Guild members visit and volunteer at Baycrest (including on the Baycrest Museum Board, Phyllis Spivak, Anna Vandelman, and Melanie Siegel). They want to let you know about the range of activities taking place during Jewish Heritage month. And while you are there, don’t forget to visit Pardes, an extraordinary example of a Pomegranate Guild group project.
Artisans and artists are invited to submit to Markham Global Fest’s juried show, a nine-day celebration of the Pan Am Games. Submit now if you are a creator of high-quality, original work that celebrates both local talent and the global theme of the Festival. Application deadline Friday May 1, 2015 by noon.
See more at: Call for Applications
The Edge of the Forest exhibit will soon be moving from Richmond Hill to downtown Toronto. This announcement was posted on fibreQUARTERLY Group(ies). More information here and here. Work of 53 Canadian surface design artists is on exhibit, including work by Guild members Melanie Siegel and Barbara Goldstein. And, Rikki Blitt plays a significant role in the administration of the project.