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The New Year renews our optimism and focus on professional development, but we all have questions. What is your professional goal for the New Year? Do you know how to get there?
Looking for the Map Quest version for your path to success? Are you looking for direction?
One options is too listen into my recent interview with Jay Whaley Blog Talk radio.Thursday , January 5, 2012 3:00pm.
One of my goals for the year is to continue sharing professional development resources to the arts and crafts community.
Below are links to information that were mentioned on the radio show. A one stop resource for our conversation.
Did you know that the SNAG 2011 Professional Development Seminar is available on line? Recorded during the Houston SNAG Conference you can watch and listen to all six segments on the SNAG Professional Development Seminar page. http://www.snagmetalsmith.org/.docs/pg/10571
NICHE MARKETING and PHOTOGRAPHY IN FLUX were the themes.
This informative programming is available online at no charge courtesy of the NEA, MJSA and SNAG.
Additional discussion of all topics continues on ASK Harriete:
Here are the links to individual topics:.
Niche Marketing link
Digital Images File Extensions
Photography in Flux – Three photographers
Digital Photography Handouts
Photography in Flux – Editor’s Perspective
How to Build a Better Drop Shadow
Questions and Answers about Niche Marketing and Photography in Flux
Harriete Estel Berman is teaching
Prepare for Success
April 28-29, 2012
This class is part of the Revere Academy Master’s Symposiumseries. If your interested there will also be a Skype level participation for the first time ever at Revere.
Stay tuned for more information on
Prepare for Success at Revere Academy in San Francisco, CA.
Dates April 28-29th, 2012.
This workshop is appropriate to all media.
“Pencils Make a Point” in American Craft Magazine is a two page centerfold featuring the very personal and political side of craft. Harriete Estel Berman worked for four years collecting pencils from all over the United States and internationally as a commentary about the impact of standardized testing on education. The bell curve curtain is 15’ ht and 28’ wide.
Read this informative article from the December/January 2012 issue of America... http://www.americancraftmag.org/article.php?id=12761
Do you wonder "How This Article in American Craft Came to Be" featured in American Craft magazine? Lots more is happening including the beginning of a new video about this work, tune in to find out more.http://askharriete.typepad.com/ask_harriete/2011/12/how-the-article...
Are you interested in learning about the assembly of this bell curve of pencils? There is an extended page on my web site with images of the fabrica... http://www.harriete-estel-berman.info/sculpt/pencilPage.html
Are you interested in the design and fabrication of Harriete Estel Berman’s work in tin cans. She recently finished new work for a show at the Contemporary Jewish Museum that opens in February. Along the way, she created a Flickr album so you can view, step by step how Harriete designed th... from concept through every step in the fabrication. http://www.flickr.com/photos/harriete-estel-berman/sets/72157627467...
View the finished work on her web site at: http://www.harriete-estel-berman.info/juda/TuBishvatSeder.html