What is the Artistic Asylum?
|Left to right: Fetvedt bracelet, Modler journal page, Edmonson quilt, True bottlecap pin|
The Artistic Asylum is a mixed media immersion in Fiber Arts, Art Journaling, and Metals. Each retreat participant will experience all 3 categories. Accomplished instructors John Fetvedt, David Modler, Susan Edmonson, and Marlene True will be sharing their art in 3-hour and 6-hour classes.
When is it? Thursday, April 4 --Sunday, April 7
Accommodations in motel-style lodges (modest and clean, no TV) can be reserved as a double or a single (while they last).
Three buffet-style meals are served in the cafeteria and are included as part of your registration. Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free diets and food allergies are accommodated. Sign-in on Thursday, April 4 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. There will be evening activities planned for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Okay, this sounds great! How much will it cost?
CMMAG Membership Dues* $30
Non-refundable Artistic Asylum Registration Fee $30
Single accomodation at The Summit Center $370
Double accomodation at the Summit Center $310
*membership is required for participation, gives you a year of mixed media fun, and entitles you to the full calendar of Guild activities.
What's included in the fees?
Fifteen (15) hours of instruction, lodging for 3 nights, and all meals. Yes, all of it for one, low price. Compare it to similar retreats that cost between $700 and $900.
How do I register?
The Artistic Asylum registration form is available on our CMMAG Yahoo Group. Upon payment of your membership dues, you will be invited to join the Yahoo Group, and must print, fill out, and mail the form to the address provided.
All reservations are on a first come, first served basis. Registration fees are payable by check or through PayPal.
Payment options include paid-in-full or two equal installments.
Final payment is due by March 8, 2013.
Scroll all the way to the bottom of this blog to access the links to PayPal registration.
We look forward to seeing you at the Artistic Asylum Retreat
sponsored by the
Carolina Mixed Media Art Guild