Posted on June 26, 2018
Offering: West Coast Mandala will be exhibited in this popular show that highlights Surrey visual artists.
Richmond Maritime Festival
Richmond Maritime Festival at Britannia Shipyards, Richmond, BC
Saturday & Sunday, July 28-29, 2018, from 10am – 6pm
New School of Lace is returning to this popular festival to demonstrate a historical connection between fishing nets and lace! We will be set up at Seine Net Loft on the waterfront among many interactive exhibits about innovation and human ingenuity.
This festival is always a lot of fun, so make sure to experience it yourself this year!
Art in Found Spaces: Fiber and Lace Show
Langley Civic Center (Township of Langley City Hall), Langley, BC
Langley Art’s Council’s exhibition curated by a designer and textile artist (and also the New School of Lace student), Sybille Kissling.
September 19 – October 2, 2018.
In this first exhibit dedicated exclusively to lace art, all Metro Vancouver lacemakers get a chance to show their creative lace work. We are very excited to have such great opportunity, and everybody is already working on their entries. Join us to promote modern lace and show the beauty and creative potential of this fine traditional craft! Become a part of BC lace history making!
Lace, Not Lace
Contemporary Fiber Art from Lacemaking Techniques (curated by Devon Thein)
Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton, New Jersey, USA
September 23, 2018 – January 6, 2019
This unique exhibition will be curated by internationally known lace expert Devon Thein. It will showcase the work of contemporary fibre artists applying bobbin and needle lace techniques to a multitude of fibres and filaments in unlimited colours and textures to interpret their world. This exhibition will explore how lace makers are expanding the traditional boundaries of that art form and creating exciting work that investigates contemporary themes, materials and forms.
The work of more than 20 lace artists from across the United States and around the world will be highlighted in this exhibition, which will introduce bobbin and needle lace as techniques that reach beyond tradition and are now taking their place in contemporary art.
Posted on December 12, 2017
Join the growing group of lacemakers in Ocean Park in British Columbia (Canada) and see what you can create! Here is a collage of 2017 students’ projects for your inspiration:
Looking forward to the new year filled with lace, fun and friendships!
Feel free to contact me by e-mail at laceaway at gmail dot com or by phone at 778.288.0720 if you need more information or to register for upcoming classes and workshops.