Please post your comments here on the front page news article Canadian Conference Buzz.
This is a copy of the email Lori from Cranberry Stained Glass, sent me.
Hi, received an e-mail today about an AISG conference asking all kinds of
stuff but has a "no-reply" attached to it.
1. you might want to change that and
2. I am interested in some kind of Canadian Glass Conference but it has to be in the middle of the country… not BC or Alberta. Ontario is fine. (I am in Nova Scotia) and
3. I am happy to help out .
Here is another email I received.
I would consider going to a conference in Canada. For me the best time would
be away from show season … i.e. dead of winter after Christmas and before
spring shows – January, February, March, April. Weekdays are better than
I'd be interested in information on taping into and winning public
You mentioned renewing membership. I presume we receive a notice of some
sort regarding the due date. I haven't received anything.
And one more…
I attend few conferences but would probably be able to attend only in summer, when school is out. At least until I can retire! I would be interested in mini classes on painting, kiln work and sand blasting. Those are areas I would like to expand into.
Thanks for all your work for AISG. Someone recently contacted me through the site. Did not buy anything now but perhaps later.
scotty giffen wrote:
I just wanted to say…I thought it rather `funny` that I like many others, get an email from aisg…that you cannot respond to !
the questions asked…or even given david wildes email address…? …please pass on to elizabeth.
re: this Canadian conference…?
the email struck me as odd ! why not make it user friendly. supply those of us who don't know david's email…a means to communicate any thoughts we might have on this subject, question that's been asked.
Thank You !
he's not a member of aisg.= david.
Hope that's all the emails to date. If I missed anyone please let me know and I'll correct it. Or you can post new, here and now.
Lots of good thoughts and some technical difficulties ironed out. So please don't be shy and let us know what you think about having a Canadian conference for stained glass.
I'm sure David will be needing all your thoughts on WHO to invite, WHERE it should be, WHEN it might occur, HOW much it could cost and WHY we should all attend!
Thank you !