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North Missouri Fiber Artists

North Missouri Fiber Artists

The purpose of this group is to explore the fiber arts and related topics. We seek to inspire, encourage, educate and share the joys of fiber arts with others. We provide a forum for showing work and getting meaningful feedback. The current interests of active members are broad including: sewing, cross stitch, dyeing, spinning, knitting, crochet and weaving. Exchange information and ideas. The group is open to anyone, at any stage of development in the fiber arts (from “want to learn” to expert) who is interested in participating in the Guild. We currently meet on the third Saturday of most months from 2-4 pm.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/865098406900503/.

Contact: 4astephanie@gmail.com.

The KAA Awarded the US Bank Grant

After completing the application, the Kirksville Arts Association was recently awarded the US Bank Grant. US Bank invests their time and resources in building vibrant communities by supporting organizations such as ours!

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Left to Right:  Wayne L. Blackman, Trevor Mills and Janie Theobald, Kirksville Arts Board Member and Grant Writer

Red Barn Arts and Crafts Award Winners

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Award Winners of 44th Annual Red Barn Arts and Crafts Festival…Left to right

Front Row:  Kimberly Shinn, Hannibal , MO, First Place Fine

Art 2-D, sponsored by Kirksville Chamber Tourism Division;  Randal Spangler, Kansas City , MO, Best of Show, sponsored by the Sojourner’s Club and Janie Theobald;  Valerie Montgomery, Brookfield, MO,  Blue Jar Baubles, First Place Crafts, sponsored by Kirksville Chamber Tourism Division;  and Cindy Sommer, Memphis, MO, Honorable Mention Crafts, sponsored by Teri Crandall. 

Back Row:  Colton Kiso, blacksmith from Nelson, MO, Student Exhibitor Award, sponsored by Eric Pryzblyski in memory of his sister Sara: Gary Gibson, Edina, MO, wooden bowls, First Place Fine Art 3D, sponsored by Kirksville Chamber Tourism Division; Marni Ward, Ava, MO, First Place Crafts, sponsored by Murilyn Koutstaal;  James Berry, Antler Art, from Hunnewell, MO, First Time Exhibitor Award sponsored by Kim LeBaron and Paula Cochran in memory of Alice B. Davis. Picture the property of Dr. James Guffey, Truman State University.