You still have one week to enter the
Surface Design Association of Washington State
Inaugural state-wide juried art exhibition by March 20, 2016!
This is your opportunity to be seen and celebrated! The first -ever traveling exhibition in the U.S. sponsored by the Surface Design Association will happen in Washington State in 2016-2017!
Premier venues: The exhibition will be hosted by four venues– Allied Arts in Richland; VALA Art Center in Redmond; Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend; and the Schack Art Center in Everett.
Impressive Jurors: The jurors for the exhibition are Layne Goldsmith, professor of art at the University of Washington, Young Chang, owner of Gallery IMA in Seattle, and Rock Hushka, Chief Curator at the Tacoma Art Museum.
Generous Size: Wall art can be small or as large as 60” wide by 74” long—let your imagination run
wild! Three-dimensional art, wearable art, jewelry, and art cloth will all be considered. We want this exhibition to showcase the latest in surface design art.
What qualifies: Art made between 2013-2016 that uses elements of surface design–dyeing, painting, stitching, or in some way creating or altering the surface of textiles qualifies. Textile here is defined as any natural or artificial fiber or a non-textile
element, such as metal, that takes on the properties of fiber or is used in combination with textiles.
Join us and make history by doing something you love. You can find out more about the exhibition at SDAFiberFusionShow.org.