Tinkuy 2017, the Gathering of the Textile Arts in Cusco, Peru, November 8–11, 2017. This international gathering of indigenous textile artisans, textile enthusiasts, art historians, anthropologists, and many others will celebrate the wealth and diversity of our textile traditions, and everyone is invited!
Not only will there be hands-on workshops and opportunities to learn about textile arts from some of the world’s leading experts, this unique conference also helps encourage and empower textile artisans from developing countries who are continuing their traditions, strengthening their communities, and making a future for their families. You cannot imagine the pride in the eyes of a weaver from a tiny village community when she sees hundreds of weavers from around the world gathered to celebrate her traditions—traditions that have been undervalued and all but lost in the weaver’s own society. Not only do the artisan participants come away with new weaving ideas and a new sense of pride, they leave with training to help them make their businesses more successful and sustainable.
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"But seriously . . . ” ArtFiber Saint Louis Exhibit
Art quilts and stitched constructions exhibit
Location: Third Degree Glass Factory, 5200 Delmar Blvd.. St. Louis, MO 63108
Reception: June 16, 6 pm – 10 pm.
Exhibit dates: June 16 – July 18, 2017
Gallery Hours: Monday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm
“But seriously …” ArtFiber Saint Louis’ exhibition explores concerns of modern society from ecology and politics to individual response to distress. The flip side to strife and uncertainty, hope and joy, can provide a counterpoint – robins continue to hatch and fledge on a windowsill in Ferguson, MO, and babies and youngsters grow within families that treasure their being.
Fiber works feature a wide variety of surface design and construction techniques. A strength for ArtFiber Saint Louis is the diversity of styles of the exhibiting artists.
The Weavers' Guild of St. Louis will be hosting the 2018 All Missouri Spin-In.
Please watch for updates.
Next meeting dates:
Felting - TBD
Garment Group - July 18
Long & Skinny - June 13
New Weavers - June 10
Professional Development - TBD
Rigid Heddle - July 8
Spinners & Knitters - June 6
Swedish Weavers - June 2
Tapestry - June 10
Go to the Study Group
pages for more information.
June 10th from 10 am - 3 pm.
Chocolate Garage, 400 S. State Hwy 21, Caledonia, MO 63631.
We will have for sale handspun yarns, rovings and complete fleeces, plus dye plants for natural dyeing.
Lunch will be served
Contact Virginia LaChance 573- 315-0257
Weavers' Guild of St. Louis
March 25, 2017
Study Group Fair
Workshops: Art Expressed as Felt
Lisa Hinrichs will be teaching a series of three workshops for both beginners and felters with experience. If you have tried felting before and thought it was too strenuous this may be the class for you since it will be possible to sit for a portion of the time. There are two felted 2 dimensional art classes (May 13th and July 8th) and one class making a felted vessel (June 10th). If you sign up for all three of the workshops then you will receive a discount of 10%
For more information: http://www.lisahinrichs.com/workshops/
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