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“Scratch Art” Egg Carving
DeShea Villoch to teach at 2006 AEA National Convention

Prize winning egg artist DeShea Villoch has agreed to teach emu egg carving classes at the American Emu Convention in Madison, WI in July 2006.   Although students do not have to be a member of the AEA in order to participate, pre-registration is required.   The cost of the class is $50.00 payable prior to the cut off date of May 28, 2006. Until the reservation is paid for, the class cannot be confirmed. 

Two classes will be held Thursday, July 13; one class will be held on Friday afternoon, July 14 and two classes will be held on Sunday, July 16.  Morning classes will start at 8:00 am and end at noon.  Afternoon classes will start at 1:00 pm and end at 5:00 pm.  There will be breaks mid-way through the class to coincide with the rest of the convention breaks.

 Classes will be limited to ten.  Students will bring their own electric multi speed dremel with a flex shaft and a facemask; burrs will be supplied.

For AEA members, taking this class will meet the four-hour requirement for Accredited Emu Producer Classes.

To register, contact Colleen Siener, by emailing windingcreek@tbc.net with the words “Egg Carving Class” in the subject line or phone her at 815-784-5046 to get your class time set up or if you have any questions.

Checks should be made out to  “American Emu Association” with egg carving class in the subject line.  Mail checks to:

American Emu Association
Egg Carving Classes
Attn: Betty Suhr
4747 Highway D
West Bend WI 53090
 

Visit DeShea's website at http://www.dshae.com 

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