The Fiberarts Guild of Pittsburgh stands with ‘Black Lives Matter’ — dignity, respect and equality without fear. Art can be a vehicle for unheard voices, for community-building and for healing. As an organization we will continue to work in support of these values. We commit to listen, to learn and to grow.
Join Artist and Guild Member Akiko Kotani for this FB live event
“A new monthly interview series from Creative Pinellas drawing connections between artists, inspirations, friends and mentors, showcasing the individuals that together make a creative community. Each month an artist interviews another artist in Pinellas County that has been an inspiration to them. The next month the interviewee becomes the interviewer, speaking with a Pinellas artist that has inspired them in turn. In the second of this series, artist Akiko Kotani welcomes her friend and collegue Babs Reingold.”
Guild member Cheryl Hopper yarn bombs Washington, PA
Artist Cheryl Hopper transformed the city of Washington with colorful, intricate free-form crocheted installation art. You still have time to visit and be amazed; details in the article from the Observer-Reporter
Current and Upcoming Events at Contemporary Craft
Bid on the auction, take a virtual workshop, and participate in a show and tell.
Here’s a video tour of Guild member Adrienne Heinrich’s studio.