The Kuwait Textile Arts Association
Under the Auspices of Beit Al Sadu
Cordially invites you for a meeting on
6:30 pm Tuesday, 15th of September 2015
@Beit Al Sadu
next to the National Museum, Kuwait City
Doors Open at 6:00 pm
On behalf of the KTAA Board and Membership, Welcome to the 2015-16 year with the Kuwait Textile Arts Association.
While many members may still be out of the country or about to travel there are many members that remain in Kuwait.
We would like to invite our current members, and potential members to a mixer at Beit Sadu to share your textile experiences over the summer, renew or become a new member and give us an opportunity for all to share with each other. The board met over the summer months and developed the Organization, Mission, Vision and Values. We would like to present these to the membership and request your input.
In addition, we would like to share our calendar of meetings for the coming year.
We invite you to provide your input and expertise to help make our organization all that it can be.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Please RSVP at +965 66753002 SMS or WhatsApp
Looking forward to seeing you there,
President, Kuwait Textile Arts Association
The new 2015-2016 KTAA Executive Board is:
President – Donna Al Shaya
Treasurer – Avril Bailey
Membership Secretary -Vacant
Quilt Group Coordinator – Salma Khalid
Exhibition Coordinator`Hanan Al Kazemi,
Web networks Coordinator – Shyamala Rao
Beit Al Sadu Liaison – Aiesha Khalid and Patricia Redding
Photographer – Maddie El Issawi
Bazaar Coordinator Michelle Banoori
Yarn&Fibre Coordinator- Ranju Gandhi
Librarian – Hayfa Al Mughni
Hospitality Coordinator – Vacant
The Kuwait Textile Arts Association was established under the patronage of Sheikha Altaf Salem Al Ali Al Sabah in October 1994. The KTAA mission it to further an understanding of the textile arts and to encourage its members to express their creativity by participating in the weaving, quilting and fiber arts activities available to them. Membership is open to any person interested in furthering his/her knowledge of the world of textiles.