St. Louis Lacers Tatting Workshop - A Charter Chapter of International Organization of Lace, Inc.

What: A tatting workshop for all levels of experience taught by Kelli Slack.

When: May 8, 2020 6:00 - 8:30 pm

          May 9, 2020 1:00 - 4:30 pm

Where: Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, 1485 Craig Road, just off 270 between Page and Olive.

Cost: $45 if you bring your own supplies.

$60 if you want Kelli to bring your supplies.

International AER Conference in St. Louis
July 23, 2020


Judith Querciagrossa Danaher of the Chicago Weavers Guild of the North Shore is a CVRT doing blind rehabilitation with weavers. She is part of a team presenting on breaking down barriers to make fiber arts accessible. We hope to have demos and hand-on experience the afternoon of 7/23/20. 

WGSL Visit to 'Tool Stories' 

Lissa Hunter and Jo Stealey Exhibit 

Craft Alliance
 
Craft Alliance will be reopening on June 30th and has extended the Tool Stories: Lissa Hunter and Jo Stealey exhibit through July 12th. For those that need a fiber art fix, this show is fabulous! Craft Alliance will be taking cleaning and social distancing precautions as well as requiring face masks be worn by visitors.  https://craftalliance.org/exhibitions/jo-stealey-and-lissa-hunter
 
We have arranged a private WGSL visit to see Tool Stories, with insights provided by Stefanie Kirkland, CA’s Director of Exhibits, on Monday, July 6th at 11:00 AM.  This is a day when Craft Alliance is closed to the public. Our visit will be limited to a maximum of 9 people allowing for a socially distant viewing of the show. To sign up, please RSVP to Laurie Harper (HarperLJ2003@aol.com). Masks will be required while inside Craft Alliance.

copyright Weavers' Guild of St. Loius 2019

Looking for Artists for upcoming WGSL Exhibition
Our next Guild exhibition is titled Concealed/Revealed and is scheduled for this summer at the Gretchen Brigham Gallery during the Union Avenue Opera season performance of The Barber of Seville. The title of the exhibition is inspired by the dominant story theme of the opera where the main characters use subterfuge and disguise. The gallery has high visibility with pre-show refreshments, intermissions & post show “meet & greets” during each performance with typically 400-450 patrons for each show. The exhibition will be on display from July 22nd - Aug 16th and includes 4 performances of the opera. Please join us for this exciting opportunity to show our fiber work to a whole new audience! 
Gretchen Brigham Gallery is located at Union Avenue Christian Church, 733 N. Union Avenue.
Entry forms are due by June 1st (no photos required but appreciated for publicity purposes).
Finished work ready for display due by July 20th.  
Attached below is The Call for Entries for artists interested in participating.
The form can be printed and mailed OR filled out digitally and sent by email.
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Upcoming: Calls for Entries,  Exhibits, and Events