This just in from Carol Ikard of the Texas Museum of Fiber Arts:
“We are pleased to announce that Liz Good, senior editor of FiberArts Magazine, will be the juror for the Fourth Annual Texas Fiber Arts Exhibit. Liz has been with the magazine for the past six years. She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado and earned her degree in Anthropology from Colorado State University, where she also studied English and Fibers.
As you know, FiberArts Magazine provides the cutting edge in wearable art; yarn, threads, and fiber discoveries; the latest expressions in beads, paper, metal, dying, and weaving. We hope having a juror with national scope will invigorate your artistic efforts and enthusiasm.
Just as a reminder, Texas Museum of Fiber Arts is currently accepting entries for the 2010 May exhibit. Applications are available on the TMFA website.”
The deadline is March 15, 2010.