The Albuquerque Fiber Arts Council, Inc.
Promoting Fiber Art in New Mexico
Mission Statement:
The Albuquerque Fiber Arts Council, Inc., a not-for-profit organization operating with the support of co-sponsoring fiber arts guilds, acts through educational programs, funding and public exhibits, to ensure the current and future viability of fiber arts for our guilds, fiber artists, and the larger community.

The Council accomplishes this primarily through the two major components of the Council: the Fiber Arts Fiesta Committee and the Fiber Arts Education Committee.
The Co-sponsoring Guilds elect or appoint representatives to attend the Fiesta Committee and Educational Committee planning meetings.To learn more about the individual guilds, Click Here.
The Council has sponsored two off-year fiber arts shows in the past, an opportunity for the co-sponsoring guilds' artists to present their work in a gallery setting. Guild members provided the exhibits and served as docents during gallery hours. Most docents provided demos throughout the duration of the gallery show as well! The first AFAC Fiber Arts Show of work limited to members of local guilds was held April 2006 at the Albuquerque Arts Alliance Gallery, 1100 San Mateo NE, Albuquerque, NM. The second group show of juried work by guild members was also held at the Arts Alliance Gallery May 2 - June 2, 2008. Click Here for current information on our plans for a 2014 exhibit.
The Fiber Arts Newsletter is another component of the Council's ongoing efforts to publicize and encourage interest in the fiber arts. We publish a bi-monthly Fiber Arts Newsletter of events and exhibits in New Mexico. Click Here for further information.
P.O. Box 16443, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87191-6443
© 2010 Albuquerque Fiber Arts Council, Inc.
Last Update: April 20, 2014
The Fiber Arts Fiesta is the Council's main fundraiser and is presented biennially in odd years with the cooperation of the Council's co-sponsoring guilds (now numbering 17). Click Here for further information.
The Fiber Arts Education Committee offers opportunities in keeping with the Council's educational mission. Scholarships and monetary funding for individuals and guild programs are now available by application to the Council. Additionally, there are three fiber arts storyboards available for educational purposes. And, in non-fiesta years, a fiber arts exhibit is held. Click Here for further information.
Council Board members are also drawn from the guilds. Click Here to view the current Board Officers and Directors.
Heading photo: "Julie's Garden," crocheted by Dot Drake