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Well, registration has been opened for a few days now and workshops are beginning to fill. Still time and room for you to join us at this unique event.
And, yes, I know…rushing through things is never good. So, that’s what I did and then a big oopsie happened!
You’ve asked about the overlapping workshops and I’ve done my best to adjust. I’ve made some changes to the MCC schedule so there will be fewer overlaps in the teaching schedule. CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD THE UPDATED registration form and workshop schedule, moving Dan Cormier’s workshop to Friday/Saturday, July 18/19 and his finishing workshop which can be taken independently to Sunday, July 2014.
2014 Master Class Camp Descriptions and Registration-rev1
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Master Class Camp 2014
IT IS OFFICIAL and worth the wait! Registration for the 2nd Annual Master Class Camp from July 16-21, 2014 in Laurel, MD is now open! We’ve got an incredible line-up of instructors once again and know that you won’t be disappointed. It’s a one-of-a-kind event and a chance of a lifetime for some attendees.
Instructors include: Dan Cormier, Jeffrey Lloyd Dever, Lindly Haunani, Loretta Lam, Robert Dancik, Sandra McCaw, Melanie Muir, Marie Segal, Sarah Shriver, and Ponsawan Sila!
More information coming soon, but don’t wait -workshops will fill quickly! We’ve included a payment plan (50% now, 50% later) and if you pay in full by May 15th, you can take a $30 discount on your registration! Email email@example.com with any questions you may have. We look forward to seeing you in July.
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That’s right…time to diss that funk. If you are in a creative slump and have some spare time available in July, come join the Master instructors in Laurel, MD and give that funk the bunk!
I feel like I have been in a creative funk for over three years – could have something to do with my almost three-year-old son, but my mind has been focused on toys and books and not on what I can create next. However, a few weeks ago I attended the Baltimore Bead Society meeting to see a presentation by Jeffrey Lloyd Dever. Jeff modified the presentation he had given in Atlanta about using everyday and found objects to make art. His work was incredibly intriguing and seductive. I hoped that I could get just a fraction of his creative spark. Then a few days ago, I picked up some interesting children’s books and started looking at the construction of my son’s toy trucks and BAMMM! the light bulb went on. I jotted my ideas down on paper – now to find the time to actually sit down and work them through is another story.
The gist is – if you look all around you and keep an open mind the ideas will come. The MCC has classes for everyone — sculpting, caning, construction, and a unique class on heat forming bamboo. Let the Masters help you and GROW those ideas into something exceptional.
Spaces still available in all classes (except Jeffrey Lloyd Dever.) Check out class info and registration form HERE.