In September of this year the touring Bodywork exhibition, or to give it its…
PARTICIPATORY SPORT FOR CRAFT ARTISTS
Brenda Schweder, Megan Corwin, Gordon Uyahara, Binky Bergsman, Ronna Sarvas Weltman, Melissa Cable, Barbara Berk, Richard Salley, Chris Campbell, Anjanette Harper, Amber George, Patrik Kusek, Maureen Brusa Zappellini, David Huang, Ken Bova, Lorena Angulo, Dawn Nichols Walden, Victoria Lansford, Robert Dancik, Barbara Minor - and more!!
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Finally finished the tattoo machine for the "Beneath the Skin" exhibition in Sheffield next month! I'm so relieved at getting this main part completed and I can now concentrate on…Continue
Time to get your business taxes ready.
For artists and makers, running your business in a manner compliant with I.R.S. rules can make a BIG DIFFERENCE between being declared a "business" instead of a "hobby".…
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I am SO annoyed. I had just finished cleaning and polishing these rings:
when I managed to completely lose the one on the right with the heart. I have turned the workshop upside-down and can't find it. It is getting to the point where I would actually be quicker making another! These rings are part of my collection…Continue
2011 Craft Research Fund – PROJECT GRANTS
THE MISSION of the Craft Research Fund is to advance, expand and support research about craft
in the United States.
• To support innovative research…Continue
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Session: Where is tradition in American…
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CRITIQUE GROUP GUIDELINES
A Critique Group can offer friendly feedback and helpful perspective to artists and makers on a regular basis. Scheduled meetings also help you stay motivated with external deadlines (for each Critique Group meeting) and a break from the isolation of the studio.
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Metals 2011 is a showcase of some of students and some of their mentors from university metal and jewelry programs from across the State of Michigan and Northern Ohio. This years participating universities are Bowling Green State University, Eastern Michigan University and College for Creative Studies.
A collaborative exhibition sponsored by the Michigan Silversmiths Guild and Gifts of Art, part of the U of M Health System. This exhibition will…
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hello everyone, just wanted to report of a beautiful studio visit i had today and of 2 beautiful people i finally met in person....carolyn and bob, of ornament magazine.
given the fact that i am deep in (i call it) frenzy-show-mode, currently preparing 2 shows for april, nyc (http://www.artrider.com/CNY11.html) & dc (…Continue
Finally got the colouring of the Japanese alloys working, so can now start on making the components of the piece.
These hearts are made from high-purity Copper, with 25/75 Ag/Cu fused to the surface, then press-formed. The idea is that on colouring in Rokusho, the copper will turn a deep red and the shakudo will go a…Continue
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I've been on holiday for a few days, so no posts. Back to the grindstone today, playing about with these Japanese alloys. Just before I went on holiday, I was having problems with an ochre-coloured deposit on the metals and copper plating: I guessed that this was caused by iron in some way - a hazard in my workshops, where old bits of iron are as likely to be on the bench as precious metals.
Cleaning everything up made a huge difference to the samples and I even achieved some very…Continue
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I have a question to anyone with the experience, I need to ship a small box to Europe, with some art supplies for a class I am teaching in late June. I do not want to ship it air, because the contents are considered flammable. (Pine Oil, medium for glass paints). Any suggestions on a alternative? By boat? How? Whom?
In case you are wondering, I have shipped a lot by air, Korea, Japan, Australia, and Europe, I use Fed Ex, they have a service called, Fed Ex Great Rates. But , I use it…Continue
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well, somewhere in there there is a picture of one of my play rings....will be out officially april 2011...can't wait to see it!check it out and let me know what you think!
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JOHN D. MINECK FOUNDATION
The foundation was created in 2007 to award charitable and educational gifts which reflect John’s interests and values. John’s skills as a fine furniture maker were a result of passion, dedication…Continue
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