11 December 2013

A Reason to Celebrate

A huge thank you to Professor Diane Levesque at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin, who will teach ART 200E Polymer Clay in the Spring 2014 semester. According to the college website, this is one of the first college-level, full-credit courses available in polymer clay.

Congratulations to Maggie Maggio and Lindly Haunani, whose book, Polymer Clay Color Inspirations: Techniques and Jewelry Projects for Creating Successful Palettes, will be used as text for the course. Way to go, ladies!!



3 comments:

Diane Levesque said...

Hello!
I'm really looking forward to teaching this new college course in polymer clay. Thanks to the support of Lindly Haunani, Maggie Maggio, Rachel Carren and the Polymer Art Community, I have had been greatly inspired by the many great suggestions and sharing of resources.
The course begins on February 7, 2014. I will be posting a a course blog on Tumblr as an archive of the work being made by the students. I will announce the link to the blog as soon as it's running.
Diane Levesque
Assistant Professor of Art
Director, H.F.johnson Gallery of Art
Carthage College
email: dlevesque@carthage.edu
website: www.dianelevesque.net

Diane Levesque said...
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Diane Levesque said...

Hello,
The Polymer Clay Course at Carthage College is currently online at:

http://polymerclaycarthage.tumblr.com

Let me know what you think!
Thanks,
Diane Levesque