Heading off you Bakehouse Art Complex to set up for Life Is Art, Inc’s #ArtWorkCon seminar, “Financial Management for Artists”. If you know of any artists that need help keeping money straight, send them over. Doors open at 6:30pm via Facebook
I feel like I blinked and July and August just disappeared. What the heck happened there? via Facebook
It is indeed going to be an exciting Autumn. via Facebook
Dear Friends: It’s that time again, we need volunteers for the following:
1) Tuesday, September 16, 6:15p-7:15p, Art/Work Connections door at Bakehouse Art Complex, 1 volunteer.
2) Friday, September 19, 5:30p-11p, Dwntwn Art Days Kickoff VIP Lounge at McCormick Place, 3-5 volunteers.
3) Tuesday, September 23, 6:15-8:45, River Of Art at Cocktail Collection / Tobacco Road, 2 volunteers.
Please let me know when you are available and I can send more information. Thanks so much! via Facebook
Yup, catching up on email. Up to July 31 on one account. Have two more accounts after this one. via Facebook
I feel like it’s already 2015, but heck, it’s barely Fall. via Facebook
Happy Sunday Everyone!
Now I am going to attack this pile of email and get through it no matter what! via Facebook
You know, I’m not really a fan of all these cooking contest shows. There are so many of them. You put the people into a kitchen with the best ingredients and top of the line cookware, and yeah, anything they make should be amazing.
What I would love to see would be the “Real Life Cooking Contest”. You get a rundown, tiny kitchen with busted-ass cookware. You get the cash equivalent of a low-wage working with a family of four. And then let’s see the chefs make something amazing out of that. That way, at least the recipes that resulted from the contest would be relevant to most people.
Actually, I think that would be a fun fundraiser. Who would pay to see something like that? Top level chefs competing using what everyday people use. Then we all get a tasting. via Facebook
Saturday! Hold all calls please! via Facebook