Education programming with show-and-tell meetings take place
on the 2nd Thursday of the month
from September through June at 10 am.
Meetings are at North Shore Unitarian Church, 370 Mathers Ave, West Vancouver, BC.
Chapter meetings with program speakers are held on the 3rd Thursday of the month
from September through June at 10 am using Zoom.
To register for meetings, e-mail: NSNAcontact
|Marie-Renee Otis||Retrospective of Works. Embroideries of magical women, subjects of nature, stitch abstractions, pure exploration of the material. Works use fibres and textiles|
from different countries blended with goldwork material, beads, jewellery and elements of nature. Many traditional techniques are used to create contemporary works.
|Oct 20||Claudia Kistler||Perforated Paper Needlework. See the creativity of counted thread pieces worked on specific “fabric” that was once very popular but is almost forgotten today. Between 1840 and 1900 a popular needlework pastime for both children and adults was stitching on perforated paper. In this lecture you will see an overview of the history and different types of perforated paper needlework.|
|Nov 10||Garage Sale|
|Christmas Celebration – Potluck lunch|
|Dec 15||Chapter Meeting|
|Sue Stone||“Woman without a fish” Sue Stone is a UK based textile artist who is best known for textural, figurative compositions that often feature a fish. “A short introduction to myself and my narrative work including the techniques I use and where I find my inspiration. An in depth look at pieces in my Imagined Journeys series including how I combine images to convey ideas and the stories behind some of the individual pieces. |
For prior years programs: Program Archives