Brigitte Martin's Blog Posts Tagged 'help' (1)

2 Open Spots for Makers to join Toolbox Travel to Senegal

Jewelers helping jewelers hand to hand.

A unique travel opportunity has been created to allow a small group of dedicated jewelers to help carry and distribute tools collected by the …

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Brigitte Martin commented on Brigitte Martin's blog post Good Deed Story Project
"Thank you Stefan and Sally for pointing this out. Sounds like a great idea. I just looked at https://www.kiva.org/ but their site is currently under maintenance. I'll check back later today! B."
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Stefanis Alexandres commented on Brigitte Martin's blog post Good Deed Story Project
"There is one organization that everybody can support another craftsman small business,  farmers or refugees around the world.The actual donation is  more likely lending the money to the craftsman, something like $25 or more and in time the…"
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Conference Chat with Aurelie Guillaume

Hello again, fellow intrepid makers! Today I’m sharing some tidbits and insights from a lovely conversation I had with Aurélie Guillaume, a fabulous art jeweler and enamelist from Montréal, Canada. Currently she is the artist in residence at …See More
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Catherine Grisez and Sarah Harvell are now friends
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Chanda Zea

Object Series 1, 2, 3

Porcelain, slipcast and altered with terra sigillata, rubber.
8” x 8” x 8”, 12” x 8” x 8”, 8” x 8” x 10
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