Entertainment briefs: Tapestry honored, alternative Christmas
Local artist’s tapestry chosen for exhibit
A tapestry created by Blue Pig Gallery artist Kathy Spoering was selected for the International Tapestry Biennial 8 Exhibit hosted by the American Tapestry Alliance.
Spoering’s tapestry titled “January” is showing with the exhibit in the Elder Gallery in Lincoln, Neb., through Nov. 15, then the exhibit moves to the American Textile History Museum in Lowell, Mass., where it will be from Jan. 21–May 1.
Holiday fair accepting artisans, vendors
Artisans and vendors are invited to sign up for the annual Unitarian-Universalist Congregation Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair that will take place Saturday, Dec. 4, at 1022 Grand Ave.
Reserving a space as soon as possible is recommended to assure availability.
Call 250-3469 for information.
Miniature show opens at Palisade gallery
The opening reception for the This Little Piggy Miniature Show will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 14.
The show features more than 45 artists and miniature art in a variety of price points. The show and sale continues through Dec. 31.
Alternative Christmas Fair at new location
The annual Alternative Christmas Fair has moved to the Lincoln Park Barn this year.
The fair is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 14, and will include displays from more than 50 local and international organizations.