Potters Council Members Receive a 20% Discount on their Favorites
Potters Council is committed to the education of ceramic artists, whether it is at a conference, or through a book, magazine or DVD. One of our most popular benefits of membership is the 20% discount offered on 44 books, 53 DVDs, and the top two ceramic art magazines Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated.
Experience ceramics on the Emerald Isle!
Potters Council is excited to be going to Ireland for the first time. Our inaugural trip to Ireland will prove that travel here will provide a source of inspiration for visual artists. The itinerary for this trip is designed to provide visual stimulation as a valuable teaching and learning tool for those interested in ceramics. This visual inspiration will be drawn upon when we reach the contemporary ceramic studios, where you’ll enjoy four and half days in the studio learning from Darren Cassidy, Robert Lee, Sara Roberts, Julian Smith, and Adrian Wistreich. SOLD OUT!
Learn How-To Layer the Ceramic Surface with Varying Techniques! Join us as we team-up with Georgies Ceramic and Clay Company during this three-day conference with our featured presenters: Andrew Gilliatt, Patrick Horsley, Angelica Pozo, and Lana Wilson. Each presenter will show their own unique techniques on layering the ceramic surface. Sign up today to reserve your place at this exciting conference!
Members are encouraged to submit up to two entries for the yearly calendars. We compile between 4 to 6 calendars each year, and we are currently taking our call for entries for the 2015 calendars now until September 2, 2014. Be sure to check out the calendars from 2014, we are sure you will be impressed and inspired by them! Join Potters Council and enter your work next year!
In this one-day workshop at AMACO/brent on August 2, Julia Galloway and Sean O’Connell will focus on making and decorating functional ceramics. Each will incorporate a variety of decorating-techniques, as well as cover their own explorations in the relationship between surface and form. Both presenters have strong mark-making with their ceramic surfaces, and each will explain the thought-process of how their compositions are made on clay. Join us for this very fun one-day workshop!
NEW MEMBER BENEFIT! What do cutting edge materials research and the investigation of ancient ceramic pots have in common? More than you might think, and the connections are the basis of a “new” membership division of The American Ceramic Society