Thank you for welcoming me. I look forward to meeting you at the Seattle SNAG Conference.
I cannot find where to pay my membership fee on My Page. Also, do I upload photos of my work next to the upload photos, that is next to the photo of me?
Amazing What Happens when we are willing to engage.
As a maker of things i am always probing into my craft.
Thank you for Trusting your Intuition in Connecting this Network for us to ENJOY And DELIGHT IN.
crafthaus is a fantastic networking site!!! I have been able to share my images, communicate with peers, and gain valuable advice from professionals in the furniture field, all in my first week on the site! Thank you so much for the feature. I will put up my work from last semester as soon as possible. I can see this site as being a very useful tool in the development of my career as an artist! Thanks again!!!
It was a nice conference. The best part of these things is what happens in the hallways between sessions... a chance to connect. I am always a bit frustrated that fellow makers don't quite see how important education is. There are always fewer in attendance for matters of educational concern... My own view is that education and marketing are not the same thing, but lead in the same direction. If we don't have an educated populace, we won't sell much good stuff.
Thank you for your help at SNAG.
Currently taking summer classes, but my schedule has lightened somewhat since May. Still working on pieces for thesis show. Have not started text for art book, but it is on the summer to do list. Thank you for the feedback!
I am glad to have finally joined, Brigitte. It was great to spend some time with you a couple of weeks ago at Luke and Eloy. Loved our conversation. I am still hoping to make it to the exhibition opening this weekend.
Take care. Cappy
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