Tanya Graham Rug Hooking

WE HAVE RE-SCHEDULED THIS WORKSHOP DUE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS PANDEMIC. 

NEW DATES ARE NOVEMBER 12-14, 2020. Registrants who paid for the March workshop and cannot participate on the new dates will receive a refund. 

THE TRUNK SHOW DATE IS TBA.

Original Workshop Notice shown below FYI
Tanya Graham will teach one 3-day workshop entitled Demystifying Abstract Art from Monday 30 March to Wednesday 01 April, 2020.

As well, she will be presenting a talk on Thursday 02 April, 2020, at 11 am,  entitled Line, Shape and Colour in 20th Century Painting and Textiles to the regular meeting of the Edmonton Rug Hooking Guild.

The 3-day workshop will be open to ERHG members for the first few days of registration and then open to all FFAA members after that. Your registration will be confirmed by Friday February 7. Do not send payment until requested to do.

Registration is now open. Please note you will be asked to answer a question, see this page  for the answer to number 4.

Location: 9534 – 87 st. Edmonton (ACUA shared space)

Cost: $60, lunch included

The workshop is suitable for all skill levels from beginner to advanced. Tanya says anyone comfortable using a hook and wanting to explore the world of design will enjoy this class.

Born in the UK in 1944, Tanya Graham has taught in the public school systems of the UK, France, and Canada. Art and art history, with a special interest in twentieth century painting, have been life-long areas of study for Tanya. From teaching crewel embroidery in the 1980s, Tanya came to rug hooking in 1994. She received her Ontario (OHCG) rug hooking teacher accreditation in 1996 and is an accredited McGown teacher. Tanya Graham’s own work is informed by her environment in coastal British Columbia, and by her life experiences. Her rugs have been shown in group exhibitions in Canada and in the US.