It’s Workshop Week again! I’m so excited. I spent the last few days preparing. Hey! I even cleaned up part of my studio for this event! 😔 I have so much stuff in there. I really need to go through it and cull more stuff.
In all seriousness though, I was down there today cutting and measuring fabric for workshops, cutting out paper shapes, gathering materials, printing off poems, and generally preparing. I double checked a pdf I sent to one instructor with answers to questions about my poetry choice. I was dismayed to discover some of my formatting and text were off. In one question my answer was totally missing! 😔 I give up! Adobe and I just don’t get along.
This week I’ve signed up for four classes: Abstract Design with Donna Mulholland, Text & Textiles with Nadine Flagel, Folk Art with Flair by Susan Feller, and Market Tote Bag by Beth Miller. I will also take part in the Wednesday evening hook-in and listen to the Friday panel discussion.
It promises to be a full and fun week, full of new learning and experiences. Plus, as nice as my five person bubble is, it’ll be nice to see other people! Even if it is only by Zoom.
Workshop Week is hosted by Karen D. Miller of In The Studio. You can find her on Facebook. Karen creates fascinating hooked artwork using a variety of materials. She is the main force behind Workshop Week, and I, for one, am very thankful she had the idea and carried through on it!