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Millicent Souris, author of How to Build a Better Pie, appeared on WGN-TV to share some of her tips on making a better, flakier pie. Learn More.
Teahouse Studio, founded by three artists including Mati Rose McDonough, is a shared studio space that is used by the arts community of Berkeley, California. Apartment Therapy blog took a look at the studio and its offerings. Learn More.
Sarah Ahearn Bellemare, author of Painted Pages, talks to Heather Smith Jones in the Poppytalk Blog about her journey as an artist, from a child to the "many hats" she wears now as painter, author, and instructor. Learn More.
Crafty lady Tammy Powley is a mild-mannered English teacher by day and crochet maven and craft book writer after hours. Learn More.
Blogger Kelly Rae Roberts says Flora Bowley's new book Brave Intuitive Painting "will give you insight and tools and techniques on how to uncover your own rhythm of unfolding, taking risk, and trusting the painting process." Learn More.
With demand for goat meat driving a market boom in this country, a few farmers are getting in the goat business and trying the meat for themselves. The Meat Goat Handbook, by Yvonne Zweede-Tucker, aims to help producers get into the business. Learn More.
Gabriel Campanario, author of The Art of Urban Sketching, discusses how he got started as an artist and what he looks for when sketching in an interview with Gail Wheatley at CultureVixen. Learn More.
Forget the camera. A growing number of travelers are using a pencil to capture vacation memories. "Sketching makes for a richer travel experience," says Seattle journalist and author of The Art of Urban Sketching Gabriel Campanario. Learn More.
Katie Loeb has developed a reputation for mixing great cocktails during her years behind the bar, and Philadelphia’s booze crowd happily shows up to place drink orders wherever she lands behind the stick. In addition to wrangling spirits, Loeb has a way with words. This summer, her first book will be published. Learn More.
Have you hit a creative roadblock? In his new book, “Unstuck,” Noah Scalin presents 52 inspiring prompts designed for any field and any level of experience. Learn More.
The Hartford Knitting Examiner has recommended Knitting 101 as "perfect for someone new to knitting as well as someone needing a refresher course." Learn More.
Veronica Lawlor, author of One Drawing a Day, will be participating in a drawing event and workshop at Etsy in New York on March 8. Learn More.
An easy-to-follow video shows how to cover a cake with fondant using texture mats. Learn More.
Jason Thompson, author of Playing With Books, was featured in an Associated Press article on crafting using old books. Learn More.
Dr. Grymm, author of 1,000 Steampunk Creations, was called upon to help sell a unique New York apartment in a recent episode of HGTV's Selling New York. Learn More.
Paula Moliver, the Hartford Knitting Examiner, says Creative Pilgrimage "is an exploration of artful gatherings and discovery of innovative art techniques, enjoyed by both the teachers and students." Learn More.
"Inspired by," an exhibit of the art appearing in Art Lab for Kids, along with many of the original pieces that inspired the art, will open March 5 at artstream studio in Rochester, NH. Learn More.
Style Substance Soul, an online community for women, has recommended Knitting 101 as a great resource for someone who wants to learn to knit. Learn More.
Mati Rose McDonough, author of Daring Adventures in Paint, will be featured in the Creative Courage course offered by Stephanie Levy of A Studio with a View. Learn More.
Alena Hennessy, author of Cultivating Your Creative Life, is now at home in the Asheville, NC, River Arts District. Learn More.