How Many Entries? Do I have to be a member?

One idea per entry fee. The entry fee is $15 for 1 entry.. There is no limit on the number of entries. Non members fee is $50 payable at time of submission.

Size Restriction

No size restriction (The use of fibers and textiles must comprise 75% of the piece.

Selling Your Work

Artists wanting to sell works must contact the curator. If interested in selling please include the price of the piece with the submission. Works may not be sold at the Mexican Consulate but may be sold through RTcurated 25% commission.


FAMA in collaboration with the Mexican Consulate is responsible for the marketing, of the event.

The work will be insured after delivery, during the exhibit, and until the deadline date of work pick up.

Are there fees?

Yes, 15.00 dollars per entry. Payable on day of submission.

Pay the fee here.






Delivery and Pick up

This is a juried exhibit. You will receive an email to the status of your work. If it is accepted, the artist is responsible for timely delivery of work and pick up at the end of the exhibition. Anyone failing to pick up their work by the due date without making further arrangements will be charged $50.00 a day for storage. The gallery is not responsible for your work or will carry insurance for your work after the deadline to pick up work. thank you for understanding!

Frequently Asked Questions


FAMA promotes and encourages excellence in the creation, experience, and support of the arts for the enrichment of our total community. FAMA does not discriminate against any artist or applicant because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation or belief, age, economic standing, or disability.

Who judges the artwork? Our review process for art selection follows anonymous and blind adjudication procedures. Our judges are made up from a pool of professionals in the arts field who are or will become honorary members of FAMA.

Is there a fee for submission? Our juried exhibitions and events are open to all FAMA members with a minimal fee of $15 for each show. Non members fee of $45.00 includes a one year membership. 

Why is there a fee for submission. FAMA proud itself on delivering the highest quality, thematically cohesive, non biased, inclusive projects that unfortunately entail costs. FAMA is run by non-salaried volunteer members and is a not for profit organization.

What does the fee cover? The $15 fee covers the cost of the exhibition, professional photo documentation video (est. cost of $600.00), public education workshops (stipend per artist @250.00), exciting and cohesive installation design and dismantling ($500-$800), marketing, promotion, and printing cost of poster signage ($400-$800 estimated cost), website design and yearly expenses ($400), OVR ($1000) or Virtual exhibition creation (250), and offset the cost of hardship membership.

What is the function of FAMA? FAMA does not make commissions from the sale of work exhibited or is responsible for marketing artists. Our goal is to educate the public on the importance of textiles and fibers within the history of art. As such, our main goal is education.

May I submit if I am not a fiber artist? Yes, FAMA is open to all artists and art enthusiasts around the world who share our same enthusiasm for excellence, education, and promotion of the arts. 

Submission Requirements

Artists are invited to submit works from immersive site-specific installations, works that reinterpret the codes of history, to

contemporary and experimental textile art that aligns with the theme of the show.

Size: no larger than 6 ft in height.

Submit a Proposal/ Image

 Submit a proposal or image to 

Rina Gitlin/ Adriana Torres

with the idea for your piece or images of your work. Each idea/image should come with a sketch or rendering along with a written statement about your piece. Rina and Adriana will reply to you directly about your submissions/ works by email. On the subject of the email make sure to add the title of the show and on the body of the email add your contact phone number.


1. Submit a proposal or images of work to

Rina Gitlin/ Adriana Torres

2. Submit a proposal with image/s, an artist statement, and intention for every piece.

3. Must pay the fee and be or become a FAMA member.

3. If accepted, you will receive instructions for delivery and pick up of work.


All proposed works-digital entries must be submitted by 

Deadline August 31st

Fee entry is $15.00 per entry (1  artwork per entry-up to 3 images of each entry). You may enter as many works as you wish.

Must be a FAMA member or become a member at the time of submission

Letters of works status will be sent out no later than October 1, 2022

Delivery instructions will be emailed to accepted artists.

Threading the City

Fiber Artists Miami Association (FAMA) wants to celebrate and mobilize the textile arts community with our first city-wide event Threading the City. Artists are a driving force in recharging communities and our economy. Recent data has proven that artists are drivers in placemaking. FAMA understands that the main ingredients to creative placemaking are creative initiators consisting of a team, building on our collective expertise, mobilizing support from organizations, community engagement, and creating partnerships. As such, Threading the City is an investment in an economic, cultural, and social platform that will help revitalize and showcase the extraordinary talent of local and international textile artists. The event serves as a platform to unite local and international artists, curators, institutions, and educators in dialogue to demystify the world of contemporary textile art.

Threading the City
is funded by The Ellies, Miami’s visual arts awards, presented by Oolite Arts.



 Instituto Cultural
de México- Mexican Consulate, Brickell

Curator: Rina Gitlin

Adriana Torres

Miami is a populous city of wanderers and immigrants from around the world. The cultural map of Miami embraces people who speak different languages, of different ethnicities, and skin colors, all special and unique. This thread invites artists to address the theme of displacement, migration, heritage, and cultural legacy that can help weave Miami's past into the present. Through textiles, fibers,  and mixed media, artists will narrate perspectives and intersectional dialogues of our city from outside and within.

About Us

About the Instituto Cultural de México 

Adriana Torres Sánchez


Instituto Cultural de México 

1399 SW 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33130
Tel. 786 - 268 - 4915