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Event Posting Policy: One-time events and programs may be posted here. No announcement may be posted which will promote a commercial interest or cause. Events should be accessible to TAC members either geographically (San Francisco Bay Area) or virtually. Submit events to

ENGAGE Symposium: Photography, Fashion, and Black Representation

Saturday, 2/4/23, 10am-4pm 

Admission: $45-$85
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Location: Museum Of The African Diaspora (MoAD), 685 Mission Street, SF

Organizer: Museum Of The African Diaspora


This year’s Symposium is inspired by MoAD’s current exhibition, The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion and features insightful conversations with some of today’s biggest innovators in art, fashion, and photography. Some guests include writer and curator of The New Black Vanguard, Antwaun Sargent; one of Senegal’s most promising fashion designers, Diarra Bousso; Parisian dancer-turned-photographer, Djeneba Aduayom; photographers Awol Erizku, Arielle Bobb Willis, Adrienne Raquel, Clifford Prince King, and more.

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Panel Discussion, "The Frayed Stories of Life"

Sunday, 2/5/23, 2pm 

Admission: Free
Location: Arc Gallery,
1246 Folsom Street (between 8th and 9th) in San Francisco

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In-person Panel Discussion with the Artists of "The Frayed Stories of Life," including TAC member artist Deborah Corsini, whose work Downstream is at the left (73" x 32", plastic bags, plastic yarn, metallic yarn, rayon, plastic beads on linen.). The show runs from January 14 to February 18, 2023.

Needlework with Gold Spinning

Scandal and Imprisonment: Gold Spinners of 17th Century England

with Dr. Tricia Wilson Nguyen

Monday, 2/6/23, 10am PT 

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Admission: $10
Location: Onli
Organizer: San Francisco School of Needlework and Design

The history of thread spinning in 17th century England is one of “scandal and imprisonment,” with women’s prominent role in the process neglected by history. Unwitting pawns in fights over monetary policy; beginning in the 1620s, gold spinners were thrown in jail for refusing to pay bribes, their homes were raided by constables, and they were tried in sham courts. This drama is extrapolated by Dr. Nguyen in this fascinating webinar.

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Northern Delights: Swedish Textiles from 1680 to 1850

with Gunnar Nilsson, Collector and Independent Scholar, Göteborg, Swede

Saturday, 2/11/23, 10 am PT 

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Admission: Free
Location: O
Organizer: The New England Rug Society \ Textile Museum Associates of Southern California

Certain textile techniques unique to rural communities in Sweden have a long history, and the best pieces stand comparison with the most celebrated traditional textile art elsewhere in Europe. Yet they remain little known outside their locality, and little has been written about them in English. Collector Gunnar Nilsson will let us into the secrets of these handcrafted techniques, which are well represented in prominent Swedish museums, and well known to Swedish collectors, textile historians, and anyone enjoying handcrafted techniques.


Tribal & Textile Art / American Indian Art Virtual Shows

Thursday 2/23/23 through Sunday 2/26 

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Admission: TBA
Location: Online
Organizer: Objects of Art Shows / Whitehawk

In place of the traditional in-person San Francisco shows, Virtual editions of of the San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show and the American Indian Art Show/San Francisco will be offered. More information will be posted when available.

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Curator's Conversations

with Artist Christine Meuris and Amy DiPlacido

Wednesday, 3/1/23, 10am PT 

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Admission: Free
Location: Online
Organizer: San Francisco School of Needlework and Design

Join us for an informative conversation between artist Christine Meuris and Curator Amy DiPlacido where they will discuss the artist's work and Meuris's slow making processes. Throughout her works Christine focuses on translating traditional home-based arts executed in fabric, fiber and paper. Inspirations come from a wide selection of techniques, such as quilting patterns, needlepoint patterns, and woven tapestry. Amy DiPlacido is a visual artist and curator based in Northern California. She has held the position of Curator of Exhibitions at San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles.

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QUILT San Francisco 2023

Friday, 3/24/23 10am-6pm, Saturday 3/25 10am-5pm 

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Admission: $12 in advance, $15 at the door
Location: In-person: 
The Event Center, St. Mary's Cathedral, 1111 Gough St. & Geary Blvd., SF

Virtual presentation as well.

Organizer: San Francisco Quilters' Guild

San Francisco Quilt Guild's 19th quilt show features 300+ new traditional and contemporary quilts and also wearables created by the members. QUILT SF 2023 is exhibited in an art gallery atmosphere for only these two days.  A majority of the work are judged  by independent certified judges. In addition, Joe Cunningham, Guest Artist and Barbara Strick present their textile work. During the show, meet them as they present tours of their work. Joe is a national known quilt artist and author. Special exhibitions include a selection of quilts from the Rod Kiracofe's collection, the Dorcas Handquilters who will demonstrate handquilting,  a Maker's Station,  Vendors and Celebrating Our Ruby Anniversary. 

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