Dear Everyone ~
The summer workshop schedule is almost finalized.
This has already been a big year for classes at Bari Zaki Studio,
including private and semi-private sessions.
I so enjoy working one-on-one with students, that I will continue to
offer private and semi-private classes with only the tiniest
(or maybe teeniest) surcharge above the group rate.
So, if the date(s) for a group class don’t sync with your sched …
I invite you to request a private or semi-private class and suggest your own date(s).
This Saturday, May 18, I’m planning to teach Introduction to Boxmaking,
from 11am-2pm — but I never actually publicized it.
So, seats are still available!
On June 1st, 1 seat is still open in my Buttonhole-stitch Binding.
On Sunday, June 9, 1 seat is still available in Cat Bennett’s The Artful Sketchbook.
(Cat’s Drawing Faces, on Saturday, is already sold out.)
Right brain? Write brain!
Allan Hunter, who is Cat’s husband, is an author,
professor, and writing coach.
Spaces are available in his Finding the Stories in Your Life on Saturday, June 8,
and his Finding Your Writing Voice on Sunday, June 9.
I will be absorbing both workshops with both lobes of my brain.
May the rest of your May be merry, Bari
Next week, I look forward to showcasing the petite Katazome tri-fold noteholder that Diana Sudyka, an artist friend of mine, treated her seven-year-old daughter Isabelle to several months ago. They recently came by, and Isabelle made a point of bringing her noteholder to show me. I was so charmed, that I asked if I could share her story and artwork with everyone.