Last September I attended the first Women in Turning (WIT) eXchange at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. It was a life-changing experience. I describe it in an article published in the February issue of American Woodturner and again in an article forthcoming in the August issue, this time through the lens of creativity. Please check out the articles (I’ll link the second as soon as it’s published); I guarantee they’re worth the time.
The topic of creativity and how to ignite it has become an obsession for me. After diving deep over the last several months, I have developed a day-long workshop designed to awaken, foster, and grow participants’ creativity. I am really excited about it. My first presentation of it will be for the Prescott Area Woodturners in June.
I will post separately photos of the three collaborations I was part of at the eXchange, along with stories of their making.