Still “Synergizing” …

Synergy Conference 2008It is hard to believe that is was two weeks ago when I was still packing to attend the National Polymer Clay Guild.s  Synergy conference in Baltimore. The conference turned out to be a resounding success, thanks to a large cadre of dedicated and visionary organizers and volunteers. For more on how the whole thing stated see Kim Cavender’s blog post on the Seeds of Synergy. Unfortunately, as I was presenting a seminar, I was unable to attend the seminar on blogging given by Cynthia Tinapple, Susan Lumoto and Alison Lee. I imagine one of their tips was keep your posts short, sweet and include no more than three links? BUT! there is a whole lot of blogging going on…..

  • Slides and Notes from Kathleen Dustin’s Presentation can be found on Elise Winter’s  site Polymer  Art Archive
  • Further reporting on the conference and Judy Dunn’s presentation “Should I or Shouldn’t I? can be found on her Arteprenuer blog
  • Insight on the Artistic Voice discussions can be found on Dalke Dorosow’s Blog Fandango
  • There are lots of fun pictures on Donna Kato’s blog- both of Synergy and Cabin Fever
  • Iris  Mishey has posted photos and reports of the conference on Her Israel based site
  • Martha Aleo the intrepid reporter for the Philadelphia area Guild took over 300 photos and is posting them on her blog Ornamento
  • Moon  Room Musing by Amy , some thoughts on preparing for the conference and a thorough reporting on each day of the conference
  • Janice Arbanel featured the Synergy Conference in her Marvelous Monday’s post this week
  • Jenn  Dorien at Duck Run has comments on the conference and pictures of her knitting
  • Libbly Mills, as usual is thoughtful and insightful and has also posted this week on the importance of backing up one’s blog
  • On page 427 ! of her  Polka Dot Creations blog Lisa Clarke has posted her observations and experiences
  • Barb Fajardo has posted about the conference on her blog
  • And in case you would enjoy some tea while you read all these posts on Karen’s site
  • You can find another post here at Eugena Topina’s blog
  • Melanie West has pictures  of the water slide decals she had at the vendor’s fair  here
  • There are some great pictures of the conferenc on Ponsawan Sila’s blog
  • Cynthia Blanton has some more pictures and great information on the seminars she attended
  • Maureen Carlson posted about Making Choices on her blog- “Whistling through the Cracks” also check out her poem about this theme
  • Don’t forget to check out Susan’s site Polymer Clay Notes
  • And don’t forget your daily visit to Polymer Clay Daily !!!

If I run lean on posting material for tomorrow’s post…perhaps I can post on “How to tell if you spend too much time surfing/reading blogs?”

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2 Responses to “Still “Synergizing” …”


  1. 1 acrawley63 March 4, 2008 at 2:47 pm

    Hi Lindly,

    Thanks for mentioning my blog, Musings from the Moonroom as part of the wonderful blog discussions on Synergy. And thank you again for sharing your insights into teaching workshops as part of your seminar, Teaching 101, at Synergy.

    -Amy

  2. 2 artandtea March 4, 2008 at 6:21 pm

    Hi Lindly,
    Thanks for the thorough list of the artists blogging about Synergy. It was such an amazing experience and I’m really enjoying reading about everyone else’s experiences!
    -Karen


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