On the next lecture in our Virtual Lecture Series, Diane Herrmann will be talking about the work of Maya Textile artists. The virtual lecture will take place online on June 12, 2021 at 1PM Eastern. Sign up is open to all EGA members through May 17, 2021 at 1PM Eastern. Attendance is limited to 100 EGA members. When registration closes, the participants will be randomly selected from everyone who has signed up. Learn more about the signup process on the Virtual Lecture Series page.
Here’s more about this exciting lecture:
“The work of Maya textile artists fascinates me, especially because our local community has welcomed Guatemalan refugees for a number of years. In this presentation we will follow the journey of one small village to bring back textile traditions to their young people and experience a visit to two rural indigenous communities where women are weaving for a Fair-Trade organization. We will also explore different kinds of weaving and embroidery so that you will understand what you are seeing in these striking Maya textiles.”
You can sign up below, or on the lecture page here.
If you are interested in learning more from Diane Herrmann, we welcome you to explore her Individual Correspondence Course Techniques for Canvas Embroidery, an in-depth study of the various techniques used in canvas embroidery. Diane will also be teaching her class Diamond City Lights at our upcoming National Seminar: The Magnificent Stitch. Registration is now open, come stitch with us!