Grace Butland


Co-producer, co-director and scriptwriter Grace Butland is a native of Alabama with B.S. and M.S. degrees in Clothing and Textiles from Auburn University. Following a brief corporate career in marketing and human resources, she owned and managed a contemporary crafts gallery in Connecticut for 10 years. As a freelance writer, she has more than 150 published articles to her credit. She wrote regularly for The Crafts Report, the business magazine of the American crafts industry, from 1996 through 2005 and has also written for Canadian publications including Saltscapes, Coastal Life, and Harrowsmith. She immigrated to Canada in 1998, where she turned her energies to her first love of fibre art. She has been an active volunteer with many arts organizations and has served on the Board of Directors of both the Nova Scotia Designer Crafts Council and the Annapolis Region Community Arts Council. She is a founding member of both the Society of the Company of Angels Dance Projects and the Society of Fibre Artists of the Annapolis River. Her fibre work has been included in juried exhibitions of the Nova Scotia Designer Crafts Council and the Atlantic Canada chapter of the Studio Art Quilters Association, as well as group exhibitions of the Artists' Way Collective and the Annapolis Region Community Arts Council. Her short plays have been produced as part of the King's Shorts Festival of 10-Minute Plays. This is her first film.

Films by Grace Butland