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February 2024 Guild Meeting (Virtual only!)

  • 02/12/2024
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Virtual Only!
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Date: Monday,February 12th, 2024

Time: Meeting starts at 6:30

Date: LIVE virtual meeting

Speaker: Julie Rosvall 

Julie Rosvall grew up in New Brunswick, and moved to Wolfville, Nova Scotia, in 1998 where she started her career as a textile artist. Rosvall is a juried member of Craft Nova Scotia and Craft New Brunswick for spinning, dyeing, knitting, printmaking, and architectural concrete.

From 200322 Rosvall worked with Craft Nova Scotia in a variety of roles, and remains committed to fostering the fine craft community and making connections within the culture sector through collaborations across industries.

She uses specific tools to transform her knitted lace into exquisite prints. As a skilled lace knitter, Julie creates scarves and shawls that are beautiful in their own right—but its what she does with them after shes finished knitting that makes them extraordinary.

In her light-filled studio near the sea in Nova Scotia, Julie uses textile relief printing and soft-ground copper etching to capture knitted texture and pattern on paper, creating detailed prints that have graced greeting cards, gallery walls, and more than one enthusiastic knitters home.

I believe that all knitting is art, but its a practical, and in some cases ephemeral, art,” says Julie. Whether youve made a shawl or a pair of socks, that can represent weeks of your life. Printing the textile on paper is my way of recognizing that.

Please join the Guild on February 12, 2024, for a virtual presentation where Julie will share the unique and delightful aspects of her craft.

You can find Julie Rosvall at rosvall.ca and @julierosvall on Facebook and Instagram.

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COVID Update Effective July 01, 2023: The safety and security of our members, speakers, and vendor and/or vendor staff are our most important priorities.  Masks are recommended but not required for all persons and guests attending monthly meetings. This is our COVID policy as of 07/01/2023; it will be updated based on any changes from city, state, or federal authorities. We ask that if you are feeling ill, have tested positive for COVID, or have come in contact with someone who has COVID, that you follow the CDC’s isolation recommendations. We also ask that you carpool and pre-register for each meeting.

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