Welcome to Dallas Area Fiber Artists!
Calling all art quilters, doll makers, stampers, bead crazies and mixed-media maniacs. If you've got fiber in your work, join us and come get your art on! See the calendar of upcoming programs here.
DAFA meets the 4th Monday of each month at 6:45 p.m. at The Point, Center for Arts and Education on the campus of C.C. Young Retirement Community, 4847 West Lawther Drive, in Dallas.
DAFA Member Show Now Open at The Point
Congratulations to the following members whose artwork was juried into The Fine Art of Fiber 2014: Connie Akers, Janet Avery, Alisa Banks, Flo Barry, Deborah Boschert, Valery Guignon, Michelle Knoerzer, Sara Miller, Joann Musso, Lu Peters, Heather Pregger, Leo Ransom, Jules Rushing, Glynis Scott, Ruth Sidddiqi, Carolyn Skei, Debbie Snider, Sherrie Tootle, VET, Robin Williamson, Brenda Wyatt, and Gay Young.
The show is currently on exhibit at The Point, Center for Arts and Education on the campus of C.C. Young Retirement Community. Find details about the reception and awards ceremony below.
April Meeting: Member Show Reception and Awards
Celebrate the conclusion of DAFA's 2014 Member Show with us on Monday, April 28, at 6 p.m. at The Point. Festivities include a reception, awards ceremony and viewing of two exciting exhibitions:
• The Fine Art of Fiber 2014, an exhibit of member works juried by Dallas-area artist Teri Muse
• Textures of Indonesia, the 2014 member challenge exhibit organized by JoAnn Musso and Mary Masal
Community Service Workshop: "Dress a Girl Around the World"
Brenda McKinney and Barbara Kirksey invite you to a DAFA community service workshop on Saturday, May 17, where they will launch our participation in the international project "Dress a Girl Around the World." It will be a morning of cutting, sewing, pressing and making simple dresses for young girls in need of love, respect and something to wear.
Wilshire Baptist Church, 4316 Abrams Road, Dallas
Saturday, May 17, 9 a.m. - noon
(Come even if you don't sew; there will be patterns to cut, fabrics to iron, etc.). Find more details here.