We have so much great information on the Blog, we have made that our front page now! We hope that makes it easier for our blog readers.
The Menu will still take you to a HOME page to learn more about us or to contact us. Follow this link to the FAQ file for everything you need to know about our meetings. You can find a clickable calendar of upcoming events HERE.
Enjoy the most up to date news on the blog, or check out the rest of the site. Hope to see you at a meeting soon!
Sarah, PAPCG Head Cheerleader
The Guild is excited to announce its first master class in a long while. This Saturday, the talented Julie Eakes will teach her class on Silk Road pins this (June 18) and join us as a guest artist for our monthly meeting on Sunday June 19.
Where: Sydney Hillman building, second floor
22 S. 22nd street Phila. Pa. 19103
From Julie about the class:
My “Silk Road” series of jewelry gives the feeling of vintage object. In this one day class students will create a pin in this style using color, surface techniques, textures and cane work.
Master class with Julie Eakes June 18- Silk Road pins. Class starts at 10:00 am
June Meeting with Guest Artist Julie Eakes – June 19. Meeting starts at 10:00 am
Where: Sydney Hillman building, second floor – 22 S. 22nd street Phila. Pa. 19103
Cost to attend: Master class – $ 110
Cost to attend Sunday meeting with Julie as guest artist- $20 (the guest artist meeting is free if you sign up for the master class)
Reminder – changes in the works
Starting in September we are eliminating using meetup.com and switching back to membership dues of $40 dollars a year. Until September meetings with no guest artist will be $5 and meetings with a guest artist will be $20.
We are in the process of updating the blog and calendar and will be posting updates there and on our facebook page.
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If you can’t make the show, you can buy Liz’s work on Etsy or follow her on Facebook.
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Our friends at the South Jersey Bead Society sent out this announcement. They are holding Bead Binge this weekend, their bead show in Cherry Hill NJ.
Whether new to beading and jewelry making or experienced and looking for something new, you’re sure to find inspiration and materials galore!
When: March 19 & 20, 2016
Cost: $5 / $1 off with coupon
Where: Cherry Hill National Guard Armory
Intersection of Grove Street & Park Blvd
Cherry Hill NJ 08002
Time: 10 am to 5 pm
Beading demos and raffles
Food vendor on site
Vendor list, click here
More information and online registration: Bead Binge 2016