Coconut Grove, FL – Mad Hatter Arts Festival returns November 17-18 from 10am to 5 pm at The Barnacle Historic State Park and along the sidewalks of Main Highway. This juried event features artists…Continue
Coconut Grove, FL – Mad Hatter Arts Festival returns November 17-18 from 10am to 5 pm at The Barnacle Historic State Park and along the sidewalks of Main Highway. This juried event features artists of all types of media. Chalk It Up! street painting returns for a second year. This art form dates to 16th century Italy where artists travelled from town to town, religious festival to religious festival, transforming streets into temporary art galleries. This truly ephemeral art form is…See More
I am a history and English major and manage a Victorian/Edwardian historic house. I also am part of a committee that produces the Mad Hatter Arts Festival in Coconut Grove.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
I hope to meet people who are creative both in the written word and those talented in any medium of art who might be interested in being a part of the Mad Hatter Arts Festival to bring a new dimension to a well-loved community event in its 8th year.
How did you hear about us?
googled Steampunk Art
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I thought I'd share this as a frequent topic on these forums is the question of self-publication. Since amazon can be a very large part of a self-published author's publication plan, I found this debate interesting.The debate was held on NPR's Intelligence Squared, which does a very good job of presenting both sides of an issue. While I won't discuss the podcast for fear of presenting a bias, the discussion does broach on a number of topics that I found incredibly enlightening: whether…See More