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Art Camp Registration opens November 15 2019
More at
https://www.weavetexas.org/art-camp-2020/

Texas A&M University J. Wayne Stark Galleries
and the
Brazos Spinners & Weavers Guild and INTERSECTIONS
Textile Learning Center & Gallery
will be hosting the

HGA – 2019 Small Expressions Exhibit

October 24, 2019 – December 14, 2019

Exhibition hours: Tuesday – Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday – Sunday 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., and Closed Mondays. Admission to Small Expressions is free.

The J. Wayne Stark Galleries is located at Texas A&M University at Room 1120 Memorial Student Center in College Station, Texas. For parking and directions visit their website, www.uart.tamu.edu, or call (979) 845-6081.
Let the BSWG or INTERSECTIONS know when you are coming into College
Station and we can open the shop! Contact us at weavebrazos@gmail.com or call 979-822-5684

Weaving in 3-D

Sarah Fortin

A very special workshop hosted by the FWWG

April 17 – 19, 2020 

The objective of “Weaving in 3-D” is to learn a loom-controlled method for creating fabric with dimension.  Weaving with two layers, separately and simultaneously, participants will be able to make folds, pleats, tucks, gathers and puckers, along with learning tips and tricks to create them.

NOTE: Workshops sponsored by the Fort Worth Weavers Guild are open to all weavers, members of a guild or not.  Workshop fees are the same for everyone.  However, FWWG members have sign-up priority before December 1, 2019.  Sign up today – more info at CHT Education and Workshops

Conference Exchange 2021: “A Fiber Runs Through It” Table Runner

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Contemporary Handweavers of Texas (CHT) Mission Statement:
CHT is a non-profit organization, founded in October 1949, that promotes interest in handweaving and related crafts. CHT supports individuals and guilds in Texas through education and networking of the history, the craft, the art, fashion and innovation in weaving, spinning and related fiber arts techniques.
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