Back when I lived in Texas (pre-1999) I taught evening college classes connected to my career. It was a challenge working a full-time job and teaching at night, but the people were so committed and wanted the most out of their classes. I got a charge out of seeing them and working with them.
Since I moved to the midwest I haven't been teaching. Not for the career line of work and not the creative stuff I'm doing.
I've thought about teaching classes in the studio in the basement and have it set up so that would be possible.
And I've had folks approach me about teaching various aspects of the faux-tique making that I enjoy so much.
As anyone who has taught knows, you learn as much as you teach. And you have to be really prepared. Lots of samples, examples, handouts. A thoroughly prepared concept for the class, a defined goal.
So I'm wondering - if I decided to put together all the materials for a class, one that YOU would like to take - what would you want the class to include? What would you like to learn about the various things that I enjoy doing and making?
Respond to the post, give me your feedback, thoughts and ideas. There'll be a giveaway chosen from the posts here!