Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Welcome to the (solar) new year.

It may be a new year, but the old workload is still in place.  In fact, I'm even farther behind after the seasonal activities.  I definitely need to come up with a new strategy for next time...the winter break is just far too short for extracurricular goings-on.

Nevertheless, 2014 will be a banner year for workshops, etcetera.  I'll be offering a pair of 8 week workshops through CIA's Continuing Ed program...Felt-making on Wednesday evenings and Tapestry/Stump Weaving on Thursday evenings.  There will also be a one day Joomchi workshop for educators as part of their B.A.S.I.C. program.  Check out their webpage here for more info.

Also, there is the Joomchi lecture and two-day workshop offered by Textile Art Alliance (here) at the Cleveland Museum of Art in late June.

At the end of May I'll be off to Korea to see the family and squeeze in a little bit of research.

There are a couple of other workshops in the planning stage, but nothing has been confirmed yet.  If there are any requests for specific Continuing Ed offerings in the Fall, please let me know...I'm always happy to take suggestions.

Back to work for me.  The office work has to be finished before I can turn my attention back to the studio.  Happy New Year!

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