EILA’S SEWING ADVENTURE
IN WHICH THE GRAND & NOBLE TRADITION IS PASSED FROM ONE GENERATION TO ANOTHER
Note from Grandma Norma: Eila wanted to write her story out as she sewed, but we were a bit short of time, so Grandma suggested Siri. (Siri is Apple’s voice recognition software and it doesn’t always get it right, especially when it hears a new voice.) Eila was well aware of the Siri mistakes, but didn’t want to correct them because she thought they were funny! !
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John shows sketches to Julie
Isn’t he just great!
VERY SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER
JOHN PENNOYER, DESIGNER
Continue reading John Pennoyer, Designer
John Pennoyer is an accomplished artist and internationally-respected theatre designer, and Lecturer of Costume Studies at Dalhousie University. After receiving his BA from McMaster University, John Pennoyer began his theatrical career as a props apprentice at Stratford, Ontario in 1972. Three years and several theatres later, he began design training under Daphne Dare, Stratford’s first Head of Design. In 1976 Pennoyer designed Robin Phillip’s production of Hamlet. This was followed by Ghosts, The Devils, Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, Henry V, Henry VI, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Taming of the Shrew, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Measure for Measure, Pericles, Twelfth Night and Of Mice and Men, among others done at Stratford, Ontario.
Continue reading ASG announces Guest Speaker JOHN PENNOYER for December 13 meeting