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SATURDAY, NOV. 17, 2018, 9am-1:00pm
Each quarterly WAC program is an open
meeting for meeting fellow fiber and
wearable artists, enjoying a guest
presenter, and showing and sharing of
beautiful wearable art.
Guest Speaker: VIKTORYA ALLEN
TRUNK SHOW AND TALK ABOUT WEARABLE ART
Viktorya Allen will present a Trunk Show and talk about
She has been creating art since
the 1970’s. She is a painter and
wearable artist, with a background
in quilt making, which she started
in the 1980’s. Viktorya is also a
fabric designer using the computer
program “Spoonflower” to transfer
her designs onto fabric.
She will discuss this process.
Viktorya earned a degree from the University of California, Davis in Studio Arts. Watershed events in her career include curating and moderating a fashion show for the International Federation of University Women at Stanford University in Palo Alto, Ca. In addition, she was the founding President of the Network for Wearable Art. She traveled to South Africa with a fashion show from that organization, subsequently presenting it in Durban, South Africa, as part of the “Stars for Africa Quilt Show. Years later, Viktorya was one of two partners in an online web design and digital media agency until retirement in 2014, giving her the technology tools to star a
Wearable Art Facebook Group, now with 2000+ members.
9 - 10 am Vendor Marketplace and Check-In
10 - 10:30 Business and Leadership Reports
10:30am - noon Speaker Presentation
Noon - 1:00pm drawing & 2018 Challenge
Entrance fee: members free, Non-members free the first time there after $25, $5 for students.
"BOLD Fabric Challenge"
All participants will be using the same “Alexander Henry” print fabric supplied by Bobbie Moon and it can be make into whatever you want. Requirements: Open only to WAC members in good standing. Nov. 2018 afternoon program.
This is likely the last WAC meeting due to lack of interest.
So come and see the wonderful Wearable Art our members have created.
Join us as we celebrate
our members sharing
their own fine creations
using new techniques,
workshop skills, and
top creative talents
found in the wearable
art field today.