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A Midsummer Arts Dream
TAGOR was well represented in the Community Arts Council or Richmond’s (CACR) annual show at Lansdowne Mall. Three of our members entered the textile category. One member showed two of her paintings and another entered two photos. 52 works of art on display from 23 talented artists. There were a whopping 2,500 visitors!
September Show and Tell
A wide variety of projects were tackled by members over the summer to produce colourful, beautiful and useful items.
In August and September London Farm displayed several quilts stitched by TAGOR members. On weekends the public enjoyed dropping by and asking quilters questions about the work.
Our before summer windup included show and tell, delicious strawberry cake, a multitude of conversations and a light-hearted exchange of items.
Doors Open Richmond
We had almost 150 visitors to find out about quilting and other things we do. In the afternoon enthusiastic kids learned how to use a sewing machine and stitch together blocks.
May Meeting Black and White Challenge Reveal
Members brought delightfully creative interpretations of our president’s black and white challenge.
May Show and Tell
Our members have been busy with more than black and white challenges. Other projects in a rainbow of colours delighted our eyes.
Habitat for Humanity
On May 23 Habitat opened five beautiful units in Richmond. Two duplexes and a single family home grace the end of a cul-de-sac. Each unit was presented with a beautiful home made quilt. Freda, Vickie and Gail attended the opening ceremony.
TAGOR – A finalist for the 2019 Richmond Arts Award.
In recognition of the hundreds of items that TAGOR donates annually in support of various organizations around Richmond, TAGOR was selected as one of the three finalists in the Volunteerism category for the 2019 Richmond Arts Award. In our 2018/2019 operating year TAGOR donated over 400 items. Community Involvement
At our April monthly meeting, speaker Terry Aske gave us a ‘behind the scenes’ look at her wall hangings so we could see the techniques she uses to give her pieces depth and perspective. We enjoyed her slide show, picked up some great tips and then she showed us some of her finished hangings. It was awesome to get a really close look at what she’d just been explaining.