As a new benefit to membership and a continuation of our educational charter, the Guild is announcing the launch of a new Study Groups Program.
On May 12, the program will be open for guild members to sign up.
https://www.weaversguildofboston.org/ Go to the Education tab
Communicating is a key to success for study groups and the guild has built Study Groups to support the activities of its members. Study groups have the benefit of a private webpage on the WGB website for sharing projects and learning experiences, individual managers to assist each group and a Study Group Coordinator to connect with the guild. In addition, there are instructions for starting your own guild study group!
Not a member? Want to join a study group?
Signing up to become a new guild member is easy to do. Click on the link below. https://www.weaversguildofboston.org/membership
Charles River Weavers at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, standing in front of their Study Group Inspiration: "Poppies in a hollow near Givergny". Monet 1885.
The photo above was supplied by Diane Chaisson.
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