Woven Together--exhibit by Tapestry Weavers South

Tapestry Weavers South will be having an exhibit of members' tapestries from Oct.1-31, in Dahlonega, Georgia, USA.  It will be held in the Library Technology Center and is open during the library's hours noted in this web page:  http://ung.edu/libraries/about/hours.php  

There will be an opening reception on October 8 at 5:30 at the Library Technology Center, followed by an artist talk by Joan Baxter, who will be in Dahlonega to teach a workshop for TWS members.  Visit Joan's beautiful tapestries at her website:  http://www.joanbaxter.com

Tapestry Weavers South is a regional organization that was formed in 1996 by tapestry weavers living in the southeastern U.S.  Membership is open to anyone, anywhere!  Please visit the TWS website to see more about what the group:  http://tapestryweaverssouth.org

Tommye Scanlin

Comments

Posted on Mon, 10/13/2014 - 13:47

The exhibit is up and looks wonderful.  I hope many of you Weavo readers can visit it before it ends on Oct. 31, 2014.  HOWEVER, DON'T TRY TO DO SO THIS UPCOMING WEEKEND!!  The town of Dahlonega has a massive fall festival called Gold Rush Days that happens on Oct. 18-19.  There will be close to 100,000 people in our tiny town.  Traffic will be almost impossible. And, the Library & Technology Center, site of the exhibit will be closed.

Come another time, if you can!  Please check the University of North Georgia Library & Technology Center hours online for times.  

Tommye