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WCAC Seeking Artists For Textile & Weaving Exhibit

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WILLIAMSBURG-As the Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center (WCAC) prepares for its upcoming Textile & Weaving Extravaganza Show, the center is looking for artisans to participate.

The show, which will run September 1-18, is open to all textile and weaving artists who work with different forms, styles, and variations. Both WCAC members and non-members are welcome.

Those interested in participating can submit up to six small items or three large quilts, or a combination of both. Work must be available for sale during the event.

WCAC is looking for artists with experience in different forms of textile and weaving, both wearable and decorative pieces to include quilting, weaving, fiber art, paper art, quilling, rope baskets, embroidery, knitting, crocheting, beading, and sewing.

The show will also include antique quilts, textiles, and other woven pieces with a history.

Deadline to register for participation is Wednesday, August 25. For more information, contact show coordinator Priscilla Stultz at quilter73@hotmail.com or call 757-378-2348.

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