IMPORTANT DATE CHANGES and A LOOK AHEAD ....
November: No meeting first week; Canvas and Cocktails Field Trip on November 12, 2014 to Brushes and Bisque in Denville, NJ
December: Holiday Party is moved to the 2nd Wednesday of the month: December 10, 2014 at the Rescue Squad (location is tentative).
January: Our meeting is moved to Monday, January 12, 2015, 7 p.m. at the Rescue Squad, with workshops to follow at the Bella Faccia Studio on Tuesday January 13. Christina Davidson: AMADAZZLE, Amarillo, Texas
February: Our meeting is moved to accommodate Kapital Kidvention and will be held Wednesday February 11, 2015 at the Rescue Squad is Friends and Family Night: FREE to all attendees. Our own Guild members will present what they learned at the conventions in the previous three months, followed by Open Jamming.
March: Pashur is coming the second week, March 11 to the Guild on Wednesday and doing Party Caricatures Class on Thursday March 12 at Bella Faccia Studio.
April: Fresh off the season 1 of Skin Wars: Sean Avram is coming for the second week of April: Face painting at the Guild on April 8, and then body painting on Thursday. If interest is there, he will do a reptiles class on Friday, April 3.
May: Donna Nowak, Airbrush Master and maker of PROAIIR and DIPS will be to our meeting on May 6, then a follow on airbrush boot camp for the two days to follow: Thursday May 7 for beginnners who do not have or haven't used their equipment, and Friday May 8, for those who have used equipment for tattoos only--take it up a notch and earn more!
This year we are going to experiment with some different timing on the workshops. When possible to do so, Teachers will split their one day workshop into two half day workshops ($75 each) and they will be offered in the afternoon (1-4:30 p.m.), and then in the evening (6-9:30 p.m.) on the designated day. Afternoon participants will receive a reduced price if they stay into the evening, and have dinner. In this way, we can pick up those that have full time jobs, and those students who might be able to take a half day off, but not a full day. It also give the instructor a chance to do some of their own work, in the morning after the guild.