2011 Exhibits
~~ January – December
The Thread Project International Exhibit remains on display in Independence, MO at the International Headquarters of the Community of Christ Temple, dedicated to the pursuit of peace. All seven world cloths are on display and open to the public from nine to five in the foyer. Since December 1993, seven days a week, the Temple holds a prayer for peace at 1:00 pm. Prayers, written by people from around the world, are read. Each day a prayer is offered for a specific country based on the World Council of Churches’ ecumenical prayer cycle, joining prayers with others around the world. For more information visit http://www.cofchrist.org/visit
2010 Exhibits
~~ January – December
Throughout 2010, The Thread Project International Exhibit will remain on display in Independence, MO at the International Headquarters of the Community of Christ Temple, dedicated to the pursuit of peace. All seven world cloths are on display and open to the public from nine to five in the foyer. Since December 1993, seven days a week, the Temple holds a prayer for peace at 1:00 pm. Prayers, written by people from around the world, are read. Each day a prayer is offered for a specific country based on the World Council of Churches’ ecumenical prayer cycle, joining prayers with others around the world. For more information visit http://www.cofchrist.org/visit
2009 Exhibits
~~ January – December
Throughout 2009, The Thread Project International Exhibit is on display in Independence, MO at the International Headquarters of the Community of Christ Temple, dedicated to the pursuit of peace. All seven world cloths are on display and open to the public from nine to five in the foyer. Since December 1993, seven days a week, the Temple holds a prayer for peace at 1:00 pm. Prayers, written by people from around the world, are read. Each day a prayer is offered for a specific country based on the World Council of Churches’ ecumenical prayer cycle, joining prayers with others around the world. For more information visit http://www.cofchrist.org/visit
2008 Exhibits
~~ Mar 25 -- Apr/May Sioux Lookout, Ontario
The green cloth Weaving Reconciliation will be exhibited at the A-frame Gallery, 88 1/2 Front Street, Sioux Lookout, Ontario. The formal opening is scheduled for Friday, March 28 at 7 pm. The opening will include a showing of the DVD "The Thread Narratives," which contains stories about some of the threads contributed by people from Sioux Lookout. On Tuesday, March 25, a First Nation Elder will present Seven Sacred Teachings at the gallery in the presence of the seven panels that make up Weaving Reconciliation, which is one of seven World Cloths of the Thread Project. For more information about the exact date the exhibit ends, contact Laurel Wood lawood@gosiouxlookout.com.
2007 Exhibits
~~ Sep 8 – Oct 20 Charleston, SC
All 49 panels, woven on looms around the world, will be displayed at the City Gallery at Waterfront Park in downtown Charleston, SC. The exhibit will coincide with the MOJA Arts Festival. Many Thread Project weavers will gather for the first time to meet each other and visit the exhibit. Personal Invitation
~~ Mar 9 – Mar 11 San Antonio, TX
One panel from each cloth will be on display at the international WOMENSPEAK Conference in San Antonio, TX. The conference encourages women of all nations and creeds to use their wisdom to effect change in the world; it is sponsored by the Redbird Foundation, and will be held at the San Antonio Convention Center (Henry Gonzales Center).
2006 Exhibits
~~ Aug 18 – Nov 30 St. Paul’s Chapel in New York, NY
For the first time all seven cloths, 49 panels in all, will be on display at St. Paul’s Chapel in New York City as part of the 5-year anniversary of 9/11/2001.

If you would like to see the cloths hanging in St. Paul’s Chapel and listen to some of Terry Helwig’s comments during the 9/11 Remembrance service, you can access the video at http://www.trinitywallstreet.org/multimedia/?video and click on 9/11/06 Fifth Anniversary. Another video at this link called Threads Project includes some early footage of The Thread Project.

St. Paul’s Chapel opened its doors and its heart to those seeking solace, hope and community during the eight-month relief effort at the World Trade Center site. A different color panel will hang on each of the six pillars; one panel of Sophia’s Mantle, woven with threads from four 9/11 families, will be on the main floor; and the other 42 panels will hang from the balcony. For directions, hours and information about the Chapel, visit their web site at www.saintpaulschapel.org.
~~ June 19 - 30 Kalamazoo, MI
Twenty panels will be on display at the Fetzer Institute. The public is invited to a community reception that will be held Monday, June 19th from 3-6 pm. The Fetzer Institute, one of the sponsors of The Thread Project: One World, One Cloth, is a private operating foundation with a mission to foster awareness of the power of love and forgiveness in the emerging global community. For more information or to RSVP to the reception, please contact www.fetzer.org 9292 West KL Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI.
~~ May 13 – July 11 United Nations Headquarters,    New York City
Three of the 49 panels have been sent to the United Nations Headquarters in New York City to be part of their In Celebration of Indigenous People exhibit. The three panels include: 1) the Guatemalan panel, woven on a back-strap loom by the Cojolya Association of Maya Women Weavers, in Santiago Atitlan; 2) the African panel woven in Lesotho by: Hatooa Mose Mosali, Elelloang Basali Weavers, Maseru Tapestries & Mats, Seithati, Heribe Craft and Helang Sasali; and 3) the Canadian panel woven in Sioux Lookout, Ontario as part of the community’s Race Relations Week in which First Nations and Euro-Canadians wove a panel that was blessed in a traditional ceremony on the lake's edge.
~~ April 14 – July 15 Austin, TX
A panel of Lienzo Luminoso (Cloth of Light), woven by The Weavers and Spinners Society of Austin members will be on display at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport until the end of May as part of the exhibit Tales of Yarn running from April 14 to July 15. For more information, contact Marie Hauff at www.wssaustin.org.
~~ March 11 - 14 Colombus, OH
A panel of Dawn Looming will be on display at the 2006 NACC conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. For more information see: http://www.nacc.org/conference/threadproject.asp
2005 Exhibits
~~ September 10 – 12 Washington, D.C.
The purple cloth Hope Materializing will be on display at the Department of Peace Conference in Washington, D.C. at the L’Enfant Plaza Hotel. The cloth will be moved on Monday, September 12, to the Ronald Regan Building to be used as a backdrop on-stage during a program featuring Walter Cronkite, the Honorable Dennis Kucinich, Marianne Williamson, and others. For more information about the conference visit www.thepeacealliance.org
~~ August 26 – 28 Great Barrington, MA
A panel of Threaded Harmony will be on display in the Berkshires at an event sponsored by Wash!...an oral history of time strung out over a laundry line. Wash! is a series of monologues written by Maria Seddio; the weekend is a celebration of community, conversation, courage and connection. For more information, contact Denise Foerst@corptalkonline.com
~~ June 6 - 18 St. Paul, MN
The World Cloth Threaded Harmony will be on display at the Carondelet Center, 1890 Randolf, St. Paul, MN. For more information, please contact Carol Petersen at wisdomways@csjstpaul.org at Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality, a ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.
~~ June 6 - Wallingford, PA
A panel of Weaving Reconciliation will be on display at Pendle Hill www.pendlehill.org For more information contact weaver Robyn Josephs forrestwife@yahoo.com.
~~ June 3 Newton Square, PA
A panel of Weaving Reconciliation will be on display at Open Connections www.openconnections.org. For more information contact weaver Robyn Josephs forrestwife@yahoo.com.
~~ May 26 Sioux Lookout, Canada
A panel of the World Cloth Weaving Reconciliation, woven in conjunction with Sioux Lookout Anti-Racism Committee's "Weaving Threads of Healing," will be displayed and dedicated on May 26 as part of the National Day of Healing and Reconciliation in Sioux Lookout, Canada. For more information, please contact Laurel Wood lawood@nwconx.net
2004 Exhibits
~~ October 29 - 31 Poros, Greece
Anyone participating in the fall festival in Poros, Greece is welcome to tie on a thread and weave several rows of a panel of the third World Cloth called Ariadne's Prayer. Eleni Pavlou and her students will be warping and preparing the loom by mid October. For more information contact Eleni at thomas03@otenet.gr
~~ August 19 - 22 San Juan County Fair, WA
Members of the San Juan County Textile Guild and Thread Project weaver Evelyn Tuller will help visitors at the San Juan County Fair weave a panel of Threaded Harmony, which will remain on display throughout the fair.
~~ July - September Colorado Springs Airport , Colorado Springs, CO
All seven panels of the first World Cloth Hope Materializing will be on display at the Colorado Springs Airport. Brenda Cameron, a weaver for The Thread Project: One World, One Cloth, is curating the exhibit.
~~ June - July Penelope Breads & Threads, Delray Beach, FL
Bebby Weigand and Penny Morgan will help summer camp students weave one of the red panels of Threaded Harmony at Penelope Breads & Threads at 353 N. Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach Fl. 33444 Phone 561-272-1000
~~ May 15 - June 1 Raymond Blasco Memorial Library, Erie, PA
On May 15, organizer Patti Fowler and Thread Project weaver Robin Hurd helped the public weave a red panel of Threaded Harmony. The single panel will remain on display until June 1.
~~ April 29 - May 2 Sophia Institute, Charleston, SC
The completed cloth Hope Materializing made its debut at the Mosaics of Mary Art Exhibit and Conference at the Studio Phoebe Pember House
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