Small Expressions is a juried exhibition that showcases contemporary small-scale works using fiber techniques in any media. Small in scale but visually compelling, the Handweavers Guild of America’s Small Expressions exhibit features work that “speaks to the intricacy of expression, intimacy of design, thoughtful communication, and visual excitement.” Works juried into Small Expressions do not exceed 15 inches in any direction and are of outstanding quality. Artworks consist of diverse fiber techniques such as weaving, interlacing, basket making, bead weaving, embroidery, felting, and mixed media. This exhibition is made possible in part with support from the Fiber Trust. Additional works by local fiber artists will accompany this show. Educational workshops for adults and children will be available by registration. Fiber artist and author Deb Essen from Montana, and weaving artist and weaving teacher Ann Arndt from Sheridan, Wyoming, will be the instructors for a beginner class and children’s weaving workshop in March and April.