American Craft Today
Saturday, August 14, 2010
I'll be leaving shortly to spend two weeks at Penland School of Crafts. The class I'll be teaching is called "Tapestry and Other Weft-Faced Adventures" and it will indeed be that, I hope... lots of adventures to be had. Photos from the class will follow in days to come (and maybe while there I'll have time to catch up to post a few from the New Mexico trip and the ATA retreat).
Adding to today's post before I leave... I wanted to mention the generous serving of crow that I'm eating right now--tastes delicious, in fact... although I'm using more than a pinch of salt with it. Some may remember my firm statement about not entering juried exhibits ever again after the rejections I received earlier in the year. Well, that resolution lasted for about six months. I decided to get over it and move on and enter juried shows when they seemed interesting. In mid-July I submitted work for jurying into an upcoming show at the The Bascom Center for the Visual Arts in Highlands, NC. Here's the information about that from their website:
Posted by Tommye McClure Scanlin at 6:33 AM