2020-2021 Workshop Registration Form
Welcome to our upcoming Guild activities: meetings, workshops, retreats and our guild show. For information about bees, occasional trips, and additional information about programs and events, Members and Non-Members may refer to our Recent Newsletters on the About Us page.
Guild Meeting Time and Location: Guild meetings are held either via Zoom (link will be provided via email) OR from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church on the first Monday of the month, 730 Bestgate Road in Annapolis. Because of Covid, we are constantly monitoring what is safe for our members.
When meetings are in person at the church, visitors are always welcome! Weather Cancellation Policy: If Anne Arundel County Schools close, we do not meet.
Workshop Time and Location: Workshops are held from 9:00 am – 3:30 pm at the Severna Park Community Center, 623 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd. in Severna Park or via zoom.
Workshop Costs for Members: Workshops vary depending on whether they are in-person or via zoom and the length of the workshop. Registration and payment for workshops is required in advance. Some workshops also have a kit fee to be paid directly to the instructor.
Non-Member Registration: If a workshop is not filled one month before the event, non-members may register for a fee of approximately $10 more than members (plus any applicable kit fee to be paid to the instructor).
October 4, 2021: WORKSHOP & MEETING VIA ZOOM
Two-Day Virtual Workshop for $40 (Mary Pal)
Sunday 10/3 Workshop: 1-4 pm
Monday 10/4 Workshop: 10 am -1 pm
Workshop will demonstrate how simple it is to create a portrait out of cheesecloth. No drawing skills required! Learn fibre artist Mary Pal’s unique method of manipulating cheesecloth that combines “sculpting” or “painting” with fibers and stitching them to a background fabric. Confident beginner friendly. $40; 12 slots left, opening registration to other guilds tomorrow.
Evening Lecture: “One Wild Ride”
Guild Meeting, 7:00 -9:00 pm, via zoom
November 1, 2021: WORKSHOP & MEETING, more info pending
Monday Workshop: The first in-person class will be held on November 1 with Judy Gula from Artistic Artifacts.
“Create an Art Quilt with a Batik Panel “ Artistic Artifacts (through Batik Tambal) works with the leading artists in Indonesia to create their hand drawn batik panels. We will discuss how these panels are created in a cooperative process that is led by the artists. These handcrafted panels can be used to create both traditional and art quilts, home décor, clothing and more. Bring a batik panel that you already own or purchase one from Artistic Artifacts (a large selection will be available to you the day of the class), several coordinating fabrics and we will brainstorm ideas and begin your piece. Student supply list to be provided in advance.” $40 workshop fee
Evening Lecture: “Batik Adventure” Travel through Indonesia with Judy Gula! The presentation begins with a 35-minute computer slide show including a wealth of photos of Indonesia culture and the many batik processes. With these illustrations, a discussion will be led on how Indonesian fabrics are created, including beautiful hand-drawn batik panels, batik fabric yardage, and sarongs. At the conclusion of the slideshow, your group will have a variety of batik fabrics and other Indonesian textiles to see and handle. A mini trunk show of art quilts that have been created with these wonderful batiks and panels will also be included.
Guild Meeting, 7:00 -9:00 pm
April 3-4, 2022: WORKSHOP & MEETING
Two-Day In-Person Workshop (Valerie Goodwin)
$85, plus a $5-$10 workshop fee to Valerie Goodwin
Sunday Workshop: 1-6 pm
Monday Workshop: 9-3
At the Severna Park Community Center
Discover the possibilities of creating a map from fabric, paint and thread! Valerie Goodwin will teach this innovative two-class.
Using a fun and simple series of painted and collaged, mixed- media techniques, you will create a mixed media fiber art map. The instructor will guide you through a series of steps that will provide opportunities to learn about design while giving you the freedom to experiment within a structured framework.
Guild Meeting, 7:00 -9:00 pm