The Utah Surface Design Group meets the 3rd Wednesday of every other month at the
Salt Lake City/County Complex, Room N4-850, from 7:00 - 9:00pm
2001 S. State St, Salt Lake City, NE Entrance

 

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USDG Meeting Schedule 2016 - 2017

DATE
AGENDA
November 15, 2017

Program: Surface Design from Around the World.
From your various travels, please bring books, fibers, samples, photos or anything else you wish to share with our group. It's great inspiration to see what others around the globe are creating!
November 2017 Newsletter
Dinner at the Red Lobster in Sugarhouse will precede the meeting at 5pm. All are welcome.

September 20, 2017

Program
Dinner at the Red Lobster in Sugarhouse will precede the meeting. All are welcome.

July 19, 2017

Summer Social at 6:30 pm at the home of Sally Wilkinson, 7750 Cotton View Ct in SLC. The program will be a Show and Tell and pot luck supper. Bring a dish to share, a chair and a friend you may want to invite.

May 17, 2017

Annual Business Meeting with Committee Reports.
Also"Spring Cleaning": The workshops and program committees want to give away supplies from previous workshops.  If you want to participate in the spring cleaning, find supplies, books, magazines, fabric, anything in your studio that no longer sparks joy, and bring it to the meeting for an exchange.
Here is the 2017 Membership Form to mail or bring to this meeting.

March 15, 2017

A discussion about "What inspires you?"

A reminder that annual dues should be submitted by May 31st. Here is the 2017 Membership Form to mail or bring to the next meeting.


January 18, 2017

Demo Derby. Dinner at the Red Lobster in Sugarhouse will precede the meeting. All are welcome.

November 16, 2016

Member Show and Tell

September 21, 2016

Dorothy Caldwell will present a program called "In Place". Dorothy's talk illustrates how her textile art is an ongoing exploration of a sense of place. Her long-time interest in marks that humans make on the landscape creating patterns of settlement, agricultural practices and built heritage are translated onto cloth through dying, printing and stitching. By using materials collected in the field, whether far away or close to home, the pieced, layered and stitched surfaces tangibly absorb and reflect her artistic journey.