Guild Development Retreat
HGA's Guild Development Retreat is a one-day virtual learning experience to educate, motivate, and inspire fiber art guilds. Through panels and discussions, we hope to strengthen guild leadership, unite organizations, and provide a platform for the sharing of ideas. We want participants to end the day feeling motivated in their effort to build and grow their guilds so that all guilds can thrive.
Schedule (Coming Soon)
Panels will cover a variety of topics addressing the needs of local guilds and similar organizations that bring together and support fiber artists. In between each panel we will have organized discussion rooms to discuss the topics covered in the panels as well as others.
Local and regional guilds who hold an active Guild membership with HGA can register up to 4 (four) attendees for free. All other active HGA members may register for $20 per attendee. Registration for those who do not hold an HGA membership is $50. You registration fees helps to cover staffing and technology expenses associated with producing this program.
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With more than 175 affiliate memberships, we anticipate more than 680 fiber enthusiasts will attend HGA’s Guild Development Retreat either in real time or by viewing recordings. Click here to learn more about our sponsorship opportunities.
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