At Potters Council we know how important it is to have affordable health insurance coverage. We also realize that health insurance is a complex financial tool that requires sound advice. DID YOU KNOW… that Potters Council offers health insurance for Artists? With its multiple plans and an extensive network of national providers (over 750,000), it is one of the most comprehensive health insurance programs available.
MEMBERS ONLY EXCLUSIVE NEWSLETTER
This issue of the Potters’ Pages highlights the 2013 Potters Council Juried show, awards given at the K-12 show, and introduction of new Advisory Board members.
Deadline to submit for the next issue is May 29, 2013.
We are always looking for ways to help our members save money. We know that many of you travel often to conferences and workshops and renting a car is sometimes necessary. To help reduce your travel expenses we offer discount rental program with ALAMO and AVIS.
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.
See the Winning Entries
We are pleased to announce the winners for our fourth annual members juried competition. The exhibition will be concurrently shown during National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Conference in Houston 2013, and will showcase the quality work made by the members of the Potters Council, an international organization with members all over the world.
In the March issue of the Potters’ Pages be sure to check out the article “Mentoring Conversations” on page 4. Diana Pancioli and Ann Kenworthy give us a glimpse of what they are discussing during their mentoring process.
Education in any field is important…. and education comes in many forms. One of them is the reading material we choose to pursue (or get assigned to read by pesky professors).
- John Baymore, Potters Council Board President