Like we said before, one of the best things about the Brainery is seeing the stuff that comes out of your experiences in our classes.
And since we like showing that off, we can't fail to call attention to what are by far the best notes from Living Philosophy that will ever exist. They're so good that Ryan swears he's using them to prep for teaching. Session 1, Session 2, Session 3.
We're also continuously beyond flattered that any and all of our wickedly talented teachers want to hang out with us and share their expertise. Some links that prove how awesome they are, below.
* An interview with Carmen Artigas, who recently taught Fashion Anthropology through Shoes. I also can't forget to plug Carmen's line of tote bags (and other stuff), Viva La Vida, which are super lovely and colorful and pretty guaranteed to make you happy.
* If you're into New York City history, Ben Feldman's blog will keep you entertained forever (because he knows everything, seriously). This recent NYTimes piece on Ben is a good introduction to his blend of storytelling and history.
* Julianne Zaleta made some ridiculously delicious infused cocktails for our Cocktail Alchemy class last week, and you can check her blog for all the details on how to infuse your own vodka.
* And last but not least! Kaye's sandal making tutorial on Etsy, based on her class.
This ain't even the half of it, more soon!