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THE HOOKED RUG MUSEUM AND FIBRE ARTS MARKET

Open Daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

 

What's New?

The Museum will be hosting Hooked on Music Concerts on Thursday evenings in the auditorium at 7:30 until 9:00 pm.  Featuring local artists on fiddle, guitar and vocals.  Admission is $15 per person, under 5 years old free.  Please join us for an evening of music!

 

The Ganong 'Delecto' Chocolate Box rugs have arrived at the Museum and will be on display in the New Brunswick Gallery!

  

2018  WORKSHOPS

August 11th or 12th Punch Hooking with Diann MacDonald (one day workshop held on two days)*** Please note that both Punch Hooking workshops are full.

September 8-9 Geometric with Celia Charlton

 

Event images can be found here.

 

 

2018 HOOK-INS AND OTHER EVENTS

August 30th - Stitch-in Day (embroiderers, needlepointers, cross-stitchers, etc) presented by the Alderney Needle Arts Guild

September 29th - Hook-in/Fibre Art Day with special guest, our Nova Scotia Rug Hooking Artist of the Year,        Janet Boates ***This hook-in is full - you may submit your name to a waiting list only as of April 20, 2018.***

 

The Hooked Rug Museum of North America is pleased to announce the 2018 Rug Hooking Artists of the Year! 

This is the sixth year that such an appointment is being made.  Representative samples of the artists' work will be displayed in the Museum during the 2018 season.

The winners are chosen because of their talents and contribution to the advancement to the art of rug hooking. Over three centuries of development in North America, rug hooking has evolved from a utilitarian craft to fine art.

The International Artist of the Year for 2018 is Gail Dufresne, and the Canadian based Artist of the Year for 2018 is Janet Boates.

Start making plans to visit the Museum during the 2018 season to see the amazing work of these two artists!

Their bios are now available here.

 

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2018 Visitors to the Museum

 

 

Suzanne Conrod/Matt WhitmanSuzanne Conrod/Matt Whitman

HRM Councillor Matt Whitman stopped in for a visit, shown here with Founding Director, Suzanne Conrod

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VOLUNTEERING:  If you have reached our site through the Connecting Communities Bulletin Board please click here for our Volunteer Contact Form.
 
A Calendar of our Events can also be found on the Community Connect webpage.  Click on the Calendar button and select Hooked Rug Museum as the location.
 
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There is no admission to  Fibre Art Market  portion of the museum and all shopping is tax-free.  Come in and see our hundreds of hooked rugs, books, hooking kits, wool and much more!

 

Entering the museum you are plunged into the history of the art of rug hooking in the Interpretive Centre which focuses on the beginning of rug hooking in North America.  Visitors to the museum will learn the names of famous rug hooking artists.  Names like Burnham, Frost, Turner, Tremblay, Mowat, Garrett and many more. (The banner image above depicts the sides and front of the bottom of Noah's Ark.  To see the Ark and all it's hooked animals please drop into the museum.  Museum rates apply to the museum galleries and exhibits.) 

 

Museum Admission Fees

General Admission  $7.00; Seniors and Students $5.00; Children under 5 years of age are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.

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