EAC/ACB Seminar 2024 – Endless Horizons – Hosted by the Regina Stitchery Guild – May 26-31, 2024
What is Seminar?Seminar is one of the premier educational textile art events held in Canada each year. The Regina Stitchery Guild is hosting this event in 2024. Seminar is an opportunity for anyone regardless of skill level to take classes taught by international teachers. The classes are diverse and of varying skill levels. Over the 5 days it is possible to take 1 four day class or 2 two day classes. There is a one day break midweek and if you haven’t had enough stitching by then there is an option to do an extra 1 day class. Registration is open to all members of EAC/ACB. If you are not already a member, simply complete the online membership process at eac-acb.ca/eac-acb-shop. For more information about the classes, teachers and registration fees go to the EAC/ACB website noted above.
Meetings are held on the 2nd Sunday afternoon of each month from September to May, 1:30 PM at the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Center 2420 Elphinstone Street. Meetings are open to the public. Meeting dates for 2023 are:
- Sunday September 10, 1:30 – 4 pm
- Sunday October 1, 1:30 – 4 pm
- Sunday November 12, 1:30 – 4 pm
- Sunday December 10, 1:30 – 4 pm
Friday morning Stitch and Chat
Friday morning stitch-ins are back in full swing at the Neil Balkwill Center. Doors open at 9:30, bring your own refreshments.
Saskatchewan Craft Council Exhibitions
Perspectives is a collaborative exhibition by six artists working in photography, ceramics, metal sculpture, glass, and jewellery. The show is organized into six vignettes. Each includes a feature piece by one artist, and creative responses by the others. The aim is to explore the interplay of different craft media and artistic perspectives.
Saskatchewan Craft Council is located at 813 Broadway Avenue in Saskatoon.
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- The Embroidery Association of Canada: a national non-profit educational organization to promote and support development of needlework arts