Although most of the Teapot Diplomat workshops are full for the fall, we do have a few with openings. If you wish to register for any of these workshops, please let me know as soon as possible:
Monday, September 24 at MTSU from 4-5pm with Jen Vogus learning to use a cell phone camera to make abstract photos of movement. This is an international exchange with Argentina and will result in at least one International Day of Persons with Disabilities exhibit. We may have bigger exhibit news on this later.
Monday, October 1 at MTSU from 4-5pm with Dee Kimbrell making tea buddies.
Saturday, Oct. 6 from 10am-noon with Lauren Emery Rudd making kimonos for the Movement Connection dancers to perform at the Nashville Chinese New Year Celebration. These will also be shown in the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Monday, November 5 at MTSU from 4-5pm with Dee Kimbrell making tea ornaments. If all goes well with the VISA process, this project will be done with some of our friends from Egypt and it will be part of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Tuesday, Nov. 13, at Kathy Plourde’s studio from 6-8pm with Kathy Plourde making fiber books with poems of gratitude.This is an exchange with individuals with disabilities in Pakistan and will be part of the International Day of Persons with disabilities.
These workshops are supported by funds from Mark and Niki Antonini.