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Potters Council Mentoring Program

Posted On May 12, 2014 5 Comments

MEMBERS ONLY BENEFIT
Potters Council organization includes artists at many different levels of expertise, ranging from student, to recreational, to professional ceramic artist. This wide range of expertise will provide a great mix of mentors and mentees. This membership benefit truly embodies Potters Council’s purpose of providing educational opportunity for our members. We encourage all members to participate as a mentor or mentee. Read more…

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Credit Card Processing

Posted On May 9, 2014 0 Comments
DID YOU KNOW… that Potters Council provides members with reliable and affordable credit card processing services? Potters Council members benefit from:   No Monthly Minimum Competitive MasterCard and Visa credit and debit rates No application or enrollment fees And more…   not a member? join today     How do I Sign Up for Chase… Read More »
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Potters Council Question of the Week

Posted On May 7, 2014 0 Comments
Our question of the week is about having a fun, creative way on our Potters Council forum to laugh, share, and interact. We will be posting a “Question of the Week” every week for you to answer, give an opinion, or maybe laugh a little. The questions will range from the serious to playful. The Question of the… Read More »
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Social Media

Posted On May 2, 2014 0 Comments

As those of us who are working potters well know, the craft of pottery can be a very solitary form of creative expression. It’s tremendously easy to get lost in the world of clay and often times it’s difficult to know how to plug into our communities or the world at large. Lyndsay Meiklem, Potters Council Board Member, shares her experiences with social media in five article series published in Potters’ Pages.

No doubt Social Media has changed the way we do business, and let Lyndsay share her experiences with you. She will encourage you to try something new with social media.

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Social Media: Plug into Pinterest

Posted On May 2, 2014 0 Comments

As those of us who are working potters well know, the craft of pottery can be a very solitary form of creative expression. It’s tremendously easy to get lost in the world of clay and often times it’s difficult to know how to plug into our communities or the world at large. Lyndsay Meiklem, Potters Council Board Member, shares her experiences with social media in five article series published in Potters’ Pages.

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Social Media: Look into LinkedIn

Posted On May 2, 2014 0 Comments

As those of us who are working potters well know, the craft of pottery can be a very solitary form of creative expression. It’s tremendously easy to get lost in the world of clay and often times it’s difficult to know how to plug into our communities or the world at large. Lyndsay Meiklem, Potters Council Board Member, shares her experiences with social media in five article series published in Potters’ Pages.

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Social Media: Tap into Twitter

Posted On May 2, 2014 0 Comments

As those of us who are working potters well know, the craft of pottery can be a very solitary form of creative expression. It’s tremendously easy to get lost in the world of clay and often times it’s difficult to know how to plug into our communities or the world at large. Lyndsay Meiklem, Potters Council Board Member, shares her experiences with social media in five article series published in Potters’ Pages.

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Social Media: Inspire with Instagram

Posted On May 2, 2014 0 Comments

As those of us who are working potters well know, the craft of pottery can be a very solitary form of creative expression. It’s tremendously easy to get lost in the world of clay and often times it’s difficult to know how to plug into our communities or the world at large. Lyndsay Meiklem, Potters Council Board Member, shares her experiences with social media in five article series published in Potters’ Pages.

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Social Media: Focus on Facebook

Posted On May 2, 2014 0 Comments

As those of us who are working potters well know, the craft of pottery can be a very solitary form of creative expression. It’s tremendously easy to get lost in the world of clay and often times it’s difficult to know how to plug into our communities or the world at large. Lyndsay Meiklem, Potters Council Board Member, shares her experiences with social media in five article series published in Potters’ Pages.

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Posted On April 28, 2014 2 Comments

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