Experience an All Inclusive Learning Vacation in Santa Fe with Art & Cuisine Adventures

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Art & Cuisine Adventures announces Winter of Enchantment workshops in Santa Fe, New Mexico during February 2012. This all inclusive learning vacation will include classes in creative writing and stained glass.

Art & Cuisine Adventures is excited to announce their first all inclusive learning vacation for 2012. Winter of Enchantment will focus on the thriving art community in Santa Fe with workshops in creative writing and stained glass.

“Debbi Brody, nationally recognized writer and teacher, will team with our resident artist, Jane Shoenfeld to teach a unique workshop that combines painting with writing, “ said George Page, President of Art & Cuisine Adventures. “ No experience is needed to join in the fun and creativity.”

Art & Cuisine Adventures is working with Erik Whittemore and Bullseye Glass in Santa Fe for the stained glass experience. Using a new process largely developed by Bullseye Glass, students will learn how to Paint With Glass. “We are so excited about these classes in stained glass,” states Nancy Strong, Secretary for Art & Cuisine Adventures. “Even if you have never worked with this medium, these workshops are going to be an inspiration.”

Known for it’s warm hospitality, the beautiful La Fonda on the Plaza will be the headquarters for this four (4) night, three (3) day all inclusive learning vacation which will begin with a special dinner on Wednesday evening, February 22nd.. Classes will be February 23 – 25th with a grand finale dinner the evening of the 25th.

More information can be obtained on our website at http://www.ArtAndCuisineAdventures.com

Art & Cuisine Adventures, Inc. is the brainchild of George Page, Nancy Strong and Andi Durbin who want to share their love of learning, adventure and the arts with others. Their goal is to make this experience so memorable that their guests will return again and again.



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