SPOONFEST is over, the first international celebration of the carved wooden spoon was all that we hoped it would be and much much more.
It has been a lot of work and I am now straight into an amazing course on mocataugan making with Jarrod Stone Dahl so no time to sort the few pictures I had time to take, instead I shall share a few links to others blogs that have mentioned the weekend so far and a photo from one visitor Jane Cannon.
Our aim before the event was that it should be fun and inspirational, I think it managed to be both in good measure. We owe huge dept of thanks to our instructors, volunteers and the visitors who all clearly came determined to have a good time, to give and to share openly. Lots of pics and write ups on these blogs no doubt more will follow, video too. I hope to upload my pics later in the week.
and this is SPOONFEST HQ at the Old Police Station where 6 days in there is no sign of spoon talk slowing up. What a great bunch of folk and how wonderful to be able to spend time together playing.
Tired but exhilarated.