Deadline: July 17, 2022
Exhibition tour during two years in 2023
The second International Textile Art Biennale, organized by Fibre Arts Australia, will be held in Australia in 2023.
The best of contemporary art textiles and a wide range of works related to the textile medium.
Art Textiles is a term derived to express emotions and feelings using a media that has been used since the dawn of time. Traditional and non-traditional techniques being utilised in a contemporary practice, the repeated touch in these works is very gratifying.
The selected works in this award will push previously held notions of textile/fibre art, opening a dialogue about what it is to be a textile artist that makes an expression and commentary on content and concept in the 21st Century.
A well resolved concept combined with exploratory and expert use of a chosen material will be paramount for this Biennale.
From intimate reflections to huge environmental issues, the works will vary in concepts, techniques, material and presentation. There will be a common thread of innovation, experimentation beside professional practice with a focus on contemporary as never before.
The goal of the exhibition is to include innovative work rooted primarily in textile as well as art that explored unexpected relationships between textile and other creative disciplines
Fibre Arts Australia is committed to developing this significant award with it original vision and intentions so that Art Textile practitioners continue to expand, grow and inspire.
ATB 2023 Major Award Winner: AU$8,500
Glenys Mann Award of Excellence: AU$2,500
Australian Excellence Award: AU$1,500
International Excellence Award: AU$1,500
Eligibility: Australia and International
Entry Fee: A$75.00 for 1 or 2 entries
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission deadline: 17 July 2022
Notification of jurors’ decision: 25 August 2022
Accepted work due: 13 December 2022
Opening Reception: 23 January 2023
All work selected for touring should be available for up to two (2) years beginning December 2022. Work on tour will be insured. Work will be returned upon tour completion.
Deadline: july 17, 2022
The second International Art Textile Biennale (IATB) organized by Fiber arts Australia seeks to exhibit the best of contemporary art textiles and invites submissions, from Australia and Internationally, that reflect a wide range of works related to the textile medium.