The latest in our partnership with the blog Louise & Maurice is a conversation first with Stu Kestenbaum, former director of Haystack, and then with artist Chris Staley.
Read Kestenbaum's thoughts on craft, and then you can check out the interview with Staley atLouise & Maurice.
Part 5 | Artist Chris Staley and The Family of Things
Elizabeth Busch wrote about the Haystack version of the Craft School Experience for our friends at Fiber Art Now!
Have you heard of “The Haystack Experience?”
Well, it’s real, it’s big, and it will make you want more! Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is for everyone who is interested in expanding, discovering, experimenting, playing, working in your craft medium and meeting new friends and old in an environment too beautiful for words. You’ll just have to come and witness those distant islands appearing out of the fog, feel the magic of a workshop session, hear the giant bell that means phenomenal food again and again. I’m not saying that a session at Haystack will change your life exactly as it has changed mine, but make no mistake, it WILL change your life and you’ll want more and more of it, come back again and again to have that ‘Haystack Experience.”
Click here to read the whole article or visitElizabethbusch.com for more about this great Craft artist.
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