Thursday, January 27, 2011

CreateMixedMedia

Hot off the presses...


I am so happy to tell you about a new website that has literally just opened its doors: CreateMixedMediaRice Freeman-Zachery, Christine Doyle, Julie Hollyday, Nancy Soriano, and Tonia Davenport have been working in secret for many months to build a new community for all of us to visit, share, learn, and be inspired by. The site is so new, it is literally being filled with content as we speak. And new content will be added daily. But it already seems clear that CreateMixedMedia will be the go-to site for our community. There are videos, pictures, slideshows, podcasts, blogs, tutorials, e-books, wallpapers, artist profiles, and shops. Everything that you want in one place. As the site rolls out, I will post more information about it here on my blog and on my Facebook page.

Head on over to CreateMixedMedia. You can look around and register at the site. While you are there, sign up for your free e-book and newsletter. Maybe take a video class with Keith Lo Bue or Diana Trout. Listen to a podcast with creativity coach Quinn McDonald. Download a PDF tutorial on Thermal Book Binding by Dorothy Simpson Krause. Read an interview with contributing editor Leslie Riley. Stop by the shop and order a book or some supplies. Read the first, weekly blog post from Christen Olivarez, Director of Publishing for Stampington & Company and Editor-in-Chief of Somerset Studio. Well, you get the picture! Just plan on spending a lot of time at CreateMixedMedia. And if you find a link that is empty, click on it again soon, as the site is and will be continuously updated. See you there!

22 comments:

Maureen said...

I'm going to put a note about this in my All Art Friday.

This promises to be a great one-stop.

Lelainia N. Lloyd said...

Thanks for the intel Seth! Off to check it out! (And spread the word!)

P.S. Got some big news of my own on my blog. :)

rebeca trevino said...

I am on it!
thanks

Leslie said...

Sounds wonderful! Thanks for the heads up!

Steph said...

WOW!! I'm excited.. the site is FANTASTIC!! Thank you for the heads up, Seth!!

Sharmon Davidson said...

Exciting! I checked it out, and it's awesome! Thanks for spreading the word!

Dayna Collins said...

Very exciting - thank you for being the bearer of such great news!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Quite impressive site already and a lot of big time altered art and mixed media names attached to it. Like others, I'm off to spread the word.

Gaby Bee said...

Thanks Seth! I'm off to check it out!
Have wonderful upcoming weekend!

Suzanne said...

Thanks Seth. Off to have a gander right now!
Have a great weekend.

Anonymous said...

I'LL BET ITS AD-FREE TOO

La Dolce Vita said...

thanks for this!

jill zaheer said...

Thanks so much for posting about this site Seth. It's awesome. Have already put on my wet suit and have been surfing on each page. Just super! Looking forward to seeing all of your contributions here as well!!

Barbara Mason said...

Thanks for this info Seth - heading over right now....

darlene aKa HugGeR said...

I on it and the free ebook is very nice too. Let's keep spreading the
site!

Stephanie said...

how exciting is this!

off to check it out...

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Thanks for the notice; sounds like a great community.

Jack Riepe said...

Dear Sir:

The works of Leslie Marsh can only be described as compelling. Maybe, compelling and somewhat haunting. Thank you for calling attention to this artist's efforts and capabilities. I suspect (and predict) her work will shortly draw national acclaim.

Regards,
J. P. Riepe

Marit said...

Sounds promising Seth! I'm heading over there now!

Tumble Fish Studio said...

Registered and love it! Already found something I needed . . . a great PDF to help me do something I've been afraid to do! Thanks for the heads up!

Marilyn said...

Many thanks, Seth. Looks like this site will offer a wealth of information.

alteredbits said...

i've read this post three times, then end up getting ADD over there. thank you so much for the great recommendation, seth! it's a fab site.