Kate Jantz-Koprivnik would like to invite guild members to the Thurston Community Television open house on September 27.
TCTV OPEN HOUSE and GRAND RE-OPENING
For the past 6 months we’ve been renovating the facility and
installing state-of-the-art studio production equipment. Now.. IT’S FINISHED!
Control Room A
We have a beautiful, new High Definition control room and 4 new studio cameras (two of them are on robotic pan/tilt heads). There’s also a new audio recording booth.
The whole facility has a fresh new decor. The Cafe is a great new
gathering space. The front lobby has a wall dedicated for art displays.
If you haven’t been to TCTV lately, we’ve got LOTS to show you. So,
we’re having a party!
THURSTON COMMUNITY TELEVISION
GRAND RE-OPENING and OPEN HOUSE
440 Yauger Way SW, Suite C, Olympia WA
Saturday, September 27, 2014
1PM – 5P
(re-dedication program at 3:00)
There will be lots of fun activities. You can record a voice-over in
the new audio booth, create an animation, or give a “Shout Out” in front of our green screen. We’ll have refreshments and door prizes, too!
TCTV is YOUR community media center. Join us on September 27th to learn how you can put yourself in the picture!
Thurston Community Television
440 Yauger Way SW, Suite C – Olympia WA 98502
Join Jean Pierre Larochette and Yael Lurie as they celebrate the release of their new book, “The Tree of Lives: Adventures Between Warp and Weft.” The event will include a slide presentation by the artists.
Sunday, September 28, 2014, 3:00 – 5:00pm. University Friends Meetinghouse, 4001 9th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98105. Directions.
This event is free and open to the public. Please forward this email to anyone you think would be interested in attending.
Parallel Patterns – Significant Schemes, Seams, & Symbols
North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival
Museum & Arts Center
October 1, 2014 to November 29, 2014
Parallel Patterns – Significant Schemes, Seams, & Symbols is a juried fiber arts exhibition revealing meaningful themes, designs, and relationships through fiber, fabric, and fashions with creative consideration that reflects and sometimes repeats imaginative motives, motifs, lines, and serendipity.
An exciting opportunity for anyone interested in natural dying and indigo. Lectures and workshops with Michel Garcia, founder of Couleur Garance and the Botanical Garden of Dye Plants in Lauris, Provence.
“The University of Washington School of Artin Collaboration with the Surface Design Association of Washington State and Earthues Natural Dye Company Seattle, WA are thrilled to present two workshops and an evening lecture with Michel Garcia!”
Members of the Olympia Weavers Guild gave instruction in hand spinning to students at the Tumwater Middle School in preparation for their Homesteader Program at the New Market Pioneer Fair. Volunteer spinning instructors were Lana Schneider, Patti Logan, Nancy Breckenridge, Debra Sporseen, and Wendy Kough.
For the May program, members brought in fiber articles they picked up in their travels and/or family articles that have traveled through time, including some pieces woven 200 years and five generations ago.