A call for artisans from the ADK Museum

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE - The Adirondack Museum at Blue Mountain Lake seeks talented fiber or fabric artisans and crafters to show and sell their wares at the Adirondack Fabric and Fiber Arts Festival planned for Sept 12.

Spinning, weaving, knitting, quilting, and a host of talented North Country artisans will take center stage for the celebration of traditional and contemporary fiber arts. The day will include demonstrations, displays presentations, a knit-in, and much more, as well as a juried marketplace of fiber related products for sale.

Artisans and crafters from the across the Adirondack North Country are invited to apply for a space in the marketplace. The following are eligibl for consideration by the committee: high quality handspun yarns, fine needlework, embellished and multi-media art pieces, fiber tools an accessories, knitted, knotted, woven, quilted felted or other unique handcrafted items.

For full information or to receive an application, contact Jessica Rubin at the Adirondack Museum, Box 99, Blue Mountain Lake, NY 12812, 352-7311, ext. 115, jrubin@adkmuseum.org or Micaela Hall, 352-7311, ext. 128, mhall@adkmuseum.org. All submissions must include photographs and should be received by the Adirondack Museum no later than May 1.

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