Jackie Wollenberg Retrospective

Jackie Wollenberg Retrospective
Celebrating a Weaver’s Journey

Pacific Textile Arts
May 6 - June 30, 2022
Opening Friday, May 6

Courtyard Refreshments 5:00 - 8:00 pm
450 Alger Street, Fort Bragg, California


2022 Annual Newsletter

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Still only $15 a year.
Annual membership entitles you to use our extensive PTArts fiber related library, check out books, receive our annual newsletter and participate in PTArts classes, programs events and activities.

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PTArts Open

Staff on campus

Wednesdays   10:30 - NOON
Saturdays   11am-1pm

Campus Facilities

Campus Facilities

Houses classrooms, a library, gallery, demonstration studios, and sales room.

Extensive Textile Library

Extensive Textile Library

Thousands of books on all aspects of textile arts.

Botanical Garden Dye Plant Garden

Dye Plant Gardens

PTA members maintain a dye plant garden at the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens on Hwy 1 south of Fort Bragg as well as in planter boxes and in and around the campus on Alger Street.

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Pacific Textile Arts wishes to convey its gratitude to the Community Foundation of Mendocino County
for awarding us a generous grant to mitigate the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic.  
Thank you for your support.  


  • Jackie Wollenberg – A Retrospective
    Celebrating a Weaver’s JourneyOpening Friday, May 6, Courtyard Refreshments 5:00 – 8:00 pmPacific Textile Arts May 6 – June 30, 2022 I bought my first small four harness floor loom after discovering it sitting out in the courtyard…
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  • Bev & Doug Elliott Memorial Scholarship Sale
    PTArts’ Bev & Doug Elliott Memorial Scholarship Sale in March Bev and Doug’s family has generously donated most of their fiber, yarn, finished pieces, and equipment to Pacific Textile Arts.   Much of their collection will be offered for…
  • Doug and Bev Elliott
    It is with fond memories we share the passing of Shelden Douglass and Beverly (Doug and Bev) Elliott, long-time residents of Floodgate in the Deep End of Anderson Valley, both passed away in 2021.