It’s almost time for me to head up to Interlochen for a week again this year. It’s such a surreal environment…peaceful (kids are home for the summer and summer camps will not yet have begun) but still oozing that something that is essentially an open door to creativity.
l love the students who come to the adult arts program. They are all there to learn, to expand, and to explore. They are all really interesting and fun to get to know. They are a joy to teach!
It looks like all of my classes are a go, which is great because I really like this mix. Three day’s of children’s book illustration, one day of marketing/branding, and two days of encaustic, so clean, dirty, and a mix of left and right brain efforts.
I work by brains out, then recoup in my little room with a snack and a book (reminder…get a couple of great books before going). I’ll be whipped by the end of the week, but in a perfect sort of way.
I’m incredibly grateful for the opportunity to do this sort of teaching. I can’t think of a better way to spend a week this summer. More classes for me in fall…woo hoo!
I think there’s still room in a couple of the classes. Click here for information and registration for their whole summer line-up.