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Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance


"In Living Color" class by Rebecca Ewing
The Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance, a non-profit, provides seminars, classes, and workshops in a wide variety of fiber art disciplines.

In July 2011, when we open our fiber arts center, we will also host exhibitions, provide low-cost studio space, and provide low-cost rental space for meetings, classes, workshops, and events.  We are open to everyone with an interest in fiber and we aim to engage, educate and inspire!

Mission:  We celebrate, support, promote and perpetuate all fiber art forms and connect the fiber arts community.  We do this by addressing the following goals:

  • Connect the fiber arts community; 
  • Promote and support fiber artists, teachers, organizations, and businesses;
  • Support the display and appreciation of fiber arts and artists;
  • Provide fiber art education;
  • Preserve fiber art skills and traditions; and
  • Develop a purpose-built fiber arts center. 

Location:  Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Blog:  fiberartsalliance 
Social Media:  Twitter, Crowdrise 
Languages spoken:  English 

Schematic of Proposed Space for the Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance

Tags:  textiles, artists, nonprofit, weaving, knitting, sewing, quilting, needlework, spinning, yarn, organization, classes, workshops  

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