[Sewing] maker space
rachel at xtreme.com
Fri May 31 23:44:54 UTC 2013
Wow that sounds awesome! I am totally interested in your art and
process. I don't know if Noisebridge is a suitable space for you but
stop by and see, you are welcome there if you can make it work. It is
fine to just show up, ring the bell, and come in. If you can't find
space there (it is a bit crowded sometimes), or can't get your equipment
up there, let us know and we'll try to find you somewhere else. I know
of many other possibilities, mostly in the East Bay though.
Either way, I personally would love to see your setup. If you have a
chance, let me know sometime when you're working and are OK with
visitors and I will come by.
On 5/31/13 1:29 PM, p nosa wrote:
> Hello Noisebridge,
> My name is Paul Nosa. I am a
> sewing artist from Tucson, Arizona.
> I was referred to contact you through Karen Wilkinson from the
> I draw with a sewing machine (without a computer or a template) powered
> by a solar panel and a bicycle electric generator.
> I've been on a sewing tour across America facilitating people's
> creativity and showing them how to make their own alternative energy
> sources. I am currently in San Francisco and will be here for the next
> couple months.
> I am looking for a small studio to get some sewing done. The project:
> working on narrow-but-long tapestries to tell stories (around 3-4 inches
> wide by 12-50 feet long).
> i could do this outside, but getting it done indoors would be easier.
> Please let me know if you have any space available- to rent or trade?
> Thank you,
> Paul Nosa
> www.pnosa.com <http://www.pnosa.com>
> Sewing Tour video:
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