Online Programs

In the midst of this pandemic crisis, the Guild is going online to virtual programs!
We are using Zoom to have meetings and lectures. Let us know who your favorite artists are. We may be able to bring them to town through Zoom!
Once you register on the form at the end of this page you will receive an email with an invitation to join the meeting. You can register for several programs at once.

Registration closes an hour before the event!
Hope to see you there!

Show and Share meeting
June 28, 2021 – 3PM – SS&CBreakout
Please register on the Registration Form.
For FGP members only.

We are having Zoom meetings to catch up with each other. Show, Share and Critique is no longer just an opportunity to show your work, but also a chance to see old friends, and meet new ones!
You may share your work, or your studio, or sit back and see what others are making.  Tell us about your influences and inspirations as you continue to work in isolation.  Work can be shown live, with your computer’s built in camera, or if you prefer, you may send images in advance to Laura Tabakman (  If you desire advice and input, we are there to assist, or you can simply choose to show your work. 
Our Show-Share-Critiques and Show-Share-Critique Breakout Sessions enable members to share their work in progress and “connect” with fellow guild members. At our “breakout sessions” members can select “an interest group” to have more intimate conversations about their work and processes.
This is a fun way to stay connected and get inspired!!
Please join us!

Show, Share and Critique Break Out Sessions  

Questions or concerns, contact Sherri Roberts:

Lecture with Dorothy Caldwell

August 16, 2021 – 1 PM EST
Please register on the Registration Form.
Free program for members – $5.- for non-members.

Dorothy Caldwell is a graduate of Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and presently maintains an active international exhibition and teaching schedule from her studio in Hastings, Ontario. She has carried out research projects in Japan and India, and has worked “on site” in the Australian outback and the Canadian Arctic.  Her work is included in private and permanent collections including the American Museum of Art and Design, NYC, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the International Quilt Museum and Study Center University of Nebraska, The Canadian Department of External Affairs , and Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull Quebec among others.

Lecture with Sue Reno

September 14, 2021 – 3 PM EST
Registration for this program is not open yet.
Free program for members – $5.- for non-members.

Sue Reno is an award winning fiber artist from Pennsylvania. Her rich and intricate art quilts reflect her local environment and incorporate imagery drawn from her studies of botany, wildlife, and historic architecture.

She employs surface design techniques including cyanotype, mono printing, digital image transfer, and needle felting as the basis for works that also incorporate hand painted fabrics, hand and machine stitching, and beadwork.

Sue’s work was selected for the U.S. State Department Art in Embassies program in Vientiane, Laos. Her “Silk Mill #3” was added to the permanent fine art collection of the Pennsylvania State Museum. Her work has been featured in publications including American Quilter, Quilting Arts Magazine, Machine Quilting Unlimited, The Quilt Life Magazine, Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine, Seasonal Palette, The Studio Quilt and 1000 Artisan Textiles, and in an episode of “Simply Quilts” on HGTV. Sue is featured in several episodes of Quilting Arts TV, airing on PBS stations nationwide. 

Sue was one of a select group of artists chosen to participate in the James Webb Space Telescope Artist Event at NASA Goddard Space Center. She has exhibited in solo shows as well as participating in numerous art and fine craft exhibits at venues including The Pennsylvania State Museum, the Robeson gallery at Penn State, the Wayne Art Center, the Wolf Gallery at York College, and the Bellefonte Museum, all in PA; the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, KY, the Texas Quilt Museum in La Grange, TX, the Greater Denton Art Council, TX, the Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center in Auburn, NY, The Vision Gallery in Chandler, AZ, the Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, NJ, and the Museum of Fine Art in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. She regularly contributes to quilt exhibits across the US. Her career includes lecturing on the creative process and serving as a juror for fine craft and quilt exhibitions.

Sue’s website

Online Programs - Registration Form

Please use this form to register for online programs. Please make sure to complete ALL the fields on the form, including the payment one, even if it's a free program. If you do not receive a confirmation email your registration is not complete. Registration closes an hour before the event.
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