Guild Meetings

2021 -2022 Guild Meeting Programs (Sept-August)

  • Meetings are open to the public and are held on the second Wednesday of the month, except for July, August, and December; 6:30-9:00 PM
  • NOTE: Since March 2020 our Guild Meetings have been held via Zoom, and as of Fall 2022, meetings will still be held via Zoom. Once members are comfortable returning to in-person meetings, we will resume meeting at Phinney Neighborhood Center. In-person meetings will be broadcast live via Zoom; remote participants will be able to speak to the “room” and vice versa, with some constraints.
  •  Zoom info will be sent to members via eNews the Friday prior to the meeting; non-members should contact Richard Vogt
  • Location (in-person): Phinney Neighborhood Center Room 6 (upstairs), 6532 Phinney Ave. N Seattle, WA 98103.
    Click HERE for a map.
  • 6:30 – Socialize, Library
  • 7:00 – Show and Tell.
  • 7:15 – Announcements
  • 7:30 – Program Begins

September 14, 2022 (Wednesday): Barbara Shapiro

Our September presenter is Barbara Shapiro.  Barbara will share the productive burst of artistic output inspired by moving her studio in January 2020 and by current personal and political events. The sequestration that Covid forced upon us all brought forth lots of new work in several series. Unfinished and abandoned projects from years ago were seen with new eyes and finally finished. Newly discovered materials inspired different ways of working. And as always, Indigo colored her materials. Barbara hopes to inspire you to look at your own work in new ways as you enjoy this saga of 20-22 in her studio in the time of Covid. More information to follow.  Learn more about Barbara from her website:

MEETING DETAILS: Sept. 14 @ 6:30PM, Wednesday (normal meeting day). This meeting will be held on Zoom only.


HOW TO JOIN THE MEETING by ZOOM:  Access Information will be sent by Guild eNews on the Friday before the meeting.  

you know the drill.

you will need to have the Zoom Client App on your device (computer, tablet, phone). The easiest way to do this is to go to the following URL:
You will be asked if you want to download the Zoom Client, and given the opportunity to test your connection.

Alternatively, you can use your web browser to go to and download the Zoom Client App (find and click on “Resources” at the top of the page, select “Download Zoom Client”, and follow instructions). Again, go to to test your connection.

When it is time for the actual meeting, you need only click on the URL in the June 5 eNews email; you will be asked if you want to open Zoom, and offered instructions on how to continue.

TEST YOUR CONNECTION: again, after you have installed the Zoom Client App, you can test your connection by going to in your web browser, and following instructions.

We look forward to seeing all of you!