PRAIRIE TEXTILE ARTS GUILD

 
 
HISTORY
 
Prairie Textile Arts Guild (PTAG) is a group of needleworkers of all skill levels - beginners through advanced.   It was formed in October 1979 with a twofold purpose - to provide needleworkers with programs and workshops in the needle arts and to raise community awareness of textile arts as an art form.

PTAG has met in the Marillac Manor basement since September 1991. Now we meet at Great River Energy.

Most PTAG members have "favorite" forms of needle art.  The varied talent of the members provides exposure to skills, creative ideas, and mentoring by other needleworkers.  PTAG provides an opportunity to enjoy your "favorites" as well as explore other needle arts.  In fact, many members bring stitching projects to work on during the monthly meetings.

PTAG Historical Events

Event Date
PTAG founded (Bismarck Mandan Needle Arts Group) October 1978
Blood, Sweat, and Tears award established November 1979
Treats/snacks established for meetings May 1982
Nametag fine established September 1982
For the Love of Stitches Community Workshop February 1983
Christmas Potluck and ornament exchange established September 1983
Angel Tree Displayed at the Veteran's Memorial Library September 1983
Oktoberfest Angel Tree October 1983
Country 'n' Stitches Community Workshop February 1984
PTAG member pin created March 1988
Promotional Brochure created September 1988
Featured in "Fanfare" section of Bismarck Tribune July 14, 1989
Angel Christmas Tree for Bismarck Symphony December 1989
PTAG Banner completed January 1995
Sponsored Community Workshop at Heritage Center April 1997
Display at Veteran's Memorial Library 1982, 1989, 1995, 1998, 2009
Display at Bismarck Art Gallery Association 1999, 2000

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