, Yardage and 2- and 3-Dimensional work. Entering is easy via Submittable, our call-for-entry provider.
The prospectus can be found on the Complexity web page and a link to the entry form is now active.
Submission deadline is January 15, 2018; what will you create to enter?
By entering, you stretch your creative muscles and support this important biennial members’ exhibit at Metro Gallery, inside Reno’s City Hall!
All the information you need is available here.
New appointment: Complexity 2018 Chair
Complex Weavers is delighted to announce that Susan Bowman has agreed to chair Complexity 2018, our biennial exihibit. Susan has previously served on the Complexity committee and chaired two acclaimed international exhibits for the Pikes Peak Weavers Guild. Her own work has been shown in juried exhibits since 1995. You can read more about Susan’s life in weaving in the September 2016 newsletter.
Join us in Milwaukee!
We are hosting a reception in the Jazz Gallery at the Riverwest Artists Association on Friday August 5 from 6 – 8 pm. View Complexity 2016, enjoy refreshments, and chat with weavers – we would love to meet you.
The gallery is at 926 E Center Street, Milwaukee, WI. Public transportation is available, as is a taxi or Uber. If you are attending HGA’s Convergence, Bus #14 departs from the Convention Center (400 West Wisconsin Avenue) and you can take it to the stop at Humboldt & Center; there is a two-minute walk from the bus stop to Jazz Gallery.
Hope to see you there!