In the May issue of Potters’ Pages we highlight the Potters Council awards earned by the young artists in the K12 Juried Exhibition held in conjunction with the NCECA conference. It was enjoyable to see the students work and show our appreciation to their teachers for making it possible. Check out the pictures and article in the May Issue.
10 Great Tips & Techniques from the Masters, Volume III. This DVD features the following artists: Linda Arbuckle, Curt Benzle, Guy Michaels Davis, Erin Furimsky, Mark Peters, Angelica Pozo, Amy Sanders, Deb Schwartzkopf, Stephani Stephenson and Tom Lucas Join Today or Renew Your Membership | This EXCLUSIVE OFFER ends APRIL 30, 2012
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.
Immerse yourself in a weekend full of discovering surface techniques that start with building the form and continue right through to the firing process. If you’re in need of a creative jump start, then this is the conference for you. Spend three hours with each of the presenters, Andrew Gilliatt, Sarah Jaeger, Lisa Orr, and Mark Peters.
Have circumstances, finances, or health issues forced you to change the way you work? How did you respond to the challenge?
There have recently been a few discussions here on the Forums about injuries and illnesses and such. The economic situation in most of the world has impacted many of us. Some of us have experiened catastrophes and disasters like hurricanes, tornados, and earthquakes. Some have lost loved ones or gone through divorces. Some have had homes or studios (or both) burn down. Let’s look at how these kinds of things have affected us, and rather than focus on the negatives……. discuss how we have (or how we might have) dealt with the challenges. – John Baymore – President Potters Council 2012
Potters are great innovators, inventors and and problem solvers. It’s what happens when you have to deal with clay, machinery, computers and fire … you sometimes have to just sit down and think your way out of or into a situation. – Chris Campbell – Past President Potters Council 2011