0 0 Michael Michael2004-07-22 21:12:002004-07-22 21:12:00Yaay!
My proposal for a tablet weaving class in March of ’05 in San Antonio was accepted – and they’ve even found a gluten-intolerant person to put me up with! I’m very excited about this. It’s so cool to be teaching this stuff; it’s a technique that I really enjoy, but it’s a little on the obscure side. And it’s especially gratifying to learn that in a real-world workshop, I can actually make decent money teaching it!
Beautiful work as always. You should come and teach a class at CMA or something (you need the agaravation. . . .
beautiful work, and congratulations. maybe you can set up classes in your spare time with your new teaching credentials afterward.
WOO HOO! Congrats! that rules! I’m going down that same path. I’m about to start connecting with the local education centers to teach spinning, knitting and crochet. Maybe even painting and drawing. We’ll see how it goes though. You’re got me revved believing it’s possible. Don’t dream it BE it! Sorry too easy…
That’s great. Have you checked with DCCCD about teaching a continuing ed class?
That’s so gnifty. Congratulations!
Haven’t done that – it’s a good idea! This is really a new venue for me, teaching it for “real”; I’ve done so much of my teaching on a volunteer basis, it’s strange to think of it as something I could actually make some cash by doing!
I’ve got catapillars that are bigger than that! Well, almost 😉
DCCCD pays their continuing ed teachers between $15 and $50 an hour. You have to write a course proposal, then they will put it in their cataloug to see if there’s an interest. I think a class like this would probably go over the best at Brookhaven or Richland.
Nice, very very nice!
ahhh, you’ve been on my mind.
That’s lovely. And requires far more patience than I have. Congrats on the class!
Way to go! Another college that has a broad spectrum of adult/continuing ed classes is UTA.
Btw, how’d the S in the Park thing go last night? Sorry we couldn’t come…. aside from finishing up some errands, someone dropped by last night so we had company really late. Hope you guys had fun!
Shakespeare was a *blast!* I had some friends come, we had a good turnout from our membership, and it was a pretty much perfect night. Champagne, desserts, fresh berries and cherries… yum.
The High Priest and Priestess of the Wren’s Nest group were there – I was hoping to introduce you, but hopefully you’ll get to meet them some other time.
Awww.. what a shame… it sounds like it was a blast! Ah well.. perhaps another time 🙂
good golly, this person should be your intern.
i’m not worthy!!
wow… that’s neat! I’ve always wanted to learn to tablet weave…
I noticed you added me to your friends page, so I added you back.
Nice to meet you 🙂
I always enjoy meeting other guys in the textile arts.
Me too… it’s nice to know that there are other males out there knitting, or weaving, or whatever along with me.
Thanks alot – your answer solved all my prbolmes after several days struggling