Patchwork Show
Modern Makers Festival
Local craft and food makers, live music, and community
Business + Makers Conference
Four days of hands-on food + craft workshops+ creative business classes in Ventura, CA - March 26-29, 2015
Dear Handmade Life Blog
Living + Working from Scratch
DIY projects, tips on creative entrepreneurship, recipes, our adventures, and inspiration to make every day awesome

Here are some of our Craftcation 2015 presenters. Stay tuned as we’ll be adding more soon. You can also view previous presenters here.

Abby Glassenberg

Abby Glassenberg creates unique patterns for stuffed animals from her home studio in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Since 2005 she has shared her creations and her ideas on design, technique and the online culture of craft through her blog and the While She Naps podcast. Abby has a master’s degree in education from Harvard and taught middle school social studies in Mississippi and Massachusetts before becoming a textile artist and the mother of three girls. Today Abby enjoys teaching people to sew and opening their eyes to the joy of designing their own stuffed animals. Abby’s new book, Stuffed Animals: From Concept to Construction, was published by Lark Crafts in 2013 and named an Amazon Best Book of the Year. Her first book, The Artful Bird: Feathered Friends To Make and Sew , was an ALA Booklist top ten craft book of 2011. Abby has also licensed toy designs to Simplicity.

Alicia Dirago

Alicia DiRago is the founder and CEO of Whimseybox, a DIY/craft ecommerce and subscription business that helps people Stop Pinning + Start Making. She started blogging in 2009 about DIY, style and design at which led to the idea + audience that turned Whimseybox from a dream to a venture-backed startup that has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, The Houston Chronicle, on television and online. Alicia and her husband Joe live in Boulder, CO.

amy tan

It's hard for Amy Tan to imagine where her life would be had she not fallen in love with scrapbooking in 2007. This hobby has afforded her so many amazing opportunities – including a number of signature lines with American Crafts, many of her projects published in a variety of magazines, her own book, and the chance to meet so many inspiring people - that she is endlessly grateful for. When she's not at home in Los Angeles, California with two mischievous Jack Russell Terriers, her long time partner, JC, and their adorable son, Jack, she is traveling, finding great places to eat, and doing her best to enjoy every moment. All while Instagramming everything along the way. Amy loves salted caramel anything, doggy cuddles, baby giggles, palm trees, riding her beach cruiser, and nachos. Always nachos. You can find her blogging about her life at

Ana Spick

Ana is the founder of We Love Citrus where she sells a diverse line of packaging, craft & party supplies. She recently co-founded Urban Craft Camp, which hosts creative craft workshops to inspire the maker in all of us. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, she now resides in San Diego with her husband and 2 kids. She loves to travel, a good cup of coffee and exploring new food.

Blair Stocker

Blair Stocker has been a modern crafter and prolific “creative” her whole life. After a career in apparel and textile design, she began the Wise Craft blog in 2005 as a way to stay connected to her own creative passions while raising two small children. Putting her skills to work on thrift store pieces, inventive DIY projects, and clever handmade items for her home, Blair formed a loyal online following. Her original work and her home have been featured on Apartment Therapy, Design Mom, Café Mom/The Stir, and Design Sponge. Her work also has been featured in Parents, Better Homes and Gardens, Ladies' Home Journal,and more. Blair currently creates DIY content for the Creativebug blog (and herself!), obsessively makes quilts with re-purposed fabrics, sells quilt patterns, and teaches all kinds of handmade crafts. She lives with her husband, two children, and fat kitty in Seattle, Washington. Visit her at

Cara Reed

Native of Los Angeles, Cara Reed is the face behind the website Fork and Beans: a recipe site dedicated to all things creatively gluten, egg, and dairy-free. She is also the author of the cookbook, Decadent Gluten-Free Vegan Baking.

cathy callahan

Cathy Callahan is a designer/maker based in Los Angeles. Her current projects explore techniques influenced by the work of textile artists such as Anni Albers, Sheila Hicks and Clare Zeisler. All pieces are handmade in small batches and are created in limited runs or are one-of-a-kind. Cathy has appeared on the Martha Stewart show and her work has been featured in The New York Times, Sunset, Anthology, Mollie Makes and Frankie magazines. Her jewelry and accessories collection is available at stores such as Yolk, Poketo, A+R and The Hammer Museum. Cathy is also works a window dresser, merchandiser and product consultant.

christine haynes

Christine Haynes is a Los Angeles-based sewing author, teacher, and pattern designer with her own line of sewing patterns, Christine Haynes Patterns, which are perfect for the vintage-loving modern seamstress. Her first book, Chic & Simple Sewing was published by Random House in 2009, and her newest book, The Photo Illustrated Guide to Clothing Construction will be published in February 2014 by Quarry Press. Christine’s articles have been published in SewStylish, Sew News, CraftStylish, and Craft Zine magazines and she is a regular contributor to the Craftsy Blog. She teaches sewing classes both in-person in Los Angeles at Sew L.A., and also teaches her popular Sassy Librarian Blouse on-line with Craftsy. Her work has been featured in Threads Magazine, The New York Times, The New York Post, The Los Angeles Times, Martha Stewart's Radio Channel,, LA Weekly, Daily Candy, and NBC's Today Show, among others. She has presented lectures and workshops at the American Sewing Guild conference, the 2012 and 2013 Craftcation conferences, and has contributed to other books, like One Yard Wonders.

Delilah Snell

Delilah Snell is the owner of Road Less Traveled, an environmentally friendly store based in Santa Ana, California. Featured in Sunset Magazine, the Fine Living Network, LA Times, KCRW and numerous other media outlets, her store has won several awards for environmental products and education for the past 5 years. A staunch supporter of the local food movement, Delilah has worked closely with several local farms, non-profits and community groups in marketing, product development and event planning and lectures on food sustainability for almost 10 years. Delilah is also a Master Food Preserver and has started a line of local, organic preserves called Backyard in a Jar teaching classes on proper food preservation across the state. in 2006, she co-founded Patchwork Show with her niece Nicole to provide a high-quality, local goods in the marketplace. A life-long resident of Orange County, she currently lives in Santa Ana and writes about local, economical living on her blog Project Small.

Diana Fayt

Diana Fayt is a modern day scrimshaw artist, whose chosen medium is clay rather than whalebone. Drawing on her background as a painter, sculpture, printmaker and clayer, her surfaces are alive with strange and exotic stories, part folklore and part personal narrative. Through her signature process of etching in clay, the shadows of birds and rabbits come alive to play in forests of intricately rendered botanical specimens, exotic sea creatures lurk below antique sailing vessels, primitive marking allude to atomic structures and everyday objects blur the lines between form and function. Fayt’s work can be found in myriad of public and private art collections both in the United States and abroad. She has been featured on the cover of Ceramics Monthly as well as in numerous Japanese and American Publications, such as, American Craft, Zakka, Lee, Mademoiselle (Japan) and Sunset Magazine, San Francisco 7x7, and "Crafting a Meaningful Home". Her roster of clients include, Anthropologie, Heath Ceramics and Terrain. When she is not working in her Bayview studio, she can be found teaching technique and inspiring creativity in workshops around the country at destinations such as Arrowmont School of Crafts, Santa Fe Clay and Metchosin School of the Arts, online, at and via her self-created online e-course, The Clayer. A graduate of the California College of the Arts (formerly California College of Arts and Crafts), she currently lives and works in San Francisco, CA, with a sweet pooch named Louie.

Diane Gilleland

Diane Gilleland is a craft writer, designer, and teacher based in Portland Oregon. She's the author of Kanzashi In Bloom and co-author of Quilting Happiness, and her work has appeared in numerous magazines and websites. She blogs about crafts (with occasional tangents on the care and feeding of small creative businesses) at

Eleanor Callott Whitney

Eleanor Callott Whitney is a strategic partnerships manager and creative programmer who is passionate about art, creativity and entrepreneurship. She is an entrepreneur, writer, rock musician, and educator raised in Maine and living in Brooklyn. She finds joy in empowering creatives with the tools they need to think of themselves as entrepreneurs and in managing and facilitating creative projects with panache. She is the author of Grow, a practical field guide for starting a creative business, released in 2013 by Microcosm Publishing. For over a decade, Eleanor has worked with world-class museums and creative companies to plan events that connect audiences with art and the company’s mission, identify and manage national strategic partnerships, facilitate professional development workshops for creatives, and devise and implement strategies for content creation and presentation. She is currently the Community Outreach Coordinator at Shapeways, a 3D Printing community and marketplace.

Elise Blaha Cripe

Elise Blaha Cripe is a blogger, crafter and goal setter in San Diego, California. She has been sharing thoughts and DIY projects on her Internet corner since 2005 and running an online shop of handmade goods since 2008. To stay motivated and push herself creatively, Elise sets lofty year-long craft challenges and documents her progress and lessons learned online. Her most recent (ad)venture, MAKE29, is 12 handmade items, released monthly and produced and sold in editions of 290 or 29. Elise hosts a weekly podcast, elise gets crafty, that focuses on handmade business, blogging, creativity and inspiration. When not writing, making or planning, Elise can be found willing her backyard garden to grow, watching old episodes of Parks & Recreation on repeat and/or playing with her daughter, Ellerie.

Emily Ho

Emily Ho is an educator, writer, and recipe developer who teaches classes on topics such as food preservation, wild food, herbalism, and mixology. Emily is a Master Food Preserver and founder of LA Food Swap and co-founder of Food Swap Network. She has been featured in the New York Times, BBC, Sunset, LA Weekly, and HGTV, among others. For more information visit Roots & Marvel and Miss Chiffonade.

Emily McDowell

Emily McDowell is an illustrator, designer, and truth-teller living in Los Angeles, CA. A former advertising creative, she launched a wholesale stationery & gift line, Emily McDowell, in May 2013; it is now carried in over 800 independent stores, Urban Outfitters, PaperSource, and Whole Foods. Her products have been featured on/in Good Morning America, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, Buzzfeed, Reddit, and Daily Candy, among many others. Emily's work centers around universal, relatable truths and our shared human experience, in all its messy, different forms, and she feels most satisfied when her products help people feel like someone out there "gets" them. She is also inspired by folk art, nature, geometry, cultural quirks, and the crazy urban landscape of Southern California. When she's not working, you can find her hanging out with her partner Seth, 9-year-old stepson Oliver, and 15-year-old cat Stanley, and feeling overwhelmed with guilt over not tweeting enough.

Ernest Miller

Ernest Miller is a chef, historian, educator, consultant and speaker who teaches classes in museums, schools and kitchens throughout Southern California. He has been cooking farmers’ market fresh produce for nearly a decade. He is a Certified Sommelier and Master Food Preserver. His is co-leader of Slow Food Los Angeles. He is the founder of Rancho La Merced Provisions LLC., a producer of preserved foods and preservation equipment.

Gustavo Arellano

Gustavo Arellano is the editor in chief of OC Weekly, an alternative newspaper in Orange County, California, author of Orange County: A Personal History and Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America, and lecturer with the chicana and chicano studies department at California State University, Fullerton. He writes “¡Ask a Mexican!,” a nationally syndicated column in which he answers any and all questions about America’s spiciest and largest minority. The column has a weekly circulation of over 2 million in 39 newspapers across the United States, won the 2006 and 2008 Association of Alternative Weeklies award for Best Column, and was published in book form by Scribner Press in May 2007. Arellano has been the subject of press coverage in national and international newspapers, The Today Show, Hannity & Colmes, Nightline, Good Morning America, and The Colbert Report, and his commentaries regularly appear on Marketplace and The Los Angeles Times. Gustavo is the recipient of the Los Angeles Press Club’s 2007 President’s Award and an Impacto award from The National Hispanic Media Coalition, and was recognized by the California Latino Legislative Caucus with a 2008 Spirit Award for his “exceptional vision, creativity, and work ethic.” Gustavo lives in Orange County and is the proud son of two Mexican immigrants, one whom was illegal.

Jenifer Lake

Jenifer Lake owns Sprout Studio (also at & The Gleaner Project – a love for pretty, lovely, handmade items joined with all things vintage makes her a happy lady. She loves to create in just about all ways; she's a knitter, a canner/jammer/pickler, a collagist, a self proclaimed image taker & maker, a clayer, & a baker, but unfortunately, just not a candlestick maker. Jenifer has been teaching in various settings for over 15 years. She's taught at camps, workshops, studios, classrooms & to ages 5 years old to 60+. She currently is a kindergarten through 8th grade visual arts teacher in San Francisco. Even though she has a southern heart, she feels lucky to call San Francisco her home.

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee is the founder of Artizen Coaching and the author of Building Your Business the Right-Brain Way and the bestseller The Right-Brain Business Plan, which has helped tens of thousands of entrepreneurs around the world launch their creative businesses. After spending 10 years climbing the corporate ladder and getting tired of living her dream "on-the-side," she took the leap to pursue her passions full-time. Jennifer has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, U.S. News & World Report, Whole Living, Family Circle, Cloth Paper Scissors Studios, and Choice. She received her coaching certification and leadership training through the prestigious Coaches Training Institute. She is also a certified yoga instructor, a certified Expressive Arts Facilitator, and holds a B.A. in Communication Studies from UCLA and an M.A. in Communication Management from USC. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. You can find out more at

Jessie Artigue

Jessie is an NYC-based style expert & on-air host with a variety of experience in the fashion, beauty & lifestyle industries. She has been blogging at Style & Pepper since 2008, is the host of her recently acquired web-show (S&P TV), and offers business consulting for fellow online influencers. She loves animals, spicy food and helping women feel like the best version of themselves by way of her creative lifestyle project called, Pepperologie.

Kaari Meng

Kaari Meng was raised in a large, creative family near the Pacific Ocean in Southern California. Encouraged from an early age to be independent and create something unique, Kaari found her niche by designing jewelry for Anthropologie. With the help of family and friends, Kaari opened French General, a vintage craft boutique workshop, which offers classes on everything from jewelry making to tapestry weaving. The love of all things old and French led Kaari to discover the rural countryside of France, the flea markets and her true passion...textiles! For the past six years, Kaari has designed quilting fabric and patterns for Moda based on French General's collection of early 19th century florals and stripes. Inspired by the past, Kaari has written a handful of books on vintage crafts, sewing, and entertaining. For the past six years, Kaari has taken groups of women to France every summer to live in a chateau and find their inner Frenchwoman.

Kari Chapin

Kari Chapin is a writer, teacher, and mentor who works with hand-makers, business people, and future authors from all over the world. She currently has three books on the shelves, the best sellers: The Handmade Marketplace and Grow Your Handmade Business and a book she co-wrote with needle felt artist, Kerri Wessel, Feltlicious. Kari travels the country speaking to arts and crafts groups, at conferences, and on college campuses, inspiring and motivating audiences on topics ranging from owning and operating a creativity based business to following your big dreams. She manages a popular online members-only group called Kari’s Creative Community, where hundreds of creative business owners gather online to support and encourage one another all in the pursuit of making their businesses the best they can be. Kari also works one-on-one with aspiring authors, helping them to take their book ideas to the next level. Kari has her own line of products to support creative business owners that will be released in 2015 and an updated version of The Handmade Marketplace will be released in summer of 2014. She happily lives her best creative life in Portland, Oregon with her husband Eric, who is also a writer. To connect with Kari and learn more about her books, and her services, including Kari’s Creative Community, please visit and be sure to sign up for her newsletter.

Kayte Terry

Kayte Terry has been a maker and designer for as long as she can remember. She has worked in the visual department for Anthropologie for over a decade, first in stores all over the country and currently in Philadelphia at the company’s home office. When she’s not dreaming up new concepts and displays for Anthro, she keeps busy writing books, making art and keeping her blog, This is Love Forever, a journal of beautiful things she loves. Kayte is the author of three books: Creative Embellishing (Collins & Brown), Applique Your Way (Chronicle) and Paper Made (Workman). She has contributed to numerous books including: Vintage Craft Workshop, Bead Simple, World of Geekcraft and Signature Styles. Kayte’s crafty projects (sewing, paper craft, embroidery-she’ll try them all!) have been featured on numerous blogs such as design*sponge, decor8, Real Simple blog, Apartment Therapy, Etsy and Creature Comforts. You can keep up with her crafty adventures on her blog This is Love Forever.

Kim Werker

Kim Werker is a writer, speaker, and freelance editor who tries to make something – anything – every day. Many of those things are awful; some are not. Her latest book, Make It Mighty Ugly, is based on her Mighty Ugly project; it's a handbook for vanquishing creative demons by confronting them head-on. Learn more about her work, appearance schedule and ragtag adventures at For more on Mighty Ugly, including links to resources and a book-club guide, visit

Lauren Venell

Lauren Venell is an artist, designer, and financial educator for creative professionals. Her work has been published by imprints such as Chronicle Books, Klutz/Scholastic, Uppercase and Quarry, and featured in media outlets including The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Everyday with Rachel Ray and on Canal+ television. She has launched several successful plush toy lines, including the Deep Creeps, which can currently be found in stores across the globe. In addition to her creative work, Lauren educates fellow creative entrepreneurs about financial topics through online classes, in-person events and as a contributor to blogs such as design*sponge and craftzine. Lauren lives and works in san francisco with her husband, her daughter and an ornery parrotlet named Elvis.

Lisa Solomon

Lisa Solomon is a mixed media artist who moonlights as a graphic designer and professor. She currently teaches at San Francisco State University in the Art Department. In her work, she often questions and deconstructs the meaning of identity and personal histories through the exploration of mediums traditionally associated with domestic crafts. A “happa” [1/2 Japanese, 1/2 Caucasian] she feels as though hybridization is consistently at play in her work. She received her BA from UC Berkeley and her MFA from Mills College, and has exhibited her work in national and international venues. She had a monograph of her artwork published by MIEL press in 2013, is the author of Knot Thread Stitch – exploring creativity through embroidery and mixed media [Quarry 2012], and is illustrating 20 ways to draw a chair [Quarry] which will be released in 2015. She has been an artist in residence at the Ulrich Museum of Art and the Oakland Museum, and will be a resident at Kala Art Institute in 2015. In addition to her professional art career, she has had several crafty businesses. The latest is MODify/d in which she and a partner re-purpose and upcycle garments and fabric directly from industry partners to create cute and functional objects for people, their kids, their homes and their pets. Lisa shares a home with her husband, her young daughter, a pitbull, a deaf french bulldog, a stumpy tail cat and 2 three-legged kitties, and many many spools of thread. She has a lovely garden, is obsessed with polaroids, and has a kick-ass studio in her backyard that she marvels daily is hers.

Meg van der Kruik

Meg van der Kruik is the blogger, photographer, and recipe developer behind Beard & Bonnet, a gluten-free vegetarian blog that celebrates food and family. Meg has been cooking vegetarian dishes for over 7 years, but it wasn’t until her son was born with a gluten intolerance that she delved into the world of gluten-free cooking. Meg’s goal is to show others that gluten-free, vegetarian living can be easy, fulfilling, and delicious! Meg’s recipes have been published in Southern Living and Go Gluten Free Magazine. Along with her husband, she’s also one half of the duo behind the award-winning eco-design studio Union Eighteen, whose recycled rugs have garnered international acclaim.

Megan Auman

Megan Auman is a designer, maker, educator, and entrepreneur who has built a multi-faceted business around her passion for great design and sustainable business. Her eponymous jewelry line is sold in stores across the US and online. In 2013, Megan expanded her products to a range of textiles based on her original paintings. Her designs have been featured in Design Sponge, Better Homes and Gardens, Cooking Light, and more. In 2009, Megan founded Designing an MBA to help designers and makers develop their business skills. Since then, she has created a number of successful e-courses, including Marketing for Makers, Wholesale Academy, and Do/Teach. She is a frequent speaker on pricing, wholesale, and business thinking for creatives.

nicole stevenson

Nicole's path includes time as a creative writing graduate student in San Francisco, street artist on the Venice Beach boardwalk, costume designer, Hollywood flea market art vendor, DIY workshop instructor, co-founder of a non-profit that produced art shows benefiting charities, owner and designer of Random Nicole an art-inspired clothing line carried at over 250 locations and owner of craft workshop studio and retail store: The Craft Kitchen. These days, Nicole can be found creating illustrations and designs for Show and Tell Design Studio, co-producing Patchwork Show: Modern Creative Festival and Craftcation: Creative Business and Makers Conference and writing about business, making and her adventures for the blog Dear Handmade Life. Nicole and her ventures have been featured in The Wall Street Journal,, The Los Angeles Times, Apartment Therapy, NPR, Riviera Magazine, Daily Candy, PaperCrafts Magazine, The OC Weekly and others. When she’s not working, you may find her breaking up scuffles between her dog and three chickens, couch crafting while watching a film she’s seen too many times to count, playing guitar with her husband, sitting in her backyard with good friends and a margarita while playing Cards vs. Humanity or squeezing in time for a quick trip to a lovely place where people are scarce and trees are not.

Rachel Mae Smith

Rachel Mae Smith lives in Portland, OR. She loves do-able diys and strives to make crafting easy and fun over on her blog The Crafted Life. When she’s not pinning pictures, or brushing glitter out of her hair, you can find her exploring and photographing the Pacific Northwest.

radmegan (megan andersen)

A regular craft blogger for, (Rad)Megan has video workshops on and covering various craft and photography techniques. She is a craft & photography instructor and writer, who has been featured on TV's KTLA Morning News, The Doctors (CBS), TLC's Craft Wars, and has had work featured in BUST Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Kids Crafts 123, Buzzfeed, Huffington Post, MAKE and Apartment Therapy. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her loving husband, sweet baby and 500+ carnivorous plants she raised by hand.

Robert Mahar

Robert Mahar is a creative professional who teaches imaginative do-it-yourself projects through high-quality video tutorials on, and in-person workshops. He is the host of his own YouTube channel, Crafted, and one of the reoccurring marquee talent on the YouTube channel Kin Community. The crafty content he develops and presents on camera is often rooted in nostalgia, and his talent for reinventing old-school crafts with a decidedly modern twist has gained him a loyal following. A skilled web video producer and production designer specializing in lifestyle content, Robert has a knack for breaking down complicated content and presenting it in easy to understand, lovely to look at, bite-sized pieces that audiences embrace. Robert first became known in the world of craft and design as the proprietor of Mahar Drygoods (2005 – 2010), an online emporium of vintage and artisan crafted curiosities for children. He curated this online collaboration of more than 50 artists, designers and craftspeople to create the imaginative and unexpected. Never mass-produced, all Mahar Drygoods items were handmade in the homes and studios of their creators with an emphasis on recycled and sustainable materials whenever possible. Mahar Drygoods was repeatedly featured in such media outlets as: Parents Magazine, Real Simple Magazine, The Martha Stewart Show, The Los Angeles Times, design*sponge blog, Cookie Magazine, Parenting Magazine, Lucky Magazine, Decor8 blog, and the Apartment Therapy blog. A Midwesterner at heart, Robert has called Los Angeles home for more than 20 years. With an education in studio arts and art history, he has worked in a variety of creative fields including 13 years as an appraiser of modern and contemporary art. Robert now spends his days gratefully juggling a wide variety of creative projects, obsessing over vintage craft books and scheming ways to make it big as a doughnut connoisseur. Web | YouTube | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

Rosalie Gale

Rosalie Gale is a waterproof Shower Art maker, ex-stand-up comedian and blogger who is currently obsessed with German board games and free motion embroidery. She created and maintains Unanimous Craft - a directory of resources for Indie Business and EtsySaver - a site where Etsy sellers can submit coupons and Etsy shoppers can search for deals. In her spare time, she opened a brick and mortar retail shop in the Pike Place Market called Ugly Baby and La Ru.

Tara Swiger

Tara Swiger is a maker, author and Starship Captain. The author of Market Yourself, a system for marketing your small business, she spends her days leading creatives (artists, authors and designers) on explorations into their people, their sparkle, and their dream businesses. She began her own entrepreneurial journey as a yarn-maker, quit her day job, opened a yarn shop, and then got obsessed with helping others create their own ideal crafty business. Join the adventure at and get a free course on becoming an Explorer here:

Tiffany Han

Tiffany Han, CPCC received her training as a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach from the prestigious Coaches Training Institute. With a degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a background in non-profit fundraising and outreach, Tiffany brings an abundant array of academic, professional and personal experiences to her life and business coaching practice. Tiffany lives with her husband, Tim, and their twin daughters in the Bay Area. She is deeply, profoundly glad that this abysmally dull bio is now officially OVER. I mean, seriously.

Note: schedule, workshops and presenters are subject to change.