Come in, join us, and bring what you’re working on. We’ll work together in the cyberspace and support each other in our respective practices.
We continue the pattern from April with three options throughout May:
Tuesday Mornings, 9 – 11 am
Hosted by Kristen Gilje.
Click here to register for the Tuesday morning session.
Wednesday Mornings, 9 – 11 am
Hosted by Adele Caemmerer.
Click here to register for the Wednesday morning session.
Wednesday Evenings, 6 – 8 pm
Hosted by Mary McLeod.
Click here to register for the Wednesday evening session.
How does this work?
We will gather online (via Zoom). After you register, you will receive an email with the invitation link to join in.
What will these cyber studio sessions look like?
At each session, the initial minutes will be spent sharing about our goals and hopes for our art making. We might choose to converse intermittently during the session, or we might all enjoy some focused quiet time (we’ll find our way, organically). Near the end of the session, we’ll gather back up to share our progress.
There will be no instruction. There will be a host, though, often a Guild faculty member. The host is often willing to have their cameras on and focused on their projects, in case you want to take a break and simply watch art in process.
Do I have to show up for every session?
You are welcome to come and go at your convenience to our 2-hour cyber studio sessions. You are welcome to have your video on or off. If you want to play music, we’ll ask that you mute your microphone. Depending on the mood of the group, informal conversation will likely be part of our time together.
What can I expect to create?
That’s up to you! Chances are good, though, that you will create something since you’re doing it in community!
Hope to see you in the Cyber Studio!