Alaska's statewide Made in Alaska program supports businesses who locally manufacture more than 51% of their products. As a small business owner, Pamela's commitment to locally-made goods is evidenced by the other small businesses represented at her studio, and by the sale of her handwovens.
Pamela is associated with a variety of organizations in the fiber arts community.
Owner Artist: Pamela Grefsrud | 3960 Doroshin Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99516 | (907) 279-0332 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Handweavers Guild of America is a national organization for fiber artists in weaving, spinning, and dyeing. Founded in 1969, the HGA aims to help its members advance in their craft, from beginners to veteran artists.
Focused solely on weaving, the Complex Weavers are an international community of weavers dedicated to finding new frontiers in their craft.
The Anchorage Weavers and Spinners Guild is a local fiber arts guild dedicated to the encouragement of the fiber arts in Alaska. The guild holds regular monthly meetings and supports an active calendar of events from both local and Lower 48 experts in various fiber arts.
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