Detailed Class Offerings Now Online

Hello Passionate Penners!

Wooo Hooo! We are very excited to unveil our class offerings along with teacher bios and supply lists! These are all now live on the website and you can start browsing through to decide what your first, second and third choices will be for your one-day and 4-day classes. We hope you will be pleasantly surprised!

Within a few days we will have all of the registration forms for class choices, tutorials, housing, travel, half-day excursions and conference merchandise pre-orders up on the site as well. Whew! What a lot of information!! You will have until March 15th to make your class selections using your registration priority number, fill out all of your forms (Travel is not due until June 15th) and make your final payment. After March 15th registrations will be processed by post date only.

To help in making your travel plans:

The conference opens Saturday, July 25th. That is the arrival date, but no classes will be held that day. Plan to arrive on campus before dinner, which starts at 5pm. The opening program starts at 7pm. Classes begin on Sunday morning, July 26th. The last day of classes is Friday, July 31st, and there will be a closing […]

Classes are Posted!

We are very excited to announce that our classes have been posted to our website! You will see a link for One-Day classes and Four-Day classes on our home page, thepassionatepen.org.  Each listing shows faculty artwork, title of the class, the subject category and skill level.

Full course descriptions, supply lists, and teacher bios will be posted February 1, 2015, at which time registered participants (if you are receiving this email, you are a registered participant) will be able to request your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choices of classes. You will have until March 15 to make your selection using your registration number priority. After March 15 class choices will be first-come, first-serve. Please do not request class selection or more class information before February 1st as it will not be available.

To explain the confusing math, the conference is actually 6 days of classes, but two of those are half days, so we called them Four-Day and One-Day classes. The first day, Sunday, July 26, will all be one-day classes and these are open to anyone who meets the skill requirements, including people who are not enrolled for the entire week. We are trying this new format to […]