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January Meeting! Participatory Meeting: Reflect Back on 2014

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Members and guests support and learn from each other at every meeting at Berwyn Makers.

In January, we reflect. What worked? What didn’t? What would you do differently if you could? It’s 2014 in review at the January meeting of Berwyn Makers!

Did you make progress? Put everything on hold? Boldly try something new? How did it go?

Come share in one of our popular participatory meetings! It’s a great way to learn from each other!

Need help getting started on your year in review? Here’s a super helpful blog post from Alyson Stanfield at the Art Biz Blog:
http://www.artbizblog.com/2014/12/2014-review.html

See you there! As always, we meet the second Thursday of the month:

January 8th, 7:30 pm at Unity Lutheran Church on 31st St. in Berwyn

There’s no charge and you’re welcome to bring a friend and a snack or a drink to share!

Mark Your Calendars for February 12th for the next meeting.

While you wait for the next meeting to come around, here are some good readings:

From Alyson Stanfield, via twitter today:
7 Ways to Establish That Your Art Has Value
http://www.artbizblog.com/2011/03/art-has-value.html

A pdf from Chris Gilbeau, that globe-trotting writer. In this piece he writes about working on a big project, he calls it a legacy project:
http://chrisguillebeau.com/the-tower-manifesto

For those who make wearables or accessories, Jane Hamill of Fashion Brain Academy has a wonderful podcast and blog, find them both here:
http://fashionbrainacademy.com/diary-of-a-designer

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