Normally we try to carry local information on our blog postings, but this new initiative is so awesome I wanted to share it with my friends in the art community. Continue reading
Recently I have been reminded that our relatively ‘new’ blog can still be a confusing minefield for people. At the risk of boring you all silly, I thought I would explain again how the blog works and how you can use it. First, and foremost, it is designed with our members in mind and it is for that reason we migrated from our previous website format which included a blog, to primarily a blog format which includes website ‘pages’. The blog was previously the most talked about, and popular, part of the website, but there was no provision for interaction. The new blog format has the capacity for you to subscribe, but even if you are not a subscriber, you can leave a comment on a particular posting. We felt the opportunity for members to interact was worth making the changes.
To subscribe to the blog you will need to select the ‘follow blog by email’ button on the right hand side of the Home page, and enter your email address. Continue reading
If you have the experience or confidence to be a courtroom artist for the accused on Monday, 27 February, the ABC is looking for someone at 10am for a couple of hours. It is paid work but we do not have the rates available. For more details contact Alison at the ABC 89504730.
Last evening a few CAAS members did some sketching at the night markets in Todd Mall… check it out at: http://www.abc.net.au/local/photos/2011/09/16/3319446.htm?site=alicesprings