I know. I know. It shouldn’t have taken this long to sharpen a pencil (my previous – and to date, only – blog post was in February 2010). And it didn’t.
It’s not that I’ve been lazy. It’s just that this PhD requires a whole different set of manoeuvres than I’m used to. I thought I’d be able to offer up, in cross referenced, footnoted and exquisite detail, a full proposal of what was needed, what was going to happen and how I was going to spend my time until January 2013. It’s not quite like that, as it turns out. I’m hoping to have something more articulate by December. I’ll try.
In the meantime, this is some of what I’ve been up to. Heading home to Northern Ireland for a long overdue family visit, I landed right in the closing days of August Craft Month. And subsequently spent most of my time running around – and delighting in – exhibitions, demonstrations, talks and the works. Highlights included:
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