Albuquerque Fiber Arts Council Scholarship and Guild
“It allowed me to grow as an artist by learning new skills,” said Abq
MQG member Afton Warrick about the three day class she took from
Betty Busby in Santa Fe in 2013.
Afton was a recipient of the Guild Member Scholarship for Workshops
and Classes provided by the Albuquerque Fiber Arts Council. After
the class she created a wall hanging and she has incorporated
techniques she learned to make other projects since that time.
To fulfill her commitment to the AFAC for being awarded the
scholarship Afton did demonstrations at Thimbleweed Quilters and
Quilts Ole. She also has a tutorial on her blog:
Have you been thinking about doing some skill building, research,
studying, attending a conference or taking part in private study with a
mentor in one of your fiber arts related interests? If so, then the
AFAC is waiting to hear from you by filling out an application, due
June 30, 2016, and letting them know how they can help you!
The categories of opportunities available are: New Mexico Resident
Scholarship in Fibers, Heritage Scholarship and Guild Member
Scholarship for Workshops and Classes as well as Guild Funding.
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