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Richmond textile guild offers free online events

Online events offer inspiration to textile-based artists in three presentations.
Susan Purney Mark
Susan Purney Mark will present “An Iceland Narrative” on Tuesday, March 23, one of three online presentations by the Textile Arts Guild of Richmond.

Knitters, weavers, quilter and all textile-based creators are invited to join Richmond’s local textile guild in their upcoming events.

The Textile Arts Guild of Richmond (TAGOR) is partnering with the Richmond Arts Centre to offer three free online presentations to the public starting Feb. 23.

Each event aims to inspire textile-based artists using various themes and textile works.

Registration is required for each 90-minute presentations.

The online presentations are as follows:

Tuesday, Feb. 23 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

Fibre Arts Network (FAN) exhibition: Circles and Lines

This exhibition’s theme of circles and lines brought out the best in each artist and will be presented with a descriptive slide show facilitated by TAGOR. The Fibre Arts Network is a co-operative of artists based in Western Canada and is committed to promoting fibre as an art form and each other as artists.

Tuesday, Mar. 23 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

“An Iceland Narrative” with Susan Purney Mark

B.C. artist Susan Purney Mark will share unique “fire and ice” landscapes that inspired her textile artworks and the country’s support of the arts.

Tuesday, Apr. 27 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

Fibre Arts Network (FAN) exhibitions: A Tiny Seed

FAN members will develop their own interpretations of the exhibition’s theme through a presentation and slide show facilitated by TAGOR.

To register for the events and for more information, visit