Imagine discovering a language that provided the words and understanding to describe your creative life to others, in new and provocative ways. Imagine other creatives speaking the language, too, and the camaraderie that could arise from these shared experiences.
Why are you a maker? What compels you to continue creating even when your days are busy, your schedule is crunched, you are in a funk, or maybe your “clever idea tank” is drier than the Sahara? Why do you still gather items found on your walks; organize and reorganize them; collect them in your windowsills; try to braid, knit, paint, sew, stencil, or otherwise process and combine them together to make something new?