Let’s talk 19th Century Embroidered Lace

Guelph, ON, September 17, 2014:

On Sunday, September 21, embroiderer and historian Anne Adams will be speaking at the Guelph Civic Museum about 19th century embroidered lace. The talk is part of the lecture series that accompanies Guelph Museum’s exhibition, The Art of the Lacemaker (Revisited).

Prior to the talk, attendees will have an opportunity to tour the exhibition with guest curator Joyce Dawson. The exhibit features historical and contemporary lace drawn from the extraordinary Ruhland Collection, and explores the the significance and cultural value of this art form.

Tea and cake will be served. The event starts at 1 pm with a tour of the exhibition, followed by the talk at 2 pm.  Tickets can be purchased online at https://guelph.ca/museum or by calling  519-836-1221.

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For more information, please contact Robin Morden, Community Relations Coordinator, 519-836-1221, [email protected]

Posted by Sarah Ball on September 18, 2014

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