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Fibre Fantasy Artists of Canada

The Canadian Chapter of the International Costumers' Guild  

Jacqueline M. Ward.

About the Fibre Fantasy Artists of Canada

The Fibre Fantasy Artists of Canada is the Canadian chapter of the International
Costumers Guild. Our group is comprised of costume hobbyistsprofessionals, and enthusiasts from across Canada.
We are a social chapter participating in major events as well as hosting informal meet ups. Because of the geographical distance between most of our members, we communicate largely via the internet. (Execpt for Beavra, who communicates mainly by slapping his tail on the surface of water).

Memberships as of January 1st, 2016, are $13CAN per individual, and are due yearly. Upon registering and paying your dues you will begin to recieve a copy of the ICG newsletter in the mail.

To join the Fibre Fantasy Artists please go to ICG Chapters and apply, or email the President, Dawn via:   kaijugal(at)hotmail.com

Currently the Fibre Fantasy Artists are focusing on planning for a major event, the international costuming event,  Costume-Con 35 , which will be held in Toronto in 2017.

 This will be only the third time Costume-Con has been in Canada in it's 30+ year history and we're counting on Canadians from all across the country to attend and show their best faces and costumes to the world as we host this amazing, fun filled, event.
 

 About the International Costumers Guild 

About the International Costumers Guild

We welcome everyone with an interest in the art of costuming from concept to assembly, to display, and all stages in between &  in all areas of costume. Our members include historic reenactors, professional, educational and community theatrical costumers, science fiction fans, renaissance festival participants, and a vast array of others who are interested in the making, wearing and display of costume.

The ICG is formed of chapters across the United States and in countries such as Canada & Australia. Area chapters meet on a regular basis, trading tips, skills and ideas among members. Most chapters also produce newsletters several times a year, providing out-of-town members with a chance to contribute and share their own interests and ideas.

More information at: http://www.costume.org/