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"The system is rigged :-) but I tweaked his name a bit and now you are fine."

Brigitte Martin replied Dec 6, 2011 to Does your lecture/slide show presentation have value? monetary?

6 Dec 14, 2011
Reply by Alison B. Antelman

"Alison, You might get a good response to your question if you post it again in this…"

Brigitte Martin replied Nov 30, 2011 to Black Rhodium Plating

2 Nov 30, 2011
Reply by Alison B. Antelman

"Margaret, You may want to ask our furniture makers, they should be able to point yo…"

Brigitte Martin replied Jul 6, 2011 to Stumps

5 Jul 22, 2011
Reply by L.D. Ashworth

"I just came across the BANK ON ART project happening in Toronto right now and wanted…"

Brigitte Martin replied Jun 21, 2011 to Lust, Love, and Guilt

23 Jun 21, 2011
Reply by Mark Lattanzi

"That is good to know, thanks for bringing it up (both John and you.) I confess, I di…"

Brigitte Martin replied Jun 21, 2011 to Lust, Love, and Guilt

23 Jun 21, 2011
Reply by Mark Lattanzi

"Thank you, very good points. While I do understand and applaud the rationale of comm…"

Brigitte Martin replied Jun 21, 2011 to Lust, Love, and Guilt

23 Jun 21, 2011
Reply by Mark Lattanzi

"I am glad that you are stressing the point (again) that a lot of makers "do nothing…"

Brigitte Martin replied Jun 21, 2011 to Lust, Love, and Guilt

23 Jun 21, 2011
Reply by Mark Lattanzi

"Great comment, Tara. I just want to clarify that I am not against 'marketing' at all…"

Brigitte Martin replied Jun 20, 2011 to Lust, Love, and Guilt

23 Jun 21, 2011
Reply by Mark Lattanzi

"You would have liked to attended this year's SNAG conference. The keynote speaker, G…"

Brigitte Martin replied Jun 16, 2011 to Lust, Love, and Guilt

23 Jun 21, 2011
Reply by Mark Lattanzi

"Just the other day, a friend of mine complained bitterly that she is being repeatedl…"

Brigitte Martin replied Jan 4, 2011 to How far would you go to get attention for your work?

12 Jan 15, 2011

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2Roses commented on Olivia Shih's group Reconstructing Our Second Skin: Gender in Contemporary Jewelry
"Linda, my experience has been the same as your's, but from the other side of the gender bench. When Corliss and I are working the booth, customers who don't know us almost universally assume that she is the maker, and I am the sales help…"
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Altered Wooden Books WORKSHOP with Daniel Essig May 13-15, 2016

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Brigitte Martin commented on Olivia Shih's group Reconstructing Our Second Skin: Gender in Contemporary Jewelry
"Now I want to see a picture of you with a feather duster in your hand, Linda. That would totally make my day. Just kidding :)"
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Linda Kaye-Moses commented on Olivia Shih's group Reconstructing Our Second Skin: Gender in Contemporary Jewelry
"My work has not specifically, and really only once or twice been focused on gender issues. I have contemplated more specifically the empowerment I feel that comes from messing about with metals and the tools needed to mess about with metals. My…"
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