Renew your Membership to the British Tapestry Group
If you’re already a member, please use this route to renewal, which avoids having to fill out all your details again. Here’s a reminder of the BTG CONSTITUTION if you’d like a read.
Annual Membership runs from April to March.
The BTG offers several membership categories. View the full matrix: BTG Membership Benefits matrix
Full UK Member: This level of membership is for practising weavers. You receive the maximum level of benefits of belonging to the BTG, including the opportunity to submit work to exhibitions, display your work on the web site, participate in studio trails and advertise your workshops at a favourable rate. And of course you receive two issues of TW each year. We encourage Full Members to actively support the committee and regional groups in order to help develop and enhance BTG’s profile.
Student UK Member: To demonstrate that BTG welcomes and encourages student weavers you will receive all the benefits of being a full member at a reduced price if you are a full time student.
Full Rest of the World (including Europe): We want you to have as many of the benefits of full membership as distance allows. We also need to charge a bit more to cover postal costs.
Associate Member UK: You may be just starting to weave or interested in woven art and want to find out more. BTG is delighted to welcome you as an Associate Member and provide you with a network of weavers so that you may develop your tapestry weaving skills and knowledge.
Associate Group UK: This category of membership allows groups who are interested in woven art to participate in BTG activities. The group will nominate one of their members as the BTG contact. They will also receive two copies of TW each year.
You can pay by post with a cheque or online with PayPal.
By post: download the PDF of the Membership Form and Data Protection form and post it to us with a cheque made payable to “The British Tapestry Group”. The address is on the form.
Online: please select the membership category, click ‘add to cart’ and then ‘view shopping cart’.