2012 Mar 5 – Memorial Lecture – Judith MacKenzie

February 7, 2012

Monday, March 5th, 2012

7:30 pm

Kanata Co-operative Community Building

7155 Blake Street, Vancouver, BC

ALL TEXTILE ENTHUSIASTS ARE INVITED TO THIS FREE LECTURE

Guest Speaker Judith MacKenzie presents “The Tinkuy Conference in the Sacred Valley of Peru”

Judith MacKenzie, has been a textile artist for the last 30 years. Her work appears in private and public collections. Judith teaches throughout North America, is a published author and regularly featured in Spin-Off Magazine.

In 2010, Judith was present when four hundred weavers of the Americas gathered in Urubamba, Peru, in the Sacred Valley near Cusco for Tinkuy de Tejedores.  Participants travelled from the Navajo Nation, Mexico, Guatemala, Ecuador, Bolivia, Argentina, and Peru for this unique textile conference. Judith will transport us to Tinkuy de Tejedores both visually and through her experiences to this ground breaking event.

Join us for light refreshments following the lecture.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS (Visit Guild website http://www.gvwsg.com/2012-gvwsg-memorial-lecture-map/ for map and location of Hall)

From the east and north

Exit Highway 1 heading south on Boundary Road.  Continue south on Boundary, crossing 49th Avenue and turn right at Arbor Street – the first traffic light south of 49th Avenue.  Turn right at the “T” on Matheson Avenue and continue right, around a loop until the road straightens out.  On your right you will see a small parking lot beside the Community Building.  You can park in the lot or on street

From the west and south

Travel east along 49th Avenue to the corner of Tyne Street.  The Salvation Army has a building on the northeast corner of this intersection you can use as a marker.  Turn right down Tyne and continue past 54th Avenue.  At this point Tyne becomes Champlain Crescent.  Turn left at the second street on your left after 54th Avenue.  This is Blake Street.  The Community Building will be on your left about halfway up Blake with the parking lot adjacent to it.


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