[Glaslyn] Artisan Decisions
Scot and Michelle Henry
henrycs at ix.netcom.com
Fri Jul 19 14:41:09 PDT 2002
The ad officially comes out in September. Thus a theme would have to be
communicated in other ways. I'm glad to hear our theme is assumed already
with a legacy of only two years. ;-)
I agree that the time really isn't sufficient at this point. A limit of 5
doesn't sound like a body of works to me and sounds manageable. Is there a
different way to word this?
From: glaslyn-admin at ansteorra.org [mailto:glaslyn-admin at ansteorra.org]On
Behalf Of Melinda Turnage
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2002 11:33 AM
To: glaslyn at ansteorra.org
Subject: [Glaslyn] Artisan Decisions
>** Someone help jog my memory, but I believe it's been discussed that the
>theme will involve fire/flame of some sort. Of course, I don't know how
>artisans feel about getting a theme 2 months out.
>I know it was decided that it would not be a body of works. We do not have
>the space for this yet and the general concensus seems to be against this
>type of A & S.**
Here is my opinion on the Artisan competition; being that it is of interest
to me. ;-D
I really love the idea of a theme for an artisan competition. However,
since the ad will not be out until August, I don't think it will give
adequate time for artisans to put an entry together with any quality. Most
artisans already have some showable pieces and if we had it as a body of
work with a limited number of pieces (say no more than 5), I think we can
come up with the adequate amount of space to accommodate the artists. I
feel that 5 pieces should give the judges enough to look at to know the
talents of the artist. Additionally, placing a theme can make it more
challenging for the artists and will limit the number to compete.
So, my question to you is.....do we want a theme with fewer artists? Or
more artist entrants with a more general display?
My 2 cents worth.
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