Category Archives: Guild Study Programs

A Window into the Past

There are not many places where you really get the feeling that if you just slipped through the right door, you might find yourself emerging into the 18th century; well, Colonial Williamsburg feels that way to me. As an adult, I’ve been visiting Colonial Williamsburg … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Museum Study Program

Large cities, like New York, are well known for their historic properties and vast museums, perfect inspiration for a study program you think; unfortunately, hotels in those cities put the cost of hosting a program out of reach to most of our … Continue reading

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IGMA Guild Fellow Jamie Carrington to Teach “Court Gown of the 1780s” Class in London

IGMA Fellow Jamie Carrington will be teaching “Court Gown of the 1780s” in London at the Imperial College London from Tuesday, May 10 through Thursday, May 12, 2016. There are still spaces available to attend this miniature fashion design class! Miniaturists, collectors, and miniature enthusiasts … Continue reading

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