Artist Interviews, Speaking Engagements

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Let’s talk about fibre, textiles, gender, craftivism, design, art, high-brow vs low-brow, and story-telling of all sorts!

This Sunday, October 26th, I will be the guest artist/author at FibreArts Now online chat FANFARE! I hope you’ll joining editor Cami Smith and I for a lively discussion, and I will be answering questions live via the internets.  The chat will start at 12 pm noon PST / 3 pm EST.

 

FAN Fare is a free, online, interactive, web show devoted to inspiring and connecting the fiber arts community. Every month, FAN Fare will give viewers the opportunity to actively participate in the program and ask questions while watching the live show. The host, Cami Smith, has been involved with Fiber Art Now since it first started. She has been building the FAN community and connecting with artists and authors for three years.

If you attended a stop on my recent book tour and have a question you didn’t get to ask then, please jump in! If you didn’t live in any of the cities we visited, I hope that we’ll meet online Sunday. During my recent book tour, I left each conversation in each city with ton of ideas that I wanted to hash out further, so I’m really excited to do this with Cami this weekend.

REGISTER HERE

How to Participate

There are two ways you can enjoy FAN Fare: either by joining the live program or watching it later, at your convenience.

1. Attend the FAN Fare program. Watch live, and use the chat or question box to follow along with the conversation of the other viewers. You will be able to participate with questions or comments.
2. Watch the recorded episode. Check back here to see the archived episodes for topics of interest, and watch as many as you like. Archives will appear on the page.

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For those of you who are looking for a recap of our MASSIVE East Coast tour, I promise that I will sit down this Saturday and provide one epic update of photos and stories. Jet-lag and catch-up at home has gotten the better of me, and I want to do it when I feel refreshed (aka not running off to my day job).

 

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