Due to circumstances beyond our control, CW Seminars will be relocating to the Hilton Knoxville. It is a short walk via covered skybridge to the Knoxville Convention Center. You can look forward to all the same events and seminars. We have worked out a smooth transition to the new venue, with just a little extra effort by those who have already booked at the Holiday Inn.
Complex Weavers Seminars 2020 is getting closer!
The Seminar leaders and topics have been selected. Details on the who, what, when and where can be found by clicking on the links on the Seminars 2020 page.
You can also now make your reservations for Knoxville at the Holiday Inn World’s Fair Park hotel. Accommodation links and other travel information are also available on the Seminars 2020 page.
Following the first successful Southeast Gathering in 2017, the second will take place at Yadkin Valley Fiber Center in April 2019. This weekend offers lectures and hands on experiences starting Friday evening April 12 and ending Sunday April 14, 2019. Jette Vandermeiden, one of the three jurors for the 2018 Complexity exhibit in Reno, will be our guest speaker.
To find out more and to register go to the Yadkin Valley Fiber Center website.
Members can see a review of the first Gathering in the October 2017 CW Journal, page 11.
If you have any questions, contact Leslie Killeen.
Complexity 2020: Innovations in Weaving will take place alongside HGA’s Convergence and CW Seminars in Knoxville, TN in July 2020.
The prospectus is now available here so it is time to start designing and weaving.
What will you create?
Complex Weavers is headed for the Volunteer State! Mark your calendars to join us in Knoxville, Tennessee 19 – 22 July 2020.
Proposals for Seminars are now being accepted. Find out more on our Seminars page.
Once again a phenomenal exhibit of handwoven art is presented in Complexity 2018: Innovations in Weaving. The Complexity committee, chaired by Susan Bowman, have worked tirelessly to bring this exhibit to life and we are grateful to them and to jurors Kay Faulkner, Janice Lessman-Moss and Jette Vandermeiden for all their efforts. The exhibtion will continue at the Metro Gallery in Reno’s City Hall from now until Thursday July 12. Why not download our e-postcard and share it with your family, friends and fellow weavers!
Jury results for Complexity 2018: Innovations in Weaving were emailed on March 8, 2018, in a PDF attachment from email@example.com via email.submittable.com. If you made a submission to the exhibit but haven’t received that email, please check your spam folder. If you still can’t locate it, let the committee know by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org and a resend will be done. Thank you to everyone who entered!
It’s time to get ready for Seminars 2018 and registration is right around the corner! The Seminars 2018 team, led by Co-Chairs Marguerite Kaufman and Kathy Alexander, is looking forward to welcoming you to the Peppermill Resort in Reno NV on July 10 to July 13, 2018 for complete immersion in the world of complex weaving.
Registration opens on Sunday, February 4th at 1:00 pm U.S. Central Standard Time.
Here are a few tips to help you prepare.