Exhibitions

San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles     Visit the museum’s website for more information   www.sjquiltmuseum.org

Quilt National 2013- the 18th biennial juried exhibition – is the quintessential and much- anticipated showcase of contemporary art quilts.  It presents a current representation of the art quilt medium in all of its range of styles, techniques, and multi-faceted contemporary expressions.  Through July 20, 2014

Now and Then: Early Art Quilts by Ros Cross 1973-76 is a chronicle of the innovative, sculptural quilts of Southern California artist Ros Cross.  Through July 20, 2014

New SAQA exhibit: Northern California Inspirations.  This exhibit reflects the visions of twenty Northern California textile artists as they interpret the physical and ephemeral, the massive and the miniscule, through the medium of the art quilt. Through July 20, 2014

 

Now through June, 2014  “Lace – A Sumptuous History 1600′s to 1900s”.

Flying in or out of San Francisco? Be sure to stop in the International Terminal
to see “Lace – A Sumptuous History 1600′s to 1900s”. Lace from the collections
of The Lace Museum in Sunnyvale, CA and Lacis in Berkeley, CA combine to create
a wonderful exhibit of lace. And it is BEFORE Security, so you do not actually
have to be flying to go see it. Boarding Area G, near the North food court in
the International Terminal.
For details and close up
photos:http://www.flysfo.com/museum/exhibitions/lace-sumptuous-history
http://www.flysfo.com/museum/exhibitions/lace-sumptuous-history

Another great lace exhibit is in San Francisco: The Textile study room
of the deYoung Museum in Golden Gate Park has a wonderful gem of an exhibit of
lace from the museum’s collection along with black and white prints of people
wearing lace from the 1600s to the 1900s. Upstairs, just off the textile
gallery.
www.famsf.org