SFSNAD Talks Back: Episode 1 featuring Lauren Yeager

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Date(s) - March 23, 2022
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Join SNAD in conversation with our very own embroidery instructor Lauren Yeager. This event is happening in-person and online.

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SFSNAD Talks Back: Episode 1 featuring Lauren Yeager

About: Join us in conversation with SNAD instructor Lauren to discuss her embroidery career, artistic hobbies, and her role at SNAD.

You might recognize her from workshops, stitch-in, or as host to our amazing webinar series but today she is answering the questions, not asking!

Lauren Yeager is a textile artist with a particular interest in studying and preserving traditional garments and embroidery.

This passion led her to study at the Royal School of Needlework in the UK, and later with the Japanese Embroidery Center and Ecole Lesage.

She has a BFA in Fashion Design from Columbia College in Chicago and has received multiple awards for construction and design in costume and in hand embroidery, including the DCASE individual artist grant from the City of Chicago.

Before coming to SNAD, Lauren worked as a production assistant for visual artist Nick Cave in his Chicago studio, building soundsuits for museum installations and private collections. She has extensive experience as a freelance artist, assisting in costume production for various performances and competitions.

Register for this webinar to learn more about Lauren and her work in and out of SNAD.


This is a free event with two ticket options available.

Choose the “Online ticket” to watch this via Zoom, just like our regular webinars.

Or choose the “In-Person ticket” and come to SNAD to watch this live in our new location!

Please click HERE to register.

* Webinar link and password will be sent to registered guests ONLY.

For In-Person tickets, please remember that the San Francisco School of Needlework & Design (SFSNAD) follows the City and County of San Francisco Department of Public Health’s guidelines to reduce the risk of COVID-19. SFSNAD requires a valid ID and proof of vaccination in order to enter this space and participate in onsite, in-person courses and classes. Particularly in light of the Omicron variant, we require visitors, students, and guests to the site to wear a well-fitting, non-vented surgical/procedural mask such as an N95, KN95, or KF94 respirator.

SNAD is a nonprofit organization committed to preserving and promoting the traditions of hand embroidery. If you are able, you can make a donation which will allow us to continue to develop fun and innovative community outreach programs.