Thursday, December 2, 2010

Teaching under the auspice of Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum

Fabricating Nature
Workshop by Marilyn Wall
Sponsored by the "Art Tarts" of the West Georgia Quilters Guild and
The Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum

When: January 10-12, 2011, 9:00 am-4:00 pm (Some optional sewing sessions will be held during evenings.)

Where: Carroll County Agriculture-Education Center, Conference Room B

Cost of workshop: $200.00 each, --$50.00 deposit at registration, balance due December 12.

Participants: Open to all quilters and sewers of all levels. Limit 15.

There are still a few openings in this class. If you are interested you can check Qwiltz Scroll down until you see the information about my class and click on information.

One of the exciting things about teaching this class is that it is under the auspice of the Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum. This museum will be located in Carrollton, Ga. They are actively seeking funding for renovation of an old textile building that has been donated to them by the city of Carrollton.

One of their goals is to become the leading Quilt and Fiber art center in the Southeastern United States.

The Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum will house a collection of quilts and fabrics to represent the Southern Heritage of the region. Through a rich array of engaging activities and workshops, the museum is the perfect place to explore, create and discover while learning about quilting and textile art. The museum will be hosting an array of classes for all levels, while hosting nationally know quilters to teach advanced to master level classes.

I am honored to be the first of these teachers. Hope you can join me.

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