As a Teacher (twice) in the Polymer Clay Adventure I totally recommend you to enroll!
My class is centered around polymer clay and resin. I hope this will give you plenty of ideas for your work with clay!
But PCA 2020 is a year-long of clay inspiration. So there are a lot of techniques for you to learn, to explore and to use in your work
For me personally, PCA has been the most amazing experience. I’ve been a student some years ago and I truly enjoyed being part of this community of like-minded people. Not to mention how this sparkled my creativity and how many things I learned.
I remember watching Laurie Mika’s class on Mini Gothic Shrines and I thought this must be an amazing experience to be a teacher in the Polymer Clay Art Retreat.
And one day I was contacted by Kira and asked if I wanted to submit a proposal for review for PCA 2017. It was really my fork in the road. I wasn’t sure whether I should continue to create polymer clay tutorials (which I loved with all my heart) or go back to bead-embroidery where I had a lot of contest diplomas and praises. And, so, due to Kira and Ilysa I stayed on this road and now I know it was the best thing for me.
Enough about me. Back to PCA 2020.
So, as I’ve had a first hand experience both as a teacher and a student, I encourage you with all my heart to jump into the adventure. You’ll love it. You’ll love the learning part, the amazing teachers, the wonderful community and the feedback you’ll receive on any polymer clay related question.
I hope to see you inside the PCA 2020!