Solo Exhibition by BTG member Joy Smith in Melbourne, Australia
11 – 29 April 2018
Address and Times
791 High St, Thornbury, Victoria 3071
Wednesday – Friday 11am-6pm
Saturday – Sunday 11am-5pm
3rd annual exhibition by BTG London tapestry weavers
Hand woven tapestry: the art of using weft-faced weaving to express a range of images, emotions and ideas in material form.
Venue: Hepsibah Gallery, 112 Brackenbury Road, London W6 0BD
Dates: 22 to 27 June 2018
Open: daily 11 am – 6 pm (Sun 11 am – 4 pm)
An exhibition of contemporary Woven Tapestry Art by members of the British Tapestry Group South East
The theme of the exhibition explores types of listening in a world saturated with sounds and images, with the intention of raising awareness whether as viewer, listener or tapestry weaver.
Sales tables and demonstrations; and the museum itself is planning a display of items relating to the history of weaving in Haslemere
Part of the British tapestry Group “Sound and Weave” initiative
Venue: Haslemere Museum, 78 High Street, Haslemere, GU27 2LA
Dates: 4 to 21 April 2018
Open: Mon – Sat 10 am – 5 pm
Happy weaving, watching weaving, or whatever it is you choose to do!
With best wishes for 2018 from The British Tapestry Group.
1. Jane Brunning’s Saturday Group Exhibition
The Worthing Library,
Worthing, West Sussex
Monday November 27th until Saturday 9th December.
Monday – Friday – 9:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday – Closed
Come and see the variety of weavings on display, (many are from BTG members), as we explore bringing our weaving to the community of Worthing.
It is free, and you don’t have to be a Library member to visit.
Fiona Hutchison, member of the British Tapestry Group, will be exhibiting her work in At Source at Patriothall at the weekend of 25/26 November, with a ‘Private View’ on Friday 24th, 6-9pm.
2. Hartlepool, Wintertide Exhibition
British Tapestry Group Northern members Jane Riley, Jane Walkley and Sally Reckert have images of their tapestry works included in a BloominArt’s event – a 20-minute rolling art exhibition projected onto the outside of a building at Hartlepool quayside, optimum viewing from St Hilda’s Church.
Showing times Friday, November 24 through Sunday 26 from 4pm-11pm (earlier finish on Sunday.).
Borders exhibition of the Scottish regional members. Previously held in Stromness Orkney, this exhibition has now travelled to Glasgow. Details as follows:
Work of Scottish Regional members of BTG
iota art space
25 Hyndland Street
1st – 9th of December 2018
Private View is 5 – 8pm on the 1st
Open daily 12 – 5
Closed Sunday and Monday
LGWSD Exhibition 2017
23 to 30 November
10.30am – 5.30pm daily.
Venue: Southwark Cathedral
London, SE1 9DA
The exhibition will present new work by members of the Guild in all of the Guild crafts on the theme of The Thames and Southwark: Threads of London Life.
Read more at: https://www.londonguildofweavers.org.uk/lgwsd-exhibition-2017-the-thames-and-southwark-threads-of-london-life-23-to-30-november-southwark-cathedral/
Tapestry Weavers of Vancouver Island
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