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Textiles & Tea with Cameron Taylor-Brown
Cameron Taylor-Brown will sit down with HGA's Kathi Grupp to discuss her work. We invite you to listen in on the conversation.

HGA’s Zoom subscription permits up to 500 guests to view the program on the platform at any given time. Because this program is complimentary, registration does not guarantee entry into the Zoom, but it does provide you with two options for viewing the program. Registrants who are not able to login to Zoom may also watch the simultaneous broadcast live on HGA's Facebook page. A link will be provided in the registration confirmation email. These broadcasts are recorded, free to view, and open to all.

This episode of Textiles & Tea is generously sponsored by Made In America Yarns. Textiles and Tea, every Tuesday, 4-5 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Mar 16, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Textiles & Tea is a complimentary program of the Handweavers Guild of America, Inc. (HGA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. By registering you receive links to view the broadcast simultaneously on Zoom and Facebook (no account necessary). HGA's Zoom subscription permits up to 500 guests to watch the program on Zoom while Facebook viewers is unlimited. The Zoom platform will fill up quickly. We encourage you to consider watching this program on Facebook.

Speakers

Cameron Taylor-Browne
Cameron Taylor-Brown was introduced to textiles by artist Ed Rossbach at the University of California, Berkeley. She studied textile design at the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science, where she subsequently taught design and weaving. Since1985, she has lived in Los Angeles where she is active in arts and education, and founded ARTSgarage, a textile resource center. Her work is widely exhibited and has been featured in American Craft, Handwoven, Fiber Art Now, and Shuttle, Spindle and Dyepot. She teaches workshops at schools, guilds, museums and conferences throughout the United States and at ARTSgarage in Los Angeles. She is a past president of California Fibers and serves on the advisory boards of the Fowler Textile Council and Textile Arts Los Angeles. In 2019, she curated the critically acclaimed exhibit Material Meaning: A Living Legacy of Anni Albers at the Craft in America Center in Los Angeles.