May GANG Program Features Rug Hooking Demonstration

On Tuesday evening, May 21, Beth Croup of Cross Creek Farm Rug Hooking Studio will demonstrate the art of rug hooking and share examples of her work as the guest of the Geauga Arts Network Group (GANG). This educational program, which is free and open to the general public, will take place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Heinen’s Cafe, 402 Center Street in Chardon, Ohio. No reservations are necessary.

Croup has been teaching rug making techniques since 2001 and is well-versed on the history of her craft. She has demonstrated rug making at various venues in Northeast Ohio including the Geauga County Fairgrounds and the Geauga County Historical Society.

Croup has been teaching rug making techniques since 2001 and is well-versed on the history of her craft. She has demonstrated rug making at various venues in Northeast Ohio including the Geauga County Fairgrounds and the Geauga County Historical Society.

Croup is the founder of the Cross Creek Hooking School, now known as the Ohio Rug School, which convenes at Punderson Manor. She is also a member of the Western Reserve Rug Hooking Guild. The Cross Creek Farm Studio, which offers rug making supplies and instruction, is co-owned by Croup with her husband Jim and is located in Claridon, Ohio.

The Geauga Arts Network Group is an ad hoc group whose mission is to promote communication, collaboration, and cooperation across artistic disciplines for artists living and/or working in Geauga County. For further information, contact Joanne Durante, 440-729-6481.

 

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