Great question! Go to your "My Page" (in the navigation bar above), and once there, look to the right of the "Comments" for "My Groups" . Click on it- Voila!
Over the next few months you can look forward to re-runs of 3 very popular courses from closed sessions of University Thrive. If you missed these courses, you will have the opportunity to see what so many of your fellow Thrive-ers were able to enjoy. Yay!! Stay tuned for registration information and updates to the calendar.
November 2015- Magazines to Masterpiece with Roberta Laliberté (re-run!)
Click on the photo for a larger image. Register HERE!
January 2016- Mini-Gut Art 2015 with Mystele will open as a self-study course.
*January 2016- Wanderlust 2016 begins!!; Mystele is teaching in this course.
February 2016- Color Harmony with Karin Husty (re-run!)
*February 2016- An Artful Journey Retreat (the final retreat); Mystele is teaching a workshop at this retreat.
March 2016- TBD
April 2016- Delicious Paint with Tracey Fletcher King (re-run!)
May-Sept 2016- TBD; We have a nice roster of teachers on hand ready to grow with you! Stay tuned!
Oct 2016- Gut Art 2016 with Mystele (video about Gut Art)
If you see an asterisk (*) by a date that means that the course mentioned is not offered through Community Thrive, but Mystele is teaching the course or is one of the teachers in the course.
Thank you for joining us here at Community Thrive. Our lives are so much richer with you in them!
Where else can you find us with Community Thrive?
Facebook Classes (private group for members of Thrive paid classes, and/or Art Swap Group) - (If your Community Thrive name is different from your Facebook name, please send Heather a note so that she can match you up and approve you into the group.)
*Participation: fine print- We are so happy to have this meeting place, but it is not free for us to rent it. So it's important that we keep our membership roster filled with active members. Thus, we periodically cull through the roster to remove members that have been inactive. This helps keep our rent costs lower and also keeps things humming along here. All in all, we'd rather have a small community with people who are making & sharing art and learning together than a large one with only a few people participating.