March has been a month of catching up and looking ahead, planning, plotting and prioritizing things that can come off the back burner now. It scares Bill when he sees my to-do list. It's not realistic, but that's not because I'm too tight on time between events. It's because I have so many ideas to explore, and I want to tackle them all right now. Picture me rubbing my hands together in glee.
Before I head out again on the teaching circuit, I do have prep work to complete so students can show up and have a great experience. And there's a lot more that goes on behind the scenes that I can't take credit for. The folks who manage the venues where I teach do a great job of organizing resources so people like me can just show up and teach, and students can just show up and learn.
Last week, Bead & Button added another section of the class Moving Pictures on Wednesday, June 9. The June 11 section of that class is full, so I'm glad to have another opportunity to present this fun bracelet project, which uses image transfers of ingenues from the era of silent films.
Bead & Button is a huge event. I picture their scheduling process as someting like Cirque du Soleil performers juggling beads instead of balls. They make scheduling look like performance art. Encore!