About

About

International Fiber Collaborative, Inc. (IFC)

Founded in 2008 as a 501(c)(3) and with established roots in Huntsville, AL, Topeka, KS, and Columbus, OH, develops community programs that create collaborative opportunities in art and civic engagement. IFC promotes programs that link learning and creativity in the arts to science, math, engineering, and the humanities. Public programming has been a catalyst for creativity in health care facilities, libraries, schools, museums, and other locations. 

Read more about our program here.


2008 Gas Station Wrap 

Syracuse, New York

Individuals from 17 countries and more than 2,500 grade school students in 29 states worked together to cover a Citgo station. Our goal is to engage the public; we support innovative projects that bring individuals together in efforts that strengthen everyone’s sense of community.

Projects that allow for active involvement from its community encourages individuals to become invested in the project as a whole when they see how their own contributions can make a difference. We develop projects that create collaborative opportunities for schools, groups and individuals.
2008 Gas Station Wrap

Before wrapping

2009 Tree Project

Huntsville, Alabama

The Tree Project engaged more than 8,000 students, 62 schools, and quilters from 23 countries and 39 states. Participants submitted over 14,000 handmade leaves for the canopy, mimicking the shape of a live oak. All leaves were photographed and posted online for the public to enjoy.

Image of the Tree Project being installed in its permanent home, the rotunda of the Earlyworks Children’s Museum in Huntsville, Alabama. About one in four participants submitted photographs for inclusion in our online platforms such as our website, Flickr, Facebook and Twitter.

2009 Tree Project