Albuquerque Fiber Arts Council

The Albuquerque Fiber Arts Council, Inc.

Promoting Fiber Art in New Mexico

Coat of Many Colors by F. Starnes

Golden Splendor by E. Holcomb

Rustic #2 by S. Armstrong

Summer Evening in Santa Fe by K. Waddel

Shetland Lace Christening Gown by C. Wackenheim

Wavy Cardigan by S. Townsend

The Sand and the Foam by S. Reed

Little Slice of Heaven on Earth by S. Bowman

Ketchikan Man by Catherine Kelly

Swallowtails and Cornflowers Jacket by C. Reckers

Cat Eyes Coat by R. Ronan

The Albuquerque Fiber Art Council has just installed a new display at the Sunport in those big glass cases on the first floor as you enter from the parking structure. On exhibit until February 2, 2017 there is a wide variety of items in all fiber media from our Guilds, from beading to weaving, knitting, quilting and beyond. As you are traveling hither and yon for the holiday season, take a moment to admire the incredible creativity  of our local fiber artists.


Categories and Rules for Entry for the 2017 Albuquerque Fiber Arts Fiesta are now available! Go to the Call for Entry page and click on the Division of your choice. And get to work on your entries!! AND the Interactive Entry form as well as the PDF Entry form are also up and running. So if you've finished your project(s), be one of the first to try out the new Interactive Entry form!!


The Fiber Arts Fiesta is the Council's main fundraiser and is presented biennially in odd years with the cooperation of the Council's co-sponsoring guilds (now numbering 17). 2015 BEST of SHOW (for judged entries) and VIEWERS' CHOICE (for non-judged entries) are showing in the carousel above. Go to the Exhibit Entry page to see some of the wonderful entries in the 2015 Fiesta.

The Fiber Arts Education Committee offers opportunities in keeping with the Council's educational mission. Scholarships and monetary funding for individuals and guild programs are now available by application to the Council. Additionally, there are three fiber arts storyboards available for educational purposes. Click Here for further information about the Education Committee. And, learn about other Fiber Arts Exhibits. We had a great time at the November Fiber Arts Cruising Route 66 show at the Old Corrales Church!

The Co-sponsoring Guilds elect or appoint representatives to participate in the Fiesta Committee and Educational Committee planning meetings.To learn more about the individual guilds, go to Guilds.

Council Board members are drawn from the guilds' membership. The current Board Officers and Directors are listed at Council Board.

The electronic Fiber Arts Newsletter (eFAN) is another component of the Council's ongoing efforts to publicize and encourage interest in the fiber arts. We publish a monthly electronic Fiber Arts Newsletter (eFAN) of events and exhibits in New Mexico. At Fiber Arts Newsletter, you can read the latest issue, as well as back issues. To have the eFAN emailed directly to you, complete the eFAN Subscription.

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