The Alliance for American Quilts: Center for the Quilt Online The Alliance is a non-profit organization that is bringing the worlds of grassroots quilt research and academia together, opening up new horizons for quilt study and appreciation. Their web site provides information about their many projects as well as dozens of links to other quilt sites.
American Quilt Study Group The oldest quilt research organization. The AQSG Library is now at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, where it is accessible to the International Quilt Study Center. Many books are available for loan.
Antiques and the Arts Weekly May The Bee go on forever! Both the calendar and reporting are indispensable.
Artcyclopedia Fine arts search engine which offers access to a fabulous database of artists, art works, museums, and other fine arts resources on the web. The best and smartest arts resource center on the web.
Art History Resources on the Web A vast list of links to art of every kind imaginable, from cave paintings to the present.
Digital Librarian A librarian's personal choice of web resources. Comprehensive and very useful.
Frets.com A vast wonderland of information on guitars and other fretted acoustic instruments. Correctly billed as "the owner's manual you didn't get with your new instrument, the online care and repair resource for musicians and luthiers, and a photo album of new and vintage instruments," all created and maintained by Frank Ford of Gryphon Stringed Instruments.
Maine Antique Digest Monthly compendium of news, reviews, and provocative editorials about the world of antiques. Indispensable.
National Basketry Organization, Inc. A brand new non-profit organization dedicated to both antique and contemporary basketry.
Quilt National is a biennial international juried exhibition of contemporary innovative quilts. The first Quilt National was shown in 1979. Quilt National '05 is the fourteenth of these exhibitions.. Quilt National's purpose is "to carry the definition of quilting far beyond its traditional parameters and to promote quiltmaking as what it always has been -- an art form."
Quilt San Diego/Quilt Visions is a not-for-profit international arts organization "dedicated to the promotion and appreciation of the quilt as art." To that end Visions presents a biennial juried exhibition and s also planning to open a non-profit gallery in San Diego in 2006.
Studio Art Quilt Associates The largest and most active organization of and for contemporary studio quilt makers. SAQA sponsors exhibitions, conferences, and workshops for quilt makers, and promotes awareness of the art quilt to galleries, museums, collectors, and the public-at-large.
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