International Fiber Arts VIII at the Center for the Arts in Sebastopol in collaboration with the Surface Design Association

Many exception works of fiber art. A MUST SEE SHOW

July 28, 2017 until September 3, 2017

Wendy Bertrand among artists in International Fiber Arts 8 Promo

 

Artist Wendy Bertrand with Loom and Shuttle guild members at the International Fiber Arts Exhibit Sebastopol

Opening was a fabulous experience. Here I am with Loom and Shuttle Guild members Marlene Golden and Barbara Nitsburg.

62 inches H X 42 inches W

62 inches H X 42 inches W

Opening Announcement

 

FIBER ARTS VIII invitation

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Equity by Design Conference Opening @ AutoDesk

October 28,2016 at Auto Desk, Wendy Bertrand donates copies of her memoir :Enamored with Place:As Woman+As Architect to support theme of opening event encouraging AIA Equity by Design Conference goers to tell their stories.

Books for Equity by Design attendees

Books for Equity by Design attendees

Wendy Bertrand third from left with jacket by Lola of SF

Wendy Bertrand third from left with jacket by Lola of SF

 

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About Weaving Exhibit: Woven Together: Experience & Expression

16 triangles end of show walk through

16 Triangles during end of show talk

Woven Together Jan 13 to Feb 12, 2017

Global Warming during end of show talk

 

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Global Warming Handspun and commercial wool yarn on linen warp 60 X 42 inches

    

Carpets/ Wendy Bertrand

Reporting (edited) on Woven Together by Wendy Bertrand

News Release  Woven Together: Experience & Expression

A Loom & Shuttle Guild Members’ Exhibition

January 13 – February 12, 2017                

Reception:  7-9 PM Friday, January 13, 2017 

Sanchez Art Center / East Gallery  1220-B Linda Mar Blvd., Pacifica, California

Gallery hours: Friday, Saturday, & Sunday 1–5 pm (starting January 14, 2017)

An exhibition of handwoven and handcrafted textiles, Woven Together: Experience & Expression, will be shown in the East Gallery of the Sanchez Art Center in Pacifica, California, from January 13, 2017 thru February 12, 2017. Art pieces, fashion, sculpture, wearable art, weaving for the home, and fine craft made by members of the Loom and Shuttle Guild will be displayed, reflecting a wide range of techniques and skills. Items include  woven scarves, shawls, bags, jackets, table runners, tapestries, baskets,  carpets, and stitched textiles. Items will be available for purchase.

The Loom and Shuttle Guild, a San Francisco weaving guild founded in 1948, draws participants from all over the San Francisco Bay Area. Members come not only from textile, fine art, and fashion careers, but from a diversity of fields such as music, teaching, technology,   graphic design, writing, architecture, nursing, law, science, and more. Many artists  have been weaving for decades, and many exhibit their work in local and national exhibits. New members continue to join the guild and expand  their knowledge about the art and craft of weaving.

The guild’s purpose is to promote high standards of weaving, to stimulate public interest and appreciation in handweaving and fiber art, and to offer educational opportunities. Demonstrations of weaving, spinning, and braiding will be    scheduled periodically throughout the exhibit, and posted on the Loom and Shuttle website.

Open to all, this free exhibit highlights the ancient craft of handweaving still practiced today. There is ample free parking and the Sanchez Art Center is wheelchair accessible.

For the Conference of Northern California Handweavers: www.CNCH.org

For gallery information: www.SanchezArtCenter.org

 

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Local author speaks at the Del Norte Library

Del Norte County Library 190 Price Mall, Crescent City
Friday August 23, 2013 5-7 pm
Presentation and discussion at 6pm

Men & Women, who like to read, write, work, and discuss

Wendy Bertrand architect and author invites you to the Del Norte Library where she will be talking and facilitating a discussion on various  goals in writing her memoir, as well as reflections on publishing and presenting her concerns after the publication just one year ago.

The themes of how we work, how we think about places, how social factors including gender and race show up in place making, and how our personal and professional lives are integrated and important will be touched on as well as topics of interest to the audience.

 

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Speaking at The Green Arcade Bookstore

Wendy Bertrand speaking March 28, 2013 at The Green Arcade Bookstore

Wendy Bertrand speaking March 28, 2013 at The Green Arcade Bookstore

 

 

 

 

The Green Arcade     1680 Market Street at Gough in SF

Enamored with Place: As Woman + As Architect is Wendy Bertrand’s thought-provoking memoir.  A licensed architect, Bertrand received her degree from UC Berkeley in 1972, a time when only 3 percent of architects were female. Her book is a prime example of “social history,” chronicling the experiences of a working single mother on a mission to thrive in her chosen field—both personally and professionally—despite all odds. It is especially interesting because of Bertrand’s acute awareness of social impact in building design, and her lifelong commitment to social equity within her profession. www.thegreenarcade.com

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Speaking at San Francisco Main Library

TUESDAY March 5  Main library talking to audience.LOLA 2. Cas and others at Main Library

Writing Women’s Lives

MAIN LIBRARY     All programs at the Library are free.
100 Larkin Street Latino/Hispanic Community Room A lower level

The Art, Music and Recreation Center of the San Francisco Public Library presents:

San Francisco architect and author Wendy Bertrand will read from her newly published memoir, Enamored With Place: As Woman + As Architect, (Eye On Place Press, 2012), and will discuss the importance of women’s voices in documenting social history.
Her memoir chronicles her experiences as a single mother on a mission to thrive, both personally and professionally. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Architecture (1971) and a Master of Architecture (1972), after study at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in France. Bertrand graduated at a time when only 3% of registered architects in the U.S. were female. She practiced architecture mainly with the U.S. Navy. She is a founding member of the Organization of Women Architects and Design Professionals. Her feminist values and concern for social justice have informed her design and management decisions, as well as her vision for the future of the profession.

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