PARTICIPATORY SPORT FOR CRAFT ARTISTS
The International Society of Glass Beadmakers (ISGB), the leading organization for the promotion, education, and appreciation of the art of glass beadmaking for wearable, sculptural and functional art, today announced its first webinar: Instructors Seminar 1 in early November conducted by Margie Shanahan, Director of Education.
Information in this one-hour webinar includes ISGB support materials, class planning and organization, marketing, and more! Margie has been teaching basic beadmaking classes for over 10 years. She has also presented Instructors Seminar 1 at the last three ISGB Annual Conferences, The Gathering (Rochester 2010, Louisville 2011, Bellevue 2012), as well as chaired the committee for updating the Instructors Guide and Appendix.
Cost is $10 for this live webinar and after, access to ISGB support materials (Instructors Guide and Appendix) and the Instructors Forum. The same webinar is being presented three different times to accommodate our many members in various time zones.
Instructors Seminar 1A
Thursday, November 1, 2012; 8 - 9pm eastern
Instructors Seminar 1B
Saturday, November 3, 2012; 9 -10am eastern
Instructors Seminar 1C
Monday, November 5, 2012; 10 -11pm eastern
Kendra Bruno, Executive Director
ISGB is the leading organization for the promotion, education, and appreciation of the art of glass beadmaking for wearable, sculptural and functional art. Its mission is to preserve the rich and diverse traditions of the art of glass beadmaking and glassworking techniques; promote educational initiatives and professional development; and encourage innovative use of complementary mediums among artists and craftspeople.
ISGB is a Ohio-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization. For information about the organization, for a membership that suit your, or to make a donation, please visit www.isgb.org or call 614.222.2243.
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Source: International Society of Glass Beadmakers